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Estevan-area roller derby recruitment day Feb. 6

Estevan-area roller derby recruitment day Feb. 6

Mark Feb. 6 on your calendar ladies, it's the Hillbilly Hurt's "Fresh Meat" recruitment day.
Eight Words Café holds grand opening

Eight Words Café holds grand opening

One of the newest businesses in Carlyle, the Eight Words Café on Main Street, held a grand opening which spanned for an evening and the following morning recently.

Prairie land has its advantages

On a recent television program there was a report on inter-generational transfer of farmland. It is an issue which has gotten some attention in the media, but perhaps less than it deserves, depending on what future someone has for the farm sector.

Dear Editor

Dear Editor; I would like to make some comments on the new municipal water well (SW 17-5-3-W2) that the RM of Moose Creek constructed this last year.

Carlyle Community School

After school Programs started up this week, on Monday we had the grades 2-3 cooking up a storm with Mrs. Beatty the kids made fruit pizza & cheese critters. Thank you to our parent helpers Karen Fischer and Alicia Jones.

The devil wears a power ranger t-shirt

I'm convinced the devil disguised himself as a four-year-old child. The devil wears a grey power ranger t-shirt with old ratty, worn heather grey sweat pants. The devil appears to come from a family with limited wealth. The devil is a chatterbox.

Dear Editor

I am concerned that the proposal to pave Provincial Highway #361 from number 9 to the R.M. of Browning is not a good use of the R.M of Moose Creek's $1.9 million in ratepayer's money or in-kind contributions for the following reasons: 1.

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.
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