Saturday April 19, 2014




  • Local News

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    On Friday April 11, the people of Stoughton had an opportunity to rub shoulders with Saskatchewan Rough Riders wide receiver Chris Getzlaf while raising $20,000 for the Stoughton pool.
    The 2013 Grey Cup champion visited the town as part of Farrell

  • 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

Top Headlines

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For three days each afternoon every parking spot along Main Street was occupied as people flocked...

Vivid Crystal Tattoo Studio finding success in Stoughton

Crystal Begin has always had a knack for art. Over the years her love developed of both art and...

Wawota School welcomes Neal Hughes to speak about bullying

In 2007, two Nova Scotia students, David Shepherd and Travis Price, noticed a fellow student being...

New bylaw to be drawn up in Carlyle for taxi services

Carlyle Town Council met on Wednesday, April 9, for a regular bimonthly meeting to discuss various...

RCMP Report: April 4 to April 10

The Carlyle Detachment of the RCMP received 60 calls to service for the week of April 4 to April 10....

Manor School in a sea of pink

Manor School focused on anti-bullying on April 9 with their school’s participation in International ...

Water levels in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick drop more than a metre overnight

Scientists discover four new species of 'killer' sponges off Pacific coast

Baird meets with detained journalist's family; Fahmy in Cairo prison since Dec.

New Brunswickers keep watchful eye on water levels as flood cleanup continues

Canada development partnership with U.A.E. builds bridges into Arab world

Laureen Harper interrupted by protester at Internet cat video festival


Recent News

Tianna Kennett gains success at Juvenile Canadian Wrestling Championships

Tianna Kennett, 16, Manor’s wrestling princess struck again last weekend when she guaranteed her...


$2,000 raised for Carlyle Sports Arena

Community rinks are places that foster youth’s development. Whether they’re playing hockey or...


Disdain or respect?

As the stands filled with parents, friends and fans there was an air of anticipation as there...


What to do with free time now?

I’m sitting here, tired and with a slight headache, but the weekend was worth it....


It can’t be said more clearly

I guess it’s part of my nature but I love to play with nouns, verbs of all conjugations and...


UC Chimes: Someone has to pay!

A few years ago a friend of mine invited my wife and me to a special lunch when we visited to Korea....





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