Saturday September 20, 2014


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Cracking the code

It was an uncharacteristically brief phone call. Having been friends for five years and having just completed grade 7 we were typical girls who could see each other at school all day and still find things to talk about on the phone in the evening....


Cold air settling in

I tried avoiding it for the longest time, turning on the heat in my house, but I've finally given...

Too many peaches

The waitress showed us to our table and immediately launched into an apology to tell us they had...

In a hurry behind the wheel

Why are so many people in a hurry while driving? I find the majority of people travelling along Hwy ...

She knew me

As my gaze lingered on the family members gathered at the gravesite it wasn’t just the heat of the...

Time will tell

Time Magazine described it as "The Year That Changed the World". A bold statement considering the...

It’s volleyball

Last week I was given the opportunity to take a couple days off from work and with that I decided...


Mother Nature’s impact on agriculture

Nothing can make an agricultural columnist look more wrong than Mother Nature.That singular fact...

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Yields better than anticipated

It was only a few weeks ago much of Eastern Saskatchewan and Western Manitoba was left floating by...

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Another week, another win.The Winnipeg Blue Bombers made the Saskatchewan Roughriders work for it,...

Unmanned aerial vehicles in the agriculture world

A few weeks back I was on the disc golf course in Yorkton, and as I came away from the ninth basket ...

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That was amazing!I thought we’d hit the peak of intensity when the Roughriders walked into Winnipeg ...


Dear Editor

Carlyle needs a ski hill

Open letter to the Town of Carlyle from the Chairman of the Carlyle Memorial Hall Board

Letter to the Editor

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Quick Vote

  • With the recent snowfall in parts of Alberta and it only being September, are you worried about having another cold, snowy winter this year?
  • Yes!
  • 43%
  • Somewhat concerned
  • 5%
  • No, we live in Canada
  • 52%
  • Total Votes: 21



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