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Lifting spirits, elevator becoming reality

Isn't it nice when a plan comes together? No doubt a feeling of a job well done is presently pending for members of Carlyle's Memorial Hall board, after a three or more year quest to ease access to the hall's theatre for those with mobility issues is
Weekly RCMP report

Weekly RCMP report

The weekly RCMP report is prepared with the assistance of the Carlyle RCMP. Issues involving the Mental Health Act, among others, are not reported. The report this week covers the period of Jan. 21, 2011, to Jan. 27, 2011.

Communities do need a long-term plan

A couple questions from municipal leaders from across the country hit me as especially pertinent to the problems facing rural Saskatchewan communities today.
Paige Lawrence and Rudi Swiegers take third at nationals

Paige Lawrence and Rudi Swiegers take third at nationals

Paige Lawrence and Rudi Swiegers have something to smile about these days.

Gordon F. Kells Cougar Corner

The 2 new virtual signs have arrived. These signs will not only act as a beacon for students to find their way to school, but they will also keep students informed about upcoming school events and dates.

Moose Mountain Ag Day on the way

The annual Moose Mountain Ag Day will be back in the area soon, with another wonderful line-up of speakers and trade representatives.

Pee Wee Cougar lines played great hockey in Lampman

The Carlyle Pee Wee Cougars played a league game in Lampman on Tuesday, January 18. It was a great evening for hockey. There was even music between whistles that made the players feel like NHLers and the moms feel like dancing.

United or divided?

The other day, while scanning the internet for some information, I happened upon a website which was advocating for the political union between the United States of American, and Canada.

Carlyle council considers spring flood planning

Carlyle town council has expressed some concern about the potential for flooding within the municipality come spring thaw, and is considering ways to mitigate the potential damage this would cause to infrastructure.
Dan D'Autremont speaks about successes of 2010

Dan D'Autremont speaks about successes of 2010

The provincial constituency of Cannington has, like many other regions of Saskatchewan, see unprecedented growth over the past few years. Not surprisingly, there can be occasional growth-pains, as well as successes.
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