Stars and Stingers: Apr. 10

A dump of stinky stingers to whoever throws their garbage over the side of Moberly Brand Road. Such thoughtless stupidity is disgusting.

  • Apr. 10, 2013 6:00 a.m.

Stars to John and Renee Mierhouse. Happy Trails for donating a cross country ski trainer to Special Olympics B.C. in Golden.

Stars to Spencer, Chris and all of the volunteers for putting together a great ball.

Stingers to the two girls on April 2 who let both of their dogs crap, while on leashes, in front of my business doors. Shame on you for not cleaning it up. You know who you are and so do I thanks to my cctv.

Stingers to the people that drive their ATVs on pristine river beds, i.e the Blaeberry River, ignoring the government posted signs, destroying the ecological integrity of the flora and fauna, destroying the salmon breeding spots and the flowers. And not to mention the horrible noise pollution they create.

Stars to Darren from the Golden Bakery and to Visey from the Gear exchange for their assistance and phone numbers.

A dump of stinky stingers to whoever throws their garbage over the side of Moberly Brand Road. Such thoughtless stupidity is disgusting.

Stars to all the voters who made a dream a reality.

Stars to all the people who ended the ski season with a very cold bath at the resort.

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