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Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

It's hard to believe that we've already been in school for 2 months. It must be because the students have been so busy. Last week the rookie boys played two teams. They hosted Arcola on Wednesday.

RCMP seize drugs near Forget

On October 15th, 2010 at approximately 11:00 a.m., members of the Carlyle RCMP conducted a traffic stop on Highway #13 near Forget (7miles east of Stoughton).

Derby girls organize 1st annual Zombie walk

Zombies are hungry and so are millions of people around the world. Hunger is not just a problem in third world countries. It's a problem right here at home.
Local woman knits sweaters for those in need

Local woman knits sweaters for those in need

Doris Silcox has had a long life. Now 98-years-old, Silcox has lived through the first and second world wars, the Great Depression, the civil rights movement, the Cold War, and many other events which have shaped our country.

Feds need to stand up for Sask. on potash file

What's apparent is that the Saskatchewan Party government needs help from their federal government counterparts right now on the potash file. What's not necessarily apparent is whether Ottawa will provide that help.

Pause for Reflection: Mother Teresa helps us answer the question: why are you here?

Did you know: Atheism is a non-prophet organization? And: There is nothing to fear but fear itselfand Chuck Norris. Elijah, one of my favorite prophets got scared once, and it was before Chuck Norris's time. He fled into the wilderness.

Remembering Mom

This past week I flew halfway across the country for a family wedding. And of course, while I was there, I went up for a visit with my Mom. Well, I went to sit with her for a while.
Carlyle embarks on lagoon clean-up

Carlyle embarks on lagoon clean-up

Work is now underway on clearing space in Carlyle's sewage-waste lagoon following findings that the facility was reaching capacity.

Musical memories a highlight of 'We'll Meet Again'

The Cornerstone players hit a homerun yet again with their wonderful and spirited performance of 'We'll Meet Again.
Stoughton hosts SSEER development event

Stoughton hosts SSEER development event

The Saskatchewan South East Enterprise Region (SSEER) held its quarterly economic development forum in Stoughton recently, bringing some interesting topics and perspectives to community leaders and economic development officers.
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