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Carlyle Observer

Love costs

The two oldest granddaughters recently returned from nearly two months of summer training and adventure through the Army Cadet Camp they attended in Whitehorse, North West Territories.

Pause for Reflection To fear or not to fear the end of the world

Some of the "end of the world" jokes make me smile: New trendy baby names - Nostradamus In all the stores - End of the world sales Ad - Lose 10 pounds by judgement day But I confess I laughed aloud for several moments when I read this one: Every day

Rider Insider Atonement at Labor Day Classic

The Saskatchewan Roughriders improved to 28-16 all-time on Labour Day Classic weekend with a 27-23 victory over the rival Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Sunday before another sellout crowd of 30,048.

The pleasure of my company

My wife and I threw a little dinner party for some of my friends the other night. I should point out that we're talking about two couples we have known for years and with whom we get along wonderfully.
Prairie Dog to host fundraiser for MS Liberation Treatment

Prairie Dog to host fundraiser for MS Liberation Treatment

In the spirit of doing good things in the world, Prairie Dog Drive-In Theatre is donating all the proceeds from its Sept. 12 showing of Charlie St. Cloud to Rita Germain.

Out and About You never forget how to ride a bike

Last week I rode a bike for the first time in almost a decade. Pathetic. I know. And as embarrassing as it is to admit, I never learned to ride a bike until I was halfway through kindergarten.

Quilt Show a showcase of community talent

One of the things people from outside the south east continually comment on when visiting the area is the concentration of talent and skill that can be observed in the area.

The ties that bind agriculture and potash

It is rather interesting that in Saskatchewan, a province whose existence is basically based on agriculture, that now as its economy moves more into the world of resources, it is still tied to farming because potash is so reliant on the farm sector f
Summer readers and other library news

Summer readers and other library news

There were three winners from Stoughton who competed in the library's summer reading program "Destination Jungle". They are Tiaria Lynn Ogrodnick, Kiersten and Kaelan Reaney and Maia Wilson.
"I'll miss the people" says retiring Johnston

"I'll miss the people" says retiring Johnston

Municipal administrators are an essential part of the delivery of services and management of the resources of both urban and rural municipalities in the province of Saskatchewan.