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Recycling in the City

Recycling in the City

an Earth Day initiative

Carlyle Community School

Submitted by Krystal Fehrenbach Our first annual Pink Day was held Wednesday April 13th. The day was a joint effort between the Elementary School and High School and was a HUGE success. Thanks to everyone who was involved in the day.
Proud Cadets and proud parents together at Whitewood

Proud Cadets and proud parents together at Whitewood

Cadets, NCOs and Officers of #723 Moose Mountain Air Cadet Squadron, met at Whitewood on Sunday Apr. 10 at 5 p.m. to honour their parents and grandparents for their support and encouragement.
2011 Citizen of the Year: Rev. Alvin Hingley

2011 Citizen of the Year: Rev. Alvin Hingley

Editor's note: The following article was taken from the Humboldt Journal, Feb. 17, 2011 issue. By Keri Dalman Journal Editor Humboldt Journal He's known as simply "Reverend Al" to a healthy segment of the local population. Rev.
Anti-Bullying Awareness day takes over Carlyle schools

Anti-Bullying Awareness day takes over Carlyle schools

Pink here. Pink there. Pink everywhere! Gordon F. Kells High School and Carlyle Elementary School teamed up for the first annual Anti-Bullying Awareness day.

Family Place to hold Gargantuan Garage Sale

Story:The Family Place wants residents to mark their calendars for their sixth annual Gargantuan Garage Sale to be held from April 28 to 30 at the Weyburn Curling Rink.

April land sale tops $100 million

Heightened interest in the southwest's Shaunavon oil play has significantly boosted revenue from the latest sale of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights.
Ping-Pong with a Purpose

Ping-Pong with a Purpose

Ping-Pong with a Purpose The atmosphere was electric as the teams faced off against each other in the ping-pong tournament at Wawota Parkland School on Thursday Apr. 14.

R.M. of Moose Creek ratepayers set to vote on Highway 361

Ratepayers from the R.M. of Moose Creek will vote and make their views known on May 2, 2011. In 1997, the Highway 361 project began with collaboration between the rural municipalities of Moose Creek, Browning, Benson and Cymri.

Ministry of Education hears about Cornerstone's Continuous Improvement Framework initiatives

Many of the positive things South East Cornerstone School Division (SECSD) has accomplished over the last two years through its Continuous Improvement Framework (CIF) plan were highlighted on April 11 for members of the Ministry of Education.
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