This week The Capital’s Ag Outlook is the second section of our publication. We would like to thank all of our advertisers for continuing to support this annual feature.

We would like to sincerely thank the editorial contributors: Don Boles, Paul Vasseur, Sgt. Jamie Day, Three Hills and District Seed Cleaning Plant, BLB Grain Group and Kneehill County.

As promised, the signs have come down off the front of the Capital Printers building at 411 Main Street.

Our grandson, Nevan, was kind enou

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Next week The Capital’s Salute to Agriculture will be published. If your business has yet to be contacted for advertising support, and you would like to participate, please call us at 403-443-5133, text the same number or email us at

April Fools Day will be upon us on Saturday, April 1, 2023.

Don’t be surprised if somebody pulls one over on you.

A diamond store in Calgary announced they had just received a shipment of left-handed wedding rings.

In 1998 Burg

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Without getting too technical, the first day of spring is today, Monday, March 20, 2023. At least that’s when I sat in our dining room, writing That’s Life, as the sun poured through our patio doors.

A friend said to me the other day, “I don’t know if it’s my age, but I am cold all the time.”

I had to agree that I’m a bit more susceptible to the cold than I used to be.

The other morning I was sitting in my truck in my winter coat and toque. A young man w

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March is Fraud Prevention Month.

This annual campaign was established to help us recognize, reject and report fraud.

This year’s theme, Tricks of the Trade: What’s in a Fraudster’s Toolbox?” will help us recognize the increasingly sophisticated tricks and tools scammers use to entrap victims.

Scammers target consumers and businesses.

The best way to avoid becoming a victim is to be informed and alert. Get to know the different types of scams and always report fraud.


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