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Carlyle Observer

New CEO for provincial recruitment speaks about the future

The provincial government has announced for the budget year of 2010/11 it will set up an organization to guide doctor recruitment and retention efforts in the province. Run by an appointed board, and funded this first year to the tune of $3.

Save our beds

The Wawota Save Our Beds committee would like to respond to issues raised in Mr. Jeff Laforet's letter to the editor in the World Spectator. Sun Country Regional Health Authority is absolutely and ultimately responsible for the Wawota bed closures.

You make me so mad!

A young girl writing a paper for school came to her father and asked, "Dad, what is the difference between anger and exasperation?" The father replied, "It is mostly a matter of degree. Let me show you what I mean.

Out and About, Time to butt out

I don't smoke. Never have. Never will. My parents never smoked either. I'm sure this had a lot to do with why I never picked up the habit when many of my friends were doing it in junior high and high school.
Stoughton takes a wack at cancer

Stoughton takes a wack at cancer

When Collene Verbeem asked the community of Stoughton to come out and at a 'wack' at cancer, the community responded in large numbers, bringing another successful year to the fundraising event.
Lampman Health Care Auxiliary donates to Telehealth

Lampman Health Care Auxiliary donates to Telehealth

A donation of $6,000 was presented to the Trust Fund of Lampman Health Care Center to go toward the Telehealth program.

As I See It

So the summer is over, if not on the calendar, then in the weather reports. After a summer of tornados, monster hail, floods, and all the other extreme weather, I am almost not sad to see the season go.

Provincial Politics Rurals should demand more efficient health system

With all due respect to those fighting health care battles in rural Saskatchewan, you probably have already lost the fight if you only are only staring your fight when the closure announcement is made.Of course, this mistake is understandable.
Mi-Lady Fashions closes after 20 years

Mi-Lady Fashions closes after 20 years

Judy Feduk closed up Mi-Lady Fashions for the last time Aug. 7. After 20 good years in the women's fashion business in Carlyle, she simply decided "it was time.
Drive for a Cure hits a hole-in-one

Drive for a Cure hits a hole-in-one

The links at Carlyle Golf Club was a sea of pink recently, and it wasn't spring blossoms that brought on the flood of colour.