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Academic success leads Arcola man on international path

Academic success leads Arcola man on international path

Arcola-born Kyle Gentes has had a rather travelled life over the past few years.

Carlyle Community School

Time is precious! Over the past year I have been very fortunate to stay home with my daughter Mya, who is now 1 and son Ty. The year went by quickly but I am happy to be back with the kids and staff at CES.

What fog can never do

The thing I remember most from our years spent in Sointula was the fog. Few days were untouched by it. Sometimes I knew, even before I opened my eyes, that it had rolled in.

Sask. Party winning health care battle

It's easy to pinpoint the exact time when the NDP lost the health issue in rural Saskatchewan. It was Mar. 18, 1993, the day of the infamous provincial budget that closed 52 rural hospitals.

Alzheimer Society provides First Link to communities

Discovering you or a loved one has Alzheimer's disease or related dementia is tough. Denial, anger, and fear may all be present at once. With so many unanswered questions, you may not know where to turn.

Celebrating 100 years of service

Dear Editor: In 2013, the Historic Saskatchewan Hospital, North Battleford, will celebrate 100 years of service to the mentally ill.
Warriors of Wellness 
 - Envisioning a future with endless possibilities

Warriors of Wellness - Envisioning a future with endless possibilities

Did you know, one in four women in Saskatchewan is abused? Many of abusive situations begin with emotional abuse and eventually lead to physical abuse. Envision was born in order to avoid, or at least minimize, these potentially harmful situations.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

It is hard to believe that we are finished half of a school year already. On Monday, January 31, the students at G.F. Kells will be starting a new semester. For many of the students, this means new classes and a new timetable.

Wawota Flyers report

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SSEER housing initiative moving ahead

SSEER housing initiative moving ahead

The Saskatchewan South East Enterprise Region (SSEER) held a meeting in Carlyle on Tuesday, Jan. 18, to further assist communities in advancing municipal housing initiatives.
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