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Another reminder that Mother Nature is more powerful than mere humans; strong winds gusting close to 90 km/hr wrecked havoc.
Mother’s Day was celebrated in Gadsby on Saturday, May 13 with “Tea and Treats for Moms.”
The tea runs from 1 to 3 p.m. at the hall, so bring your mother, grandmother, aunt, or someone who is special in your life.
Although weather conditions were a bit muddy with a cool start, sunshine helped make for a great weekend.
Merchandise was stolen, but it has been recovered by local RCMP.
Easter weekend was met with some nasty winter weather. Driving was hazardous Friday and Saturday, but finally the sun shone on Sunday.
Not only are the usual signs of spring here, I spotted a grove of pussy willows yesterday on Thursday, April 6.
Warm weather has arrived in Gadsby, while ice and snow can still be found in the north towards Camrose.
The county has been out clearing culverts and monitoring spring progress. A lot of farmland is also under water.
Another blast of winter weather makes us appreciate the warmer days coming soon.
Saint Patrick’s Day Dine and Dance is fast approaching. Get your tickets at Wells Furniture or from any Gadsby Hall board member.
It has been really nice outside the past few days, although this week has seen a dip in the temperatures.
Spring-like weather and record-breaking temperatures have helped to shorten the winter months.
A new experience for me this week … I was hacked. So, if someone tries to take over your computer, turn it off.
Winter has came back with a vengeance, where is that little rodent?
Sunshine and warm temperatures help shorten the winter, as does birthday parties and anniversary celebrations.
GADSBY/WESTWOODS NEWS -- We have been enjoying a reprieve from winter! A lot of the snow has disappeared, leaving icy patches in yards...
GADSBY/WESTWOODS NEWS --Our northern vortex seems to be done and warmer weather are here for a few days. We hope.
GADSBY/WESTWOODS NEWS -- Christmas has come and gone with lots of family activity.
GADSBY/WESTWOODS -- We've been experiencing what the late and infamous weather specialist Bill Matheson used to call a "Siberian High."