Wednesday August 20, 2014




  • Carlyle Cardinals capture provincial championship

    Less than a month after capturing first place in the Saskota Baseball League, the Carlyle Cardinals played their way to first place in the Senior A Provincial Championship on Sunday, August 10, after an 8-2 victory over the second-place Yorkton Yankees.

  • Family fun had at Wawota Heritage Days

    Wawota Heritage Days brought together young and old in a celebration of their community on August long weekend.
    Events began on Friday, Aug. 1 and ran through to Sunday, Aug. 3. The event was a collective effort amongst numerous groups and individuals

  • Maryfield Fair continues success with 99th year

    The Maryfield Ag Society first introduced a fair to Maryfield in 1915. Today, 99 years later, it has continued to succeed. Through rain or shine, the resilience of the Ag Society and the community at large is evident upon arrival.
    The Maryfield Fair was

Top Headlines

Carlyle Town Council addresses transportation, housing

Carlyle Town Council met on Wednesday, August 6 to address various concerns regarding the community,...

Regional Kids First enjoys a fun way to inform families

Regional Kids First stopped by Stoughton on Thursday, Aug. 7, with the “Main Street Mobile...

In good hands: Carlyle Sew & Sews' former customer now owner

When Beverley Thompson of White Bear Resort decided to step down from the business she founded and...

Weekly RCMP report

The Carlyle Detachment of the RCMP responded to a total of 63 calls to service during the week of...

Carlyle man pleads guilty

Joseph Emond, 64, pled guilty on Wednesday, Aug. 27, to Criminal Harassment and Breach of Release...

House concerts growing in popularity

Music is something that Lorri (Solomon) Matthewson cherishes. It’s part of who she is whether...

More lenient marijuana laws still on the table, justice minister says

Trudeau praises Alberta's 'entrepreneurial spirit' during rally in Edmonton

Death of aboriginal girl, 15, dumped in Red River renews calls for inquiry

'Apologies are not enough;' Alberta tightens rules on use of government planes

Premier Philippe Couillard condemns Montreal pension protest, police apathy

B.C. mine breach leads nuclear safety commission to seek safety checks


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