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Carlyle United Church holds Blue Christmas service

Carlyle United Church will be hosting a 'Blue Christmas' service at the church again this year. The service, which is held to support those who find themselves grieving for whatever reason, is delivered as a non-denomination service.

Bantam Cougars eager to get season underway

Hockey season is upon us once again. The Carlyle Bantam team is ready and excited to start the season with good times and good hockey. Taking on the coaching roles this year are Fritz Sauter and Clarke Lemieux.

As I See It

I remember my arrival and first day in Carlyle quite clearly, though that isn't particularly surprising, as seeing it was only just over two years ago now.

Carlyle Community School

Submitted by Kristen Mitchell, Community School Co-ordinator Reminder that next Monday November 29th is the make-up "Whats Cookin" program for the grade 4-6 students. This program will run from 3:15-4:30.


We had a friend call us the other day. She's coming to town with her kids and she wants to know if they can stay at our place for a couple of days. We put her into a stall pattern. We don't quite know how to deal with this. See, it's not our friend.
Crop of whiskers sprouting for Movember

Crop of whiskers sprouting for Movember

A new crop has been sprouting over this month, and formerly clean fields can now be seen bewhiskered as numerous folks take part in a growing international trend, Movember.
Laich's kindness wins him "Sportsman of the Year" nomination

Laich's kindness wins him "Sportsman of the Year" nomination

The inherit kindness of a home-grown Saskatchewan guy has garnered Wawota native, Brooks Laich, a nomination for the Sports Illustrated "Sportsman of the Year" award. "I don't how to take it really," said Laich.

Carlyle Pee Wee Cougars finish second in their home tourney

The Pee Wee Cougars had their home tournament last weekend. At the rink was a good place to be with the weather being so cold outside. Teams from Kipling, Lampman, Estevan, and Stoughton attended.

Contradictory wisdom

Some words just seem to roll deliciously around the tongue while others, more guttural in sound and pronunciation, seem harsher in meaning and more deliberate in their elocution. Take, for example, the word "oxymoron".
Trooper the owl visits Stoughton Library

Trooper the owl visits Stoughton Library

A larger than usual crowd came out to the Stoughton library the evening of Monday Nov. 15th. for a most interesting presentation.
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