Saturday November 22, 2014




  • An act of remembrance

    “We shall remember them.”
    Remembrance Day remains an important day showing support to troops and their families, while remembering those who sacrificed their lives. Freedom isn’t free, but we are lucky today to have it and to have men and women earn

  • Wawota business welcome customers old and new with Open House

    A group of Wawota businesses showcased local shopping and dining as they hosted their first annual Open House on Nov. 5 and 6.
    Front Porch Interiors Furniture and Design, King's Department Store, and Grammie's Gift Emporium welcomed shoppers, while 2nd

  • Promoting a tattoo community in Stoughton at Vivid Crystal

    Vivid Crystal Tattoo Studio and Shoppe, based in Stoughton, is promoting a tattooing community in the area through inviting guest artists to the shop. Recently Tom Cookson spent some time in the area. A young artist from England, Cookson enjoyed two-

Top Headlines

Today's Enterprises Furniture & Electronics holds grand opening in Redvers

Murray Aulie, owner of Today's Enterprises Furniture & Electronics in Redvers, says he is, “Humbled ...

Weekly RCMP report

The Carlyle RCMP detachment responded to 39 calls to service between Friday, Nov. 7 and Thursday,...

Quilting display enjoyed in Kisbey

The Fern Rebekah Lodge of Kisbey hosted a fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 15. Held between 1 p.m. and ...

Maryfield's Dec. 6 Christmas Craft Sale to benefit Class of 2015

Maryfield School's graduating class of 2015 want to wish area shoppers a Merry Christmas while...

Eli Barsi hosts Kennedy's 6th Annual Hometown Christmas Dec. 5 and 6

Award-winning singer-songwriter Eli Barsi is once again giving area music-lovers “a merry, prairie...

Dickens Village Festival to include new features and past traditions

Carlyle is about to be transported back into the Victorian era once again, with the 12th annual...

Canadian Forces soldier dies in on-base incident; Harper offers condolences

More protesters arrested after crossing police line into pipeline survey area

Quebec budget-slashing review recommends cuts to municipalities, farmers

Nicholson urges Russian president to get out of Ukraine at security conference

City of Ottawa says confident no sensitive details leaked after website hacked

Charest denies illegal party financing, report linking him to SNC-Lavalin


Recent News

Carlyle hosted Girls 4A Regionals

The Carlyle Cougars senior girls volleyball team hosted Regionals on Saturday, Nov. 15. Though the...


Carlyle Cougars Pee Wee update

The Redvers Rockets came to town on Saturday November 8, 2014 to face off against The Cougars....


Keeping it local

It was the kind of weekend a sports fan can simply sit back and take in. In the space of 72 hours...


Gender inequality shows through simple experiment

While reading through CBC articles I found one on their community blog section regarding...


Negotiating life’s curves

You know it's going to be a different kind of a day when you squeeze the tube and toothpaste comes ...


The wisdom and joy in taking up our cross daily

The key to finding meaning in suffering is being close to God. “Nothing is wanting to him who...





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Quick Vote

  • Do you decorate for Christmas before Remembrance Day?
  • Yes
  • 0%
  • Yes, but don't turn lights on until after Remembrance Day
  • 5%
  • No, I think it's disrepectful
  • 82%
  • I don't decorate for Christmas
  • 14%
  • Total Votes: 22


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