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Farmers work hard from field to plate

Posted on September 12, 2017

The end of summer is bittersweet. As August comes to a close and September approaches, one must say goodbye to days of lazing about, sun-filled… Read More »

Congratulations and plaudits for Coalhurst Miner’s Days

Posted on August 15, 2017

The oddities in attitudes, populous and in places, is remarkable! I'm speaking of course of the very impressive and very successful, Coalhurst Miners Day and… Read More »

Donate to BC Wild Fires

Posted on August 15, 2017

For the past few months we heard in the news of the BC Wild Fires that originated at William’s Lake, BC and has mushroomed from… Read More »

There’s a lesson in Bartman episode

Posted on August 8, 2017

Perhaps now life can get back to normal for Steve Bartman. He's certainly waited long enough. On Monday, baseball's reigning champions, the Chicago Cubs, announced… Read More »

If life gives you lemons, and you make lemonade, you might get fined

Posted on July 26, 2017

Recently, across the globe, a five-year-old was fined $244 for selling lemonade without a licence near her home, according to reports. Lemonade stands have been… Read More »

Time does not heal all wounds for municipalities

Posted on July 18, 2017

Most communities/municipalities in southern Alberta need an upgrade or overhaul and they’re trying and know very well what needs to be done. Many communities/municipalities have… Read More »

Has ‘Made in China’ become a part of North American buying culture?

Posted on July 11, 2017

Any computer geek or geek-in-training can use Google to search for a plethora of funny pics to commemorate any celebratory event to post, re-post or… Read More »

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