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Everything old is not necessarily new again

Back when I was growing up, if you got out an encyclopaedia and looked in Volume 6, EAS - ELK, you would find my Dad's picture under the entry for "Easy Mark".

Pause for Reflection

A man with a hang-over falls asleep during the Sunday homily. The priest says to his congregation, "All those wishing to have a place in heaven, please stand." Everyone stands up but the sleeping man.

Drive for a Cure scheduled for June 18

This year will be the ninth year of Drive for a Cure in Carlyle. The annual event is scheduled for June 18 with an anticipated 24 teams and 96 golfers expected to take over the Carlyle Golf Club.

Rough road ahead for Sask. Party

One might think that the Saskatchewan Party government would be pretty much immune from most criticism of its handling of key issues in rural life.

Local women eligible for national competitions

Speaking with provincial competitors Autumn Barta and Wendy Bax is enough to make anyone want to hit the gym. Hearing about their experiences and their successes is a real motivator.
The gift of life

The gift of life

Yesterday was a gorgeous day. The sun came out and we had blue sky over Wawota with temperatures up in the 20s.

GF Kells High School Cougar Corner

The end of the school year is approaching quickly and so is exam week. Exam Schedule - June 2011 Thursday, June 23, p.m.: Gr. 10: ELAB 10; Gr. 11: Math A30; Gr. 12: ELA. Friday, June 24, a.m.: Gr. 10: Math; Gr. 11: ELA; Gr. 12: History.

Memories of back seats past

Last Saturday night around 2 AM a stream of cars roared past my house. It was a line of cars in the dozens. I was baffled, at first, but then it occurred to me the movie must have just finished.

Link's puzzling rural quest

One of the more puzzling aspects of the provincial NDP's strategy has been its leader Dwain Lingenfelter's emphasis on rural Saskatchewan.
IMPACT hosts early childhood development evening

IMPACT hosts early childhood development evening

Carlyle Elementary School was home to a fun-filled evening for four-year-olds on June 2.
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