Friday July 11, 2014




  • Something for everyone at Stoughton Daze

    Lining Main Street in Stoughton on Saturday, July 5, were a mass of vehicles, adults, and excited children awaiting the parade for Stoughton Daze.
    The night before, however, saw 53 people come out to enjoy a Texas Scramble tournament at the Stoughton

  • Boogie Fest rumbles to another successful year

    Skull caps, bandanas, and leathers were plentiful over the weekend with people flocking to Carlyle on Friday, June 20, and Saturday, June 21, for the 13th annual Boogie Fest.
    The rumbling of bikes could be felt and heard well before their arrival.

  • Clara Hughes makes impression on Carlyle

    Excitement was in the air on Wednesday, June 11, and Thursday, June 12, within Carlyle. After all it’s not every day Olympic medalists come rolling through.
    Clara Hughes, six time Canadian Olympic medalist in both speed skating and cycling, was joined

Top Headlines

Weekly RCMP report

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Memories: Elizabeth Debusschere

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Maryfield Fair celebrating 99 years

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Kisbey Canada Day BBQ entertains

The rain subsided and brought forth a sunny Canada Day, which was enjoyed by all. Found at Kisbey...

Cornerstone Community Planning update

The councillors of the Town of Carlyle met on Wednesday, July 2, to address numerous topics...

Jody Mills talks poop and encourages use of FIT test

In the fall of 2012 Jody Mills received a letter in the mail, it was from the Saskatchewan...

MP Dean Del Mastro loses cool on witness stand at election overspending trial

Bail granted to person of interest in missing boy, grandparents case

Kenney to consider local exemptions to TFW program after provincial complaints

The latest changes to Canada's sanctions list in Russia and Ukraine

Only Ontario can to permit logging on aboriginal lands, Supreme Court rules

Via Rail says train service resuming on Toronto-Montreal route


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