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Local miracle baby named poster-child

Local miracle baby named poster-child

Regina radio station Z99 has recently named a local family as their official poster family for their upcoming Radiothon.

Police respond to variety of complaints over past week

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of November 7 to 14: During the reporting period, police dealt with 110 calls for service. Many of the calls were alcohol related and several disturbances and motor vehicle accidents were attended.
City approves $1.34m for fire truck

City approves $1.34m for fire truck

The City of Estevan is making a huge investment in the safety of its residents and fire department. The members of council approved the purchase of a $1.34 million fire truck that will include a T-Rex articulating platform.
Carlyle in the 30's

Carlyle in the 30's

The Happy Gang recently released a video featuring eighteen residents of Carlyle who were interviewed about their recollections from the 1930's.
Finding the gnome gets you $100

Finding the gnome gets you $100

Come out, come out, wherever you are! The Observer and participating Carlyle businesses are offering you the chance to snag yourself $100 in Carlyle Christmas cash to be spent at local businesses.
Weekly RCMP Report

Weekly RCMP Report

The weekly report is prepared with the assistance of the Carlyle RCMP. Issues involving the Mental Health Act, among others, are not reported. The report of this week covers the period of Nov. 5 to 11.

Youth pay tribute to those who fought for the country

Students and staff from Gordon F. Kells High School and Carlyle Elementary School gathered to pay tribute to those who fought for this country. The service, which was organized by high school teacher Mrs. Biberdorf, was led by the students of G.F.K.
Young girl ready to shave head for cancer

Young girl ready to shave head for cancer

Some youth think of others before themselves. Lee-Amber Laderoute is one of those youth. The 12-year-old young girl has been busy organizing a number of fundraisers to be held at Gordon F. Kells School on behalf of the Canadian Cancer Society.

Highway 1 designated "Saskatchewan's Highway of Heroes"

Highway 1 between Moose Jaw and Regina has been named "Saskatchewan's Highway of Heroes" as a permanent tribute to Canadian Forces personnel from Saskatchewan who have lost their lives in service to our country.
A day of remembrance

A day of remembrance

Remembrance Day is a memorial day that has been commemorated in commonwealth countries since the official end of the First World War in 1918 to remember those in the armed forces who gave their lives in the line of duty.
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