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A big catch means big prize money at Alameda Fish Derby

A big catch means big prize money at Alameda Fish Derby

Alameda Fish Derby saw almost 290 participants register for their 15th annual event held on June 25 at Moose Creek Regional Park.

Learning from Alice

It was one of those rare events where nothing prevented me from accepting an invitation to an out-of -town family celebration.
RCMP report

RCMP report

The Carlyle detachment handled 66 calls last week. Two of them related to stolen vehicles, and as they have not been found yet, police would appreciate members of the public keeping an eye open for them.

Boogie Fest a hit once again

Motorcycles and bike enthusiasts took over Carlyle on June 24 and 25. With more than 580 people in attendance, the streets were full, Lions Park was busy, fun was had by all and last year's attendance record was surpassed.
Best Fly-in ever

Best Fly-in ever

They came from far and near - a Diamond Star from Alberta, a Cessna 206 from Manitoba, a Piper Comanche from the USA, and aircraft old and new from across Saskatchewan.

Free fishing July 10

July 9-10 is Saskatchewan's family fishing weekend, which means people can go out all over the province and fish without a licence. The Moose Mountain Wildlife Federation is going to help people get out to fish on July 10. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Managing strikes

A strike by insurance workers with the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation has brought up an interesting question in the province.
From Where I Sit

From Where I Sit

"The Voice" attempts to remove perception biases
Hero to his classmates

Hero to his classmates

One thing about James Noble, age 18, is that he's not shy about coming forward.

The View - Sun Country Health Region

Two issues have captured a great deal of time and attention in Sun Country Health Region this year. - Water, far too much of it for our needs, has been an ongoing issue for over two months.