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So...is this finally spring? The crows are back, the geese are here and yes, it’s even great to see the gophers...who knew?
I would like to start my column today by welcoming back our editor-in-chief, Mustafa!
Cold but clear weather on Saturday saw 25 people out for cash bingo at the bank building.
Glorious summer, green grass, suntans and mosquitoes! Hey, nothing’s perfect.
James Shepherd, working for the Ross Knight chuckwagon outfit, was among the crews that had to evacuate High River.
It was a nice weekend for travel and camping. Frank and Betty Hadwin enjoyed the weekend when campers pulled in.
Who has seen the sun? Now that we’ve had our million-dollar rain, let’s have summer!
Everyone enjoyed the million-dollar rain this week! Of course, the farmers want it to stop for a few days to finish seeding.
The dry winds have caused new concerns in the countryside. A total fire ban is in effect for the County of Stettler.
We seem to have jumped from winter to summer, with temperatures reaching plus-25 Sunday and Monday.
Some events are winding down to ready for summer, while others are just beginning.
Word has it there is a contract out on the Groundhog!
Baseball is on the minds of the Gadsby Ball Association.
Another two inches of snow tells me winter doesn’t want to go away quietly.
Easter is a time to celebrate with family and friends. And the weather was excellent this past week.
Spring storms Wednesday and Thursday found people stuck in snow banks, some even stranded overnight in ditches.
Many farmers are in the throes of newborn calves and the weather is not co-operating with the busy time of year.
Best wishes to Rosalind and Steve LaRose, who celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday.
Thankfully, Sunday’s storm was one of the shortest on record for our area.
Several residents have returned from warmer climates.