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Carlyle Observer

Moving forward too fast

Don't know about you but my head's still spinning with the news of the last few weeks' events. It began as I, and the world, watched with awe at the miraculous rescue of thirty-three miners from their underground cave in Chile.
Carlyle Public Library hosts visiting children's author

Carlyle Public Library hosts visiting children's author

For Marny Duncan Cary, it was a story told to her by her father that lit her imagination for her latest book, 'Who's that Man?' The author and singer, who has a body of both written work and music behind her, was in Carlyle recently to share her stor
Warriors of Wellness
- Healing through the hands and feet

Warriors of Wellness - Healing through the hands and feet

Dorothy Desautels has learned a lot about natural health over the years. She's seen it at work first hand and it is what led her to become a reflexologist.
Missoula returns to CES

Missoula returns to CES

The international children's theatre group, Missoula Children's Theatre, returned to Carlyle Elementary School for its fifth year, bringing along some fun and excitement for the children. Setting up shop on Monday, Oct.

Sun Country works with local physicians to address shortage

With Carlyle's physician, Dr. Cathy Meyer, in the hospital, Sun Country Health Region has been working diligently to ensure there are no disruptions in services to the area.
RCMP area update

RCMP area update

The Carlyle RCMP Detachment 62 calls from Oct. 17 to 24. Oct. 17 RCMP received a 911 call about a vehicle driving northbound on highway 9, 15 miles south of Carlyle. The vehicle was reportedly driving in an erratic manner.

Rider Insider - Riders ask province not to turn their backs on them

With two games left in the 2010 regular season, the Saskatchewan Roughriders have grabbed the nation's attention for all the wrong reasons.

Potash fight shows Wall's growth

The two big knocks against Brad Wall before and since becoming Saskatchewan Premier have been as follows: * He's too young, inexperienced and immature for the job, and; * He's too much of an old Grant Devine Progressive Conservative tied to its philo

Carlyle council receives update on infrastructure projects

The recent meeting of the Carlyle town council was visited by delegations from Bullee Consulting, the firm responsible for some recent infrastructure projects including the new water plant, and the Carlyle Detachment of the RCMP.
Mitchell achieves major goal in softball career

Mitchell achieves major goal in softball career

After many years of playing softball, Carlyle's Chenelle Mitchell accomplished a major goal this fall.