Monday October 20, 2014

  • Blacktop to Black Gold unveiled

    It was a day that many have been waiting for, the unveiling of the new Carlyle History Book entitled, Blacktop to Black Gold.
    “It's so nice to finally have it and it looks very nice to me,” Lynn Brady, one of the History Book Committee members, said.

  • Arcola Daycare moving to larger space

    They have made it official, after speculation and rumours in Arcola, the Arcola Daycare will be moving locations and is excited to have a new, larger facility to operate out of starting Nov. 3.
    Since April the new board has been working diligently

  • Continually Flyin' High at the Eagle Showdown

    Despite being a cool and somewhat windy, the Big Eagle Showdown was another success. Held for the Manor Fire Department races began at 2 p.m. with preliminary runs determining who would earn a spot in the feature events.
    Cameras flashed as dust flew and

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