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Exchange old lights for energy efficient ones

SaskPower is asking residents to bring old halogen floor lamps and seasonal light strings to participating retail locations to save money on more energy efficient products.
Local mysteries revealed: the history of the Powell House and Weyburn's first cemetery

Local mysteries revealed: the history of the Powell House and Weyburn's first cemetery

Every town has its own mysteries, often related to historic sites and forgotten with time. But sometimes these old stories return to see the light of day once again.
Stay safe on Halloween

Stay safe on Halloween

See and be seen - that's the key message CAA Saskatchewan offers drivers, children and parents to help ensure a safe Halloween. "Motorists and children need to watch out for each other on Halloween night.

Carlyle Community School - CES

The month of October has flown by with many programs, events, and fun activities at C.E.S. We are looking forward to the Jail and Bail fundraiser taking place this Friday October 29th.

SaskEnergy rate decrease approved

The Government of Saskatchewan has approved a 12.7 percent decrease to SaskEnergy's natural gas commodity rate, effective November 1. The new rate of $4.
"Saskatchewan's economic boom is sustainable" says expert

"Saskatchewan's economic boom is sustainable" says expert

The keynote speaker at the Saskatchewan Rising Symposium held at McKenna Hall on October 21 spoke about the sustainability of Saskatchewan's economic boom.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

Attention parentsare you looking for a Christmas idea for your son or daughter? Well, we may have something that interests you. Mr. Johnson and Mr.
Carlyle Public Library hosts visiting children's author

Carlyle Public Library hosts visiting children's author

For Marny Duncan Cary, it was a story told to her by her father that lit her imagination for her latest book, 'Who's that Man?' The author and singer, who has a body of both written work and music behind her, was in Carlyle recently to share her stor

Pumpkin Patrol is helping keep kids safe Halloween night

Local co-operative Access Communications will head to the streets on Halloween night to conduct their annual children's safety program - the Pumpkin Patrol. Between 6 and 9 p.m.

Upper Souris Watershed Protection Plan completed

The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority and Upper Souris Watershed Association officially released Saskatchewan's ninth watershed protection plan on October 25 at events held in Weyburn and Estevan.