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Town of Carlyle proactive in addressing potential runoff issues

With spring upon us and images of last year's abundance of summer rainfall fresh in our minds, the Town of Carlyle is being proactive in addressing potential runoff issues.
Plan for The Meadows unveiled

Plan for The Meadows unveiled

The company behind the much talked about new neighborhood in the city's northwest corner has unveiled their plans to the public.

Police ask for help locating mischief suspects

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of March 21 to 27: *On March 27, police received a call from residents on Ash Drive after their vehicle had been egged.

MLAs discuss budget's impact on families and debt

The Saskatchewan Government released the 2011-12 budget on March 23, focusing on lowering taxes and paying down the provincial debt. Weyburn-Big Muddy MLA Dustin Duncan said that the budget "outlines the Saskatchewan advantage that we enjoy.

GF Kells Cougar Corner: Drama club is busy

The G.F. Kells Drama Club presented For Whom the Tinkerbell Tolls for the Carlyle Elementary School in the afternoon on Monday, March 28. They performed this play and Anonymous for the public in the evening.
One-twenty-two Main officially unveiled in Carlyle

One-twenty-two Main officially unveiled in Carlyle

Carlyle has a new place for women to shop. Business owner Ken King officially unveiled his newest venture One-twenty-two Main Fashion Boutique during a celebration held March 25th.

Carlyle Community School

April is Dental Health Month. Oral Health - Good for Life is this year's slogan for National Dental Health Month. Follow these simple steps to good oral health and watch your overall health improve, too: 1. Brush twice and Floss once every day. 2.
Optimist Club of Arcola holds annual cheque presentation evening

Optimist Club of Arcola holds annual cheque presentation evening

Celebrating success and hard work was the theme in Arcola on March 23rd, when the Arcola Optimist Club held their annual cheque presentation. The Arcola Optimist Legion, where the event was held, was a buzz of activity from 6:30 p.m. onwards.

Chamber's reaction to provincial budget

The Province of Saskatchewan released their budget on March 23 and the Weyburn Chamber of Commerce has given it a passing grade. "Clearly this is an election budget, so it's quite broad," said Chamber Manager Jeff Richards.

City approves $800,000 local improvement projects

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on March 28; here are the major points of interest: *Council approved a list of projects for the 2011 Local Improvement Program, including asphalt recapping, sidewalk replacement and one street t
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