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My sister and her husband came to visit on the weekend.
My husband and I have attended four weddings this summer, a clear indication that the institution of marriage is alive and well
The wild rose continues to flourish abundantly in our roadside ditches and spill out unexpectedly in cracks and crannies everywhere.
It was a blue and green day in summer and the heat shimmered on cement so hot you could fry an egg on it.
Spring is certainly out there somewhere!
A women’s conference held in Rimbey Feb. 13 was a great way to give the ladies in attendance a chance to color their world
As I write this column the men’s hockey team from Canada is playing the U.S. in the semifinal game.
February is turning out to be a grumbling, grouchy old month.
Let’s Colour Our World, the theme of this year’s Rimbey’s annual women’s conference, is reflected in the choice of sessions
The last scene, what really happened? What do a movie, a town council meeting, a library board meeting and a church service have in common?
For me, Christmas was a kaleidoscope of all kinds of wonderful; laughter, presents, family, friends, and food.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. There is a lot of good to be said about snow.
Christmas is starting to pop up everywhere. As I start the bumpy drive to work which means I am driving on icy rutted roads
The newspaper headlines, now faded and yellowed with age, read ‘Germany Defeated.’
For the last decade, Gabriella Bache has faithfully made the weekly trek from Sylvan Lake to Rimbey to teach students belly dancing
The race is on! All over Alberta candidates, like so many toy soldiers, are hosting up their signs and slogans, ready to do battle.
What is the real story? Nomination day is drawing closer and even though I haven’t seen a lot of campaign signs, candidates,
It started off as an item on my summer bucket list, scribbled in haste on the back of a crumpled envelope hidden in the dark recesses
It seems a lot of politicians aren’t talking right now, even though fall elections are only a few short weeks away.
Alberta Health’s toxic water advisory shutting down Gull Lake has left at least one person somewhat perplexed about the validity