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From the Lions' Den

The Lions year runs from July 1st to June 31st but the Carlyle Club does not meet for the first two months because people are at their cottages, travelling, golfing, fishing, gardening or attending to any number of other pleasurable 'fun in the sun'

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

On Tuesday, October 25th, and Wednesday, October 26th, the Student Led Conferences (taking the place of Parent/Teacher Interviews) will be taking place from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at GFK School.
Weekly RCMP report

Weekly RCMP report

Carlyle RCMP received 45 calls between Sept. 23 and 29. Incidents are published in the order in which they appear in police files. -Arcola hospital requested the RCMP to locate a relative of two patients.

Election campaign will heat up starting October 10

Premier Brad Wall announced that he will visit the Lieutenant-Governor on October 10 to ask him to dissolve the Legislature and issue the writ of election, officially starting the campaign for the November 7 provincial election.
Familyl fun at Arcola school

Familyl fun at Arcola school

Even before the start of the first "Family Fun Night" at Arcola School, on Sept. 29, it was obvious that some of the students had already been enjoying themselves with the project.

Flu Clinics start October 11

The Government of Saskatchewan's publicly-funded seasonal influenza immunizations will be available across the province beginning October 11.

Assault charges made, toddler in critical condition

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of September 26 to October 2: During this reporting period the Weyburn Police Service received a total of 99 calls for service. * At approximately 7:45 p.m.
Only two more beds for Wawota

Only two more beds for Wawota

They are the unsung heroes, and they deserve to be recognized. Dale Easton, Heather Birnie, Faye Greenbank, Don Horvath, Ken Wilson, Ed Fahlman, Ron Hall, Bob Porter and Meredith Swanson. These are the members of Wawota's "Save Our Beds Committee.

Crop report for September 20 to 26

Another week of warm weather has Saskatchewan producers well ahead of the five-year harvest progress average. Ninety-one per cent of the 2011 crop has been combined, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's Weekly Crop Report.
Shoeboxes filled with love

Shoeboxes filled with love

Imagine never having received a gift. Now imagine receiving your very first gift.
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