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Bill and Joyce Hansel were among the friends and family that met at Debbie and Dwayne Sutton's to celebrate Bernard Garland's 80th birthday.
It's holiday time, people coming and going. Hopefully all arrive at their destination safely.
Several celebrations marked the weekend this week.
Milder temperatures and bountiful rain Friday have increased hope for the future of crops, hayfields and gardens.
"A million dollar rain" is what Sunday and Monday's rain was said to be, with up to two inches reported in places.
With temperatures from plus 30 to only 2 above (over night Sunday) is it any wonder we don't know what season we're in?
Despite the plus 30 temperatures, people were on the go. Vic and Barb Carey were in Calgary on the weekend.
Parts of the county remain dry and arid while others have been getting moisture, sometimes just half a mile apart.
Well...it took a day and a night to get a tenth of rain. All in all, we have had less than an inch these past ten days.
In a rainy year the grass chokes out the dandelion; in a dry year the dandelion chokes out the grass. Guess which one we are in.
The rains are spotty, some getting up to six tenths while others none. But everyone gets the wind
A busy week with many activities to keep everyone busy; also a very dry week with no hope of rain in the forecast.
The first long weekend, camping plus started out cloudy and overcast. No rain in sight.
Mother's Day is a special time to thank all the special women in our lives. This was accomplished in many homes on Sunday.
A beautiful green day for a drive on Sunday with the leaves are appearing on all the trees.
I would be remiss not to mention the eight inches of snow that fell on Saturday. There, I've mentioned it.
Did everyone survive that freightful wind Friday/Saturday?
Congratulations to Gadsby student Mark Stenberg who received his first year Bachelor of Arts award, Camrose Augustana Campus of U of A.
Despite the "three snows on the crows back" and a brutal wind storm, Easter weekend proved to be a good time to travel and get together.
The Village of Gadsby council has a dilemma: Concerns have been coming in regarding the safety of getting the mail at the super boxes.