Once again, I would like to remind everyone that the telephone scum bags working with the Canada Revenue Agency phone scam centre, in India, have been hard at work. You have most likely received a call. Some of you gave them a piece of your mind and others, unfortunately, probably gave them a piece of your savings.

Complaints made to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre have resulted in 70 arrests. That’s the good news. The bad news is that 700 people work for this outfit.

Callers will convince

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On the corner of 2nd Avenue and 2nd Street North, in Three Hills, there stands a sign that reads, “Hang in There, April is Coming”. Well, April is here and I’m beginning to think that April should be changed out to May or maybe June.

As I write this “That’s Life”, it is minus 23 Celsius with a wind chill of minus 28. The weather man is suggesting more snow is on the way for the weekend. Why not, ski resorts have extended their spring season by one month and I

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Remember those Easter Egg hunts that had your children running through your yard excitedly searching for chocolate treasures under every rock? Well, it’s a good thing we have memories because that’s not the way it’s going to be this year. Not with the amount of snow we have on the ground and what we still have coming.

A young lady said to me the other day, “It’s going to take a week to melt this snow.” I replied, “It better take longer than that or we&rs

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If laughter “is” the best medicine, my wife and I should by okay for a long time.

We had the pleasure of attending “The Foreigner” presented at the Three Hills Arts Academy, March 2-11, in eight, three-hour shows. I’ll admit it, there was a time when you couldn’t drag me to live theatre, but the Three Hills Arts Academy has changed my thinking.

Now, if you have taken in a musical production at the Academy, you already know you’re in for something spectac

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