“Making compost and all of those things which are important, whether you have a big garden or little garden, some of the same things apply. So we have been quite soil oriented, I guess, this spring and we also had a nice topic where we were growing potatoes in containers people have done that quite successfully. I think there are a few people in the Town of Antigonish who actually do that.”.
Those who contributed to the mural success and were invited to attend Thursday reception were: Jason Morgan, artist; Visitors Bureau of Highland County board members; Highland County Commissioners; Merchants National Bank; Jerry Haag Motors; Bagshaw Enterprises Inc.; Wilmington Savings Bank; Tim and Sonja Priest; John and Micki Russell; Carl and Marsha Hannah; Rick and Sue Priest; Mike and Pam Priest; Karl and Debbie Pandorff; Dr. Ron Zile; Lewis Financial Group; Tom and Maggie Horst; Heskett Insurance; Tim and Deborah Koehl; Weller Plumbing and Heating; Bear Mechanical; Donald E. Fender Realtors; Don and Ann Fender; First State Bank..
Didn’t get the hammer, gave up the deuce. Finally found the scoreboard in the fifth end when they were able to clear the house and land Shuster’s final throw on the button for two. That was the only end they would score all game.. Responded to a two car collision at the intersection of Lincoln Gap Road and South Lincoln Road in Lincoln. Police said their investigation suggests Douglas Bradley, 55, of Lincoln failed to maintain his lane of travel while negotiating a turn and side swiped a Pontiac sedan driven by Barbara Martell, 78, of New Haven. No injuries were reported but both Martell Pontiac and Bradley Volvo wagon were towed from the scene due to disabling damages.
A destination wedding. But not without drama. Family drama. Prior to its passage in West Virginia, the measure was in effect in Kansas and Oklahoma. Since successful passage in West Virginia, Mississippi and (most recently) Alabama have followed suit. The bill presently awaits the Governor’s signature in Louisiana and has also been introduced in Idaho, Missouri, and Nebraska.
“Our vacancy rate in Leduc is zero. We have a fair number of rentals in Leduc and surrounding and in the last 17 years in Leduc, I don’t think it was ever beyond five per cent vacancy and of course, we are at zero right now,” said Bill Begley, property manager, whose company Inland Property Management looks after 100 properties in the city, including condos. Begley believes the average monthly rent estimate stated by the CMHC is an appropriate average..