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Small town things city folk just wouldn’t understand

Small town things city folk just wouldn’t understand

We can run to the car or the clothesline in our underwear if necessary, and no one will notice if our husbands pee off the back porch on a summer evening

Dealing with mosquitoes, snakes, skunks (and chickens)

We often say we don’t need to go away to vacation because everything we need is right here. Unfortunately that includes the pests

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Summoning up the courage for the biggest question of all

The room was silent. All you could hear was the puppy protesting his exclusion from the gathering. But my daughter knew this day was coming

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Plenty of high octane excitement at Kindersley dirt drags

Tractor classes included mini pullers, modified minis, a super modified mini, smokers, modified and super modified. The two super modified tractors were impressive with three and four blown engines working together on one frame. Truck classes included an unlimited diesel entry, and four-wheel drive and two-wheel drive entries.

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The Farmwife’s confession: a gardener I am not

When I married the Farmer and he said he always had a vegetable garden, I bit off a little more than I could chew

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Local heroes: luncheon honours emergency workers

EMS crews from Kindersley respond to 40 to 60 calls for service each month, with the calls coming at any time

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Adrenaline-pumping action comes to Kindersley this weekend

Drag racers from all over Western Canada and deep in the U.S. will take a run at the 200-foot track, including Kindersley’s own Good to Go Racing team

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Fergus has a shocking experience in the barnyard

Our puppy was in the barnyard sampling disgusting delicacies and developed a digestive issue. I was up several times a night, changing puppy pads

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Three new doctors for Kindersley

Not that long ago, just one full-time physician was practising in Kindersley. Now there are seven with the latest arrivals

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Our farm a magnet for weary city people

People come to smell the honeysuckle, to hear the geese honking their way up the creek, to feed a cow an apple, and to nourish their souls with friends

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