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Wawota welcome Sears National Kids Cancer Ride

Wawota welcome Sears National Kids Cancer Ride

Wawota was blessed with the opportunity to provide a haven and a meal for some brave cyclists taking part in the annual Sears National Kids Cancer Ride.

Carlyle Community School

There was a super turn out at our Annual Welcome Back Pancake Breakfast. We had approximately 300 people attend this year's breakfast. CES will be hosting "Reach for the Stars". "Reach for the Stars" is presented by Saskatchewan Express.

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: I am seeking information from your readership in order to complete my Masters degree at the University of Regina. The subject of my thesis is infant and maternal mortality in early 20th century Saskatchewan.

Rider Insider Uh oh

The Saskatchewan Roughriders kicked off the second half of the 2010 CFL season with a 31-2 blowout loss in Winnipeg on Sunday.What's so wrong with that? Plenty.

Out and About The "War on Drugs" intensifies

Heroin on the streets of Estevan. It's kind of scary to hear. Estevan Police Service arrested seven people in a trio of drug busts, involving mainly cocaine, in the city at the end of August.

RCMP weekly report

Story:The Carlyle RCMP detachment handled 37 calls from Sept. 5 to 13. Sept. 5 A 26-year-old male was charged with impaired driving on highway 9 near Carlyle.
World's most popular sport taught at special clinic

World's most popular sport taught at special clinic

While there is no argument to be made that hockey is the sport of choice in Canada, and CFL football the choice in Saskatchewan, the football-hockey style game that engages the largest number of people in the world is one that is sadly underrepresent
Homespun spinning around the corner

Homespun spinning around the corner

Celebrating nearly a quarter-century, the Homespun Craft Show and Sale is returning for its 24th year at the Carlyle Sports Arena on the weekend of Sept. 18-19.
RCMP weekly report

RCMP weekly report

Carlyle RCMP responded to a total of 56 calls in the week between Aug. 30 and Sept. 5. Aug. 30 reports began with a report of mischief and theft from the site of a business in Redvers.

NDP talk of rural in-roads a lot of hype

You get what Dwain Lingenfelter and the NDP are doing.