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The Bulldog's B.A.R.K. - Stoughton Central School news

Progress has been slow on the gym floor, workers have prepared the subfloor and the hardwood has been stacked in the gym to dry to the required humidity levels. (6% if you are wondering) Sadly, the weather has not been cooperating... and so we wait..

Provincial Politics Business and politics clash in potash debate

There is one big difference between business and politics. Business has one clear a philosophy that clearly works well for business. In politics, however, it's never quite that clear-cut.

Thousands come out for annual Homespun

The annual Homespun Craft Show and Sale was held for its 24th time recently, bringing thousands out to take part in the wide variety of activities the event entails.

Sun Country prepares for flu season

Cooling temperatures have signaled the end of summer and beginning of, what is bound to be, a long winter season. As we well know by now, with winter comes flu season.

As I See It It's always worthwhile to ask questions

Thinking about the questions that can give you a headache is something I like to do in my free time.
Flower Focus celebrates one year of business

Flower Focus celebrates one year of business

Business can be a risky thing for retail entrepreneurs.
RCMP weekly report

RCMP weekly report

Story: The Carlyle RCMP detachment handled 57 calls from Sept. 12 to 19. Sept. 12 Emergency Services requested police members to attend to a suspected assault with a weapon in the area.
Willmar centennial celebration

Willmar centennial celebration

After months of planning for this special occasion it finally was a reality. On Friday, July 30th and Saturday, July 31st, 2010 we celebrated this little hamlet of four people's Centennial.

Introducing Prince Fury

I ran into a friend in the supermarket the other day. We talked for a while as her five year old daughter stayed glued tight to her leg.
Quilt show keeps them in stitches

Quilt show keeps them in stitches

The annual Quilt Show, held at Memorial Hall over the weekend of Homespun, proved to be as successful as always, a welcome additional stop on the itinerary of visitors and guests.