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A crowd filled Eastend’s Memorial Hall to capacity March 4 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Wallace Stegner House.

When opportunity presents itself sometimes it needs to be pursued. Kyle Composite School teacher Stephanie Ives and Principal Marlene Gillanders were able to demonstrate that valuable lesson to their students.

Southwest Saskatchewan residents were without power for several hours March 7 while the eastern part of that province was hammered by a blizzard.

Blowing snow, low visibility and icy roadways remain a concern around Saskatchewan today.

Premier Brad Wall today said the government will be looking to reduce compensation costs across the public sector by about 3.5 per cent starting in 2017-18.  The Premier is starting at the top by asking Ministers and MLAs to take a 3.5 per cent reduction in pay.

After opening Saskatchewan's first "Goat Walk" and delighting guests with a chance to feed, pet and interact with both Dwarf (mini) goats and Nubian goats, owner Dana Hassett repeatedly heard visitors who came back time and time again for both the delightful baking and the goats at the Goat Walk, remark that they needed to head out to "get their goat therapy."  

There was a lot of excitement in the Kyle Community Sports Centre Feb. 25 as the popular senior men’s Kyle Elks hockey team battled Edam in the Saskatchewan Hockey Association playoffs.

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