- Finally, it seems we have a “break” in the weather and self-servingly, I am grateful. Isn’t it remarkable how efficiently the snow melted in the cool gloomy weather? It was as close to a perfect melt as that for which we could ask.
- While the ground is drying, there are still some roads unfit for travel. When you see a “ROAD CLOSED” sign, please honor said sign as it may be a condition that would damage your vehicle, the road base or shoulders. When our city or our park district has to make repairs, it requires tax dollars affecting us all!
- This year’s “CROP Hunger Walk” is Wednesday, May 3 at 6:30 beginning in the Jefferson School area. Bring a donation, sign in and learn of hunger issues. North Dakota has 42,290 people of which 13,690 are children facing hunger. That equates to 1 in 13 children in ND! Please look into it, Blessings.
- Last week was “Administrative Professionals’ Day”. Let those special employees know you appreciate them whether you are an employer or a customer. From all of us, “Thank you”.
- Last weekend was the NFL Draft. Though I didn’t watch much, I did see enough to know it was a huge production shown on numerous mediums and networks. It sounds like Kansas City did a great job hosting. An NFL fan’s “smorgasbord”!
- It is “National Small Business Week” with Valley City and MRES being proud to “power-on” small businesses. Now you can contribute by “shopping local” and supporting your favorite small businesses.
- Last week flows from Baldhill Dam were reduced and barring significant rains, the forecast is again promising for this week. Keep the Faith.
- Thanks to all who provide and proof material for this article.
- “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you figure out why.”
~ Mark Twain
Blessings, Pray, be Grateful and Respectful,