Wednesday April 16, 2014




  • A “Suite Surrender” to laughter abounds from Cornerstone Theatre

    It was 1942 and two of the biggest names in show business Claudia McFadden (Debbie Bedecs) and Athena Sinclair (Colleen Easton) were in a bitter rivalry. The two divas were booked to perform at the same benefit for the war effort and placed in suites at

  • Arcola Building Supplies celebrates customers

    In 2005 an opportunity presented itself for Harry Laurent to purchase Arcola Building Supply from John McDonald.
    Having been a contractor for most of his life Laurent decided that it was a smart fit to own a lumber yard.
    “I bought it in 2005, we used

  • Grade two’s at CES raise $3,329.25 with Jump Rope for Heart

    Carlyle Elementary School found themselves promoting a healthy lifestyle as they participated in the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Jump Rope for Heart, a program where youth collect pledges for heart disease and stroke research.
    Approximately 4,000

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