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Has anyone else seen the two crows in and around Gadsby this past week? Percy and I did.
Happy 57th anniversary to Joe and Maxine (incorrect information appeared last week).
A good way to fight the winter blues is to visit your friends and neighbours.
With nasty weather causing havoc on the highways, 10 very brave people came out for bingo last Saturday night.
Gadsbury/Westwoods: Much travel and visiting during the holidays
Family members visit in great quantities. A busy Christmas season saw
On Wednesday evening, students from Gadsby and Botha, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles filled the Botha community hall
We have survived another cold snap with temperatures out in the country dipping to minus -36C.
Gadsby came alive last Saturday with close to 40 children at the bank building, accompanied by parents and grandparents.
Christmas is less than a month away and there is no better place to get in the mood than the Gadsby District Hobby Club 16th annual
The Gadsby District Hobby Club members are hard at it, selling raffle tickets and preparing for the 16th annual Santa Claus Day
Warmer weather brought in thick fog, followed by rain, making the roads a bit of a challenge this past weekend.
Despite the weather, the Gadsby hall was busy on Saturday with the 92nd annual Omega Circle bazaar.
Winter came with a swift vengeance; cold and white.
Thanksgiving weekend was a time for family and friends to get together.
The fall colours mark the beginning of autumn, and with it a Happy Thanksgiving to all.
I’m back! Percy and I, along with John and Jewel, daughter Hannah and Jewel’s parents Wallace and June Winter, motored to Vancouver
The hot summer days have helped to get a good start on the harvest.
The sun shone down on almost 200 people who attended the 82nd annual Decoration Day service at the Omega Cemetery on Sunday.
Hot weather has encouraged farmers in the area to start thinking of harvest.