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Weekly RCMP report

Weekly RCMP report

Calls for Feb. 3 began with a concerned call about a rollover near the community of Parkman. A 27-year-old male from Innisvale, AB, stopped in to make a statement regarding the rollover. The information was taken for insurance purposes.
Carlyle man wins big!

Carlyle man wins big!

At 9:25 pm on Jan. 31/2012 the "Smoke Signals" progressive jackpot that is linked to all SIGA run casinos was won at the "Bear Claw Casino & Hotel". The lucky winner was Joey Humphries of Carlyle in the amount of $ 332, 509.

Farming similar to small businesses

While agriculture still manages to maintain its own identify in the world of politics, increasingly farming is simply a different form of business.
Nobel Well Services committed to the area

Nobel Well Services committed to the area

The reality of the rapid growth the Southeast has seen over the past many years is that people, and businesses, come and go.

Novice Cougars 3-1 on the weekend

This past weekend the novice cougars hosted 8 teams for their tournament, they started the weekend out strong playing Montmarte first thing Saturday morning.
Manor students make a home in wrestling

Manor students make a home in wrestling

Manor School is taking the wrestling world by surprise as its wrestling program produces some talent that is leaving the competition shaking in their boots.

Four senior men's teams off to provincials

Months, weeks, days and hours of preparation at the Carlyle Curling Club had been finalized and the Southern Senior Men's Playdowns, February 9 - 12, 2012, were ready to begin.

Reading the book

This afternoon I watched a television program that summarized the elimination votes in CBC Radio's annual "Canada Reads" competition.
Surviving the cold, cadet style

Surviving the cold, cadet style

Winter can create some beautiful scenery, especially in the foothills of the Moose Mountains. However, appreciating the scenery from the window of a car, home, or during a short winter-activity outing is one thing.

We've gotta live calf! Now what?

Last week's article discussed calvings, and some of the difficulties surrounding them. Once you have struggled through getting that live calf on the ground, there are some things that can be done to encourage its survival.