By Ticked Off - Tickled Pink on September 21, 2017.
Congratulations to the Dunmore Equestrian Centre for a fantastic job well done hosting the Little Britches Rodeo and crowning the Sweetheart Princess.
It would be cheaper for the city to subsidize cabs than run an unprofitable bus service for those who think bus service is a right, not a privilege.
That Phil Turnbull took the bus challenge and rode all the routes. It will be interesting to hear his comments.
At the bike chasing mutts in the coulees. Karma will come to you if you don’t stop!
That I understand the difference between a glut of oil and refined gas.
That TV commercials show diversity.
That all Hatters had the opportunity to participate in the Financially Fit survey, open houses, etc., and ticked off at those who didn’t and are now whining.
That city engineers think the lights are synchronized on Dunmore Road; council needs to look at this and get it fixed.
City bylaw states you walk across a crosswalk or are not considered a pedestrian. The driver who hit the cyclist should not be charged.
Nearly 40 years ago guys were strolling around on the moon but I cant even go through an intersection lawfully when there’s nobody coming for blocks in every direction.
That the police do absolutely nothing about people who run stop signs. Where is the deterrent? It seems that they’re only interested in speeders. They need to write more moving violation tickets … stop signs, crosswalks, lane changes, etc.
To hear UCP candidates float tax cuts without addressing how they will impact services. Tax cuts are not free, and they hurt the poorest of us the most.
With the woman who had 32 items (the total showed on the screen at the register) in her grocery cart and had the nerve to use the express lane.
What does Dr. Phil say? Past behaviour is a good indicator of future actions. If Clugston and his gang did a ton of spending last term they will find a reason to do it again.
With neighbours who live across the back alley. I don’t need to hear your yapping dog. Your hot tub parties at night. Your loud music. Or your loose dog/cat that runs around the neighborhood/back alley.
With the harsh front page picture in the Sept. 16 paper. But tickled pink if that picture is burned in your head next time you throw out that cigarette. Park in dry grass. Start a campfire. Leave a candle burning. Vehicle back fires. Fireworks. This is what could happen to things around us.
Our gas is cheaper than Saskatchewan on Sept. 17.
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