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Lampman Golf Course members love their artificial greens

Lampman Golf Course members love their artificial greens

The course's fairways are maintained by volunteers and retirees in the Lampman area.
Educational summer camp will return to Carlyle

Educational summer camp will return to Carlyle

Camp activities are a balance of technology, firsthand science and plenty of outdoor time.
Carlyle's high school grads hold barbecue

Carlyle's high school grads hold barbecue

The graduating class, along with parent volunteers, planned and worked at a barbecue as a fundraiser for the grad ceremony.
Deadline approaching to purchase banner to hang in Carlyle

Deadline approaching to purchase banner to hang in Carlyle

The banners are a very meaningful way of honouring the contributions and sacrifices made by those who served in the military, whether they are still with us or have passed on. 
Alameda boy, age nine, becomes a professional artist

Alameda boy, age nine, becomes a professional artist

Madden Millions' octopus artwork had been on display at the Estevan Leisure Centre.
Opinion: Camping has really changed over the years

Opinion: Camping has really changed over the years

"Today people have campers. Some are the size of my house."
Stoughton Soccer’s fun tournament attracted 47 teams

Stoughton Soccer’s fun tournament attracted 47 teams

Teams came from southern Saskatchewan to compete.
Shelley Slykhuis retires as Dickens festival chairwoman

Shelley Slykhuis retires as Dickens festival chairwoman

Slykhuis has long been involved with the popular December festival that turns Carlyle into a quaint, Victorian-era village.
Update: Severe thunderstorm watch lifted in southeast Sask

Update: Severe thunderstorm watch lifted in southeast Sask

Much of the southeast was covered by the thunderstorm watch.
Architects chosen for new Carlyle school project

Architects chosen for new Carlyle school project

Number Ten Architectural Group out of Winnipeg will handle the architectural work.