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Thursday, November 23, 2017
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Oxbow-Carnduff Herald-Gazette Staff

Oxbow-Carnduff Herald-Gazette Staff
Community news, events, weather, entertainment and business from Oxbow-Carnduff Herald-Gazette in Saskatchewan.

Tea and dessert for a teddy bear

By Taylor Sabourin Sunset Haven in Carnduff was a hotspot for activity where their annual Tele-Miracle tea and dessert fundraiser was held. Staff members Teresa Kyle and Melissa Teetaert were responsible for organizing the event. Kyle couldn't remember just how long the home has been holding...

A family-filled long weekend

By Taylor Sabourin The Expressway Family Centre spent the Family Day weekend creating events to bring the community together. On Sunday a group of nine, led by Mike and Margaret Ricard, participated in a soup making class. The Ricard's were once the owners of Happy Fridays...

A community lunch

By Taylor Sabourin The Glen Ewen Communiplex Board continues to host its soup and sandwich fundraiser on Wednesdays. The board serves homemade soups and desserts to raise money for the building. President of the board, Denise Allum explains the funds are for, “general updates, maintenance on...

A poker hand fundraiser

By Taylor Sabourin The Southeast Saskatchewan Stubble Jumpers club hosted their annual derby over the weekend leaving the communities buzzing with sledding activity. The event was used as a fundraiser to fund the maintenance of the 391 kilometers of a public trial in the area. Krista Johnson,...

Oxbow Huskies playoff series update

By Taylor Sabourin The Oxbow Huskies saw a shutout loss to the Bienfait Coalers in their last game of the playoff series. The Huskies had traveled to Bienfait for the third matchup in the series in hopes of grabbing a win and staying in the game. The...

A long shot in the theatre basement

By Taylor Sabourin The Antler River Archery held an in-house tournament to show off and practice their skills. The event was started last year and Annette Brown, JOP coordinator for the club said, “We just want everyone to come out and shoot.” The club spends its week...

New lagoon on the way for Carnduff

The mayor of Carnduff is looking back on a snowy Christmas and ahead to some new projects in 2017. This coming spring, Carnduff residents will see construction begin on a new lagoon, directly north of the current one. The announcement was made in November 2016. Mayor...

Catching up with old friends

Larry McMurtry published the book Lonesome Dove in 1985. It became a bestseller and won the 1986 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. Hello Jim. The story takes place in 1876, and revolves around former Texas Rangers pushing 2,000 cattle from south Texas through the central Great Plains and hostile Indian country to...

Relationship with God requires belief and surrender

New Hope Church The day that the Church began one of Jesus’ disciples preached a sermon. God touched the hearts of many people because they believed what Peter spoke about the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. He shared that Jesus is God in human form, who died...

Parenting Tips

Your 2 Year Old Regional Kids First When children reach age two, it can be great fun for parents some of the time, and thoroughly frustrating at others. Your child may show tremendous spontaneity, trying new things all on his own, being really cute as he pushes to be independent....


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