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Recognizing women in business

October is Women's History Month in Canada, a time when Canadians turn the spotlight on the history of women's human rights to reflect on the value of inclusion and equality, and the importance of full citizenship.
Carlyle embarks on lagoon clean-up

Carlyle embarks on lagoon clean-up

Work is now underway on clearing space in Carlyle's sewage-waste lagoon following findings that the facility was reaching capacity.
Inner Wheel of Weyburn raises hope in Africa

Inner Wheel of Weyburn raises hope in Africa

Three special guests from Malawi joined a group of Weyburn grandmothers on October 18 at the Inner Wheel of Weyburn?s Grandmothers for Grandmothers Fundraising Luncheon.

RCMP investigate stolen Ski-doo

The Weyburn RCMP and Crime Stoppers are seeking assistance from the public in solving the following crime which happened betweenOctober 18 andOctober 19. A snowmobilewas stolen from a business south of Weyburn.

Musical memories a highlight of 'We'll Meet Again'

The Cornerstone players hit a homerun yet again with their wonderful and spirited performance of 'We'll Meet Again.

Crop report for Oct. 5 - 11

Recent warm and sunny weather has allowed Saskatchewan producers to make significant harvest progress again this week. Eighty-three percent of the 2010 crop has been combined, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's Weekly Crop Report.
Stoughton hosts SSEER development event

Stoughton hosts SSEER development event

The Saskatchewan South East Enterprise Region (SSEER) held its quarterly economic development forum in Stoughton recently, bringing some interesting topics and perspectives to community leaders and economic development officers.
CES teachers out in the cold over Terry Fox bet

CES teachers out in the cold over Terry Fox bet

There is an old adage about making bets that says, "Betting is good for the soul; if you win you are happier, and if you lose you are wiser.
Estevan Shriners visit area schools for Fire Prevention Week

Estevan Shriners visit area schools for Fire Prevention Week

Resplendent in their signature red fezzes, members of the Shriners took some time recently to visit some area schools, including Carlyle Elementary School, to share with the children the lessons of fire safety.

Carlyle & District history book in the works

This will include the surrounding RM's, Kenosee and White Bear.