Wednesday October 01, 2014

  • Homespun Weekend crafts continuing success

    Carlyle's annual Homespun weekend, held on Sept. 20 and 21, is a much-anticipated event throughout southern Saskatchewan. As “The Biggest Little Craft Show in Saskatchewan,” Homespun has evolved into an economic and public relations success story for the

  • Funds raised to help those affected by flooding

    The idea of prairie hospitality and togetherness was evident when hundreds of people came together in Oxbow on Saturday, Sept. 13, to enjoy a meal, camaraderie, and entertainment as they attended the South Saskatchewan Flood Aid benefit.
    The benefit was

  • White Bear First Nations Pow Wow: honouring the past, looking to the future

    The Bear Claw Casino & Hotel's Annual Celebration at White Bear First Nations on Sept. 6 and 7 was a visual spectacle full of colour, pageantry and sound that honoured First Nations culture, tradition and spirituality: commemorating the past, celebrating

Top Headlines

From Blacktop to Black Gold: History Book Committee excited to celebrate unveiling of new book

A project anticipated to be published in 2013, Carlyle’s new history book, “Blacktop to Black Gold”,...

Regens Disposal community BBQ brings in dollars for daycare

Each year Regens Disposal Ltd. hosts a fundraising barbeque for two communities they work in. This...

White Bear students share hunting trip success with their community

White Bear Education Complex principal Murray Bird hopes to create a better future for the young...

Drainage ditch still being completed

The Carlyle Town Council met on Wednesday, Sept. 17, to discuss topics surrounding the town...

A sweet new business

About four years ago, Ramona Rushton special ordered a sand castle cake for her twins’ birthday....

Weekly RCMP report

The Carlyle detachment of the RCMP responded to a total of 56 calls to service between Friday, Sept....

DND slashed ammo order in 2014, raising questions about prep for Iraq mission

Surrey six slayings: judge to deliver her decision in murder trial Thursday

Stranded passengers leave cruise ship stuck in Quebec City

Google's Eric Schmidt talks about hiring Canadian talent, loving BlackBerry

B.C. man convicted for selling fake airbags in U.S. gets 6 months in prison

More changes needed, not easy to prevent suicides, border officer tells inquest

Recent News

Golf Kenosee hosts school golf

District golf playoffs for the South East District Athletic Association were held on Monday, Sept....

Resilient triathlon participants finish strong

It was a cool morning, but only one of the triathlon members yelped as they entered the even colder ...

The box

When our girls were little we would set aside a weekend every few months to go through "the box."...

Daylight Savings does work

The other day I was Skyping with some friends from Calgary. I have always kind of laughed at...

Making things better

I'm one of those folks who honestly doesn't mind filling out most surveys. Case in point: this...

When we need it most God will send us a song

When I am sad, I sing, and then others are sad with me. (lol)...


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