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Christmas controversy

Christmas controversy

Controversy has surrounded the Christmas season for many years as society becomes more multi-culturally sensitive and religiously diversified.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

Last week, G.F. Kells students participated in a variety of activities to help raise money for cancer research. A brave and compassionate G.F. Kells student, Lee-Amber Laderoute, organized these events as a way of celebrating her birthday.

Dickens Village Festival is here!

The 9th annual Dickens Village Festival is finally here! The town has been done up in mid-Victorian era splendour and everyone is ready for the weekend of fun and festivities begin.

I'm dreaming of Christmas

Christmas dreams, the stuff of childhood excitement and adult stress.

Rider Insider

Finally! This topsy, turvy, rollercoaster of a 2011 Canadian Football League season came to a conclusion Sunday in Vancouver with a thriller of a Grey Cup. The B.C.

Budget reveals interesting farming stat

Sometimes even uneventful news events reveal something eventful.

From the Carlyle Lions Den

Because of the election and the Happy Gang being the site of the advanced poll, we held our first meeting at the conference room at 8 Words Cafe with the added attraction of coffee and dessert.

Arcola senior boys volleyball team take in provincials

The Arcola Senior Boys volleyball team, led by coach Eugene Brown, took gold at the 2A Boys Regional Volleyball Championships Nov. 19. Six schools competed at the South Regional Championship, which was hosted by the Arcola School.

From Where I Sit

Be a filler, not a dipper
'Grassroots & Cowboy Boots' tour set to take to the stage in Carlyle

'Grassroots & Cowboy Boots' tour set to take to the stage in Carlyle

Blake Berglund, Chris Henderson, Jess Moskaluke are set to take to the stage at the Carlyle Theatre on Dec. 5, as part of their 'Grassroots & Cowboy Boots' tour which has them playing at a number of venues throughout the prairies.