Gadsby has retained Paul’s Road Maintenance to plow roads

Gadsby village CAO looking for advice on Google mistake

With over seven inches of snow and temperatures in the minus twenties and thirties activities are at a all time low in the area.

Snowplows have been out in the area, but many more days of snow removal are ahead for the county.

The Village of Gadsby has retained Paul’s Road Maintenance to plow the roads in Gadsby.

Village CAO Carla Tuck is asking if anyone knows how to correct a Google mapping mistake. The “pin” for where Gadsby is on the map is placed incorrectly.

Bill and Joyce Hansel braved the weather Saturday evening February 3 to head over to Larry and Kathy Tuck’s to help them celebrate their 25th Anniversary.

Happy birthday to Shirley Reynolds who is celebrating her 80th birthday on Tuesday, February 6.

Word has come to Barb and Vic Carey on the passing of Barb’s uncle Walter Johnson. Walter and Evelyn were well known to the Gadsby community and fondly remembered. Walter entered hospital in January where he celebrated his 92 birthday January 24, 2018 before passing away in February . We send sincere sympathies to the Johnson and Ganshirt families.

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