Have you ever noticed no one wants to take responsibility for the first snow of the year?
I think it is a first for me. Having tomatoes growing on the vine in October!
Once again the power of volunteers amazed us all over the weekend!
He came here a stranger but quickly became a friend to just about everyone in the Rainy River area.
I am writing about Lionel Robert.
What’s gray, fat and wears a mask?
No it is not a bank robber, but raccoons certainly fit the bill of a robber.
The seasons are changing and so are the sounds.
In the past couple of weeks I have really noticed the decline in the number of birds chirping away in the morning.
Over the weekend I had the pleasure of working with my girlfriend’s stepfather “Pirate Jim” on a new deck for her house.
Have you ever operated blind?
Well that is how we felt last Monday and Tuesday at the Record.
Editor’s Note: My Aunt Linda passed away August 2nd. Here is the tribute I gave at her funeral.
Linda was an amazing person.
She was a loving wife, a mother, a grandma, a friend, a volunteer and she was short.
Ricky Ricardo Johnston, 3 (27 in dog years), passed away on July 23, 2007.
While his time on Earth was short in terms of people years and his time with his adopted family even shorter, Ricky quickly won the hearts of all who met him.