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Will Rogers had a pretty good handle on life

A couple weeks ago the annual ‘tea and jam session’ at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Warman showcased some pretty good homegrown entertainment. It was a sea of grey hair in the audience, but those of us who like both kinds of music (country and western) weren’t disappointed.
Gord Martens took advantage of his role as master of ceremonies to pepper us with some entertaining observations from legendary homespun philosopher Will Rogers:
“Never squat with your spurs on” was one good piece of advice from Rogers. Another was: “There are two theories about winning an argument with a woman. Neither one works.” Continue reading “Will Rogers had a pretty good handle on life”

News content comes with a price

By TERRY JENSON, CLARK’S CROSSING GAZETTE EDITOR AND PUBLISHER

Being a community newspaper publisher is not for the faint of heart.
Like people you know who die, one by one the titles disappear. Gone forever. And with them the days of providing information about local issues and people.
But, is the industry really dying? Continue reading “News content comes with a price”

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