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Carlyle Observer

Out and About: Shift of change

The Canadian government officially placed Bisphenol A (BPA) on the country's toxic substance list.

Carlyle & District history book in the works

This will include the surrounding RM's, Kenosee and White Bear.

Rider Insider: Plenty of work ahead for the Riders

"They had over 200 yards rushing? That's ridiculous." - Roughriders defensive lineman Marcus Adams. Yes, they did. The Calgary Stampeders came into Regina Sunday afternoon with a clear-cut game plan; rush the ball.

Carlyle Community School: Missoula Theatre is back

Story:This week our annual Missoula Children's Theatre is running. The performance will be held on Friday evening at 7:00pm in the C.E.S. gymnasium. Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for 12 years and under, and free for those who are 3 years and younger.

Nuggets of truth in a peanut

I recently began work on a challenge after I and the others in a writing group were assigned the following words: peanut, exhaustion, pelted, and pensive and instructed to incorporate them into a final product that makes sense.

Moose Mountain Pottery to host musical concert and kiln opening

Artistic flair is a wonderful thing, and one that the Moose Mountain region seems blessed with. Music, art, and literature all have practitioners in the area, many of whom have received accolades for the quality of their work.

Stoughton School - Bulldogs B.A.R.K.

October 17 - 23 is Education Week and the theme is Valuing Diversity. The Book Fair is on this week at Stoughton Central. The classes have toured through the displays, and interest is high.

Rider Insider: Riders suffer 1st home loss of season

Welcome to "Down Week". Or perhaps "Caught-With-Our-Pants-Down Week".

Chucks a-plenty promised by Puck n' Funny

Returning to Stoughton for their second year, the travelling comedy troupe of Puck n' Funny is coming back to town to bring some irreverent mirth.
Energy efficiency the goal of SaskEnergy winterizing initiative

Energy efficiency the goal of SaskEnergy winterizing initiative

While energy process are still low relative to the costs seen through 2007 and into mid-2008, a cold winter is still an expensive experience for people in older, less energy efficient households.
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