Spring is definitedly here. Word has it that some people will be cleaning house and getting their yards ready for the season to come.
Mel and Berta Hokanson will be moving from Bartlett to Eden Bench. They will be renting from Carl Peterson, as Carl will soon be saying "I do" as the rumor goes.
Brithdays for this month are Marlyn Hughes, Connie Curry and Iris Mallory. A happy birthday to all of you women.
On Monday, April 21, at 9 a.m. the Wallowa County Commissioners will be here in Troy to hold their meeting at the school. One of the topics of discussion will be whether to turn over the Courtney Creek county road along the river over to local land owners.
April 21 will be a busy day at the school. It is Earth Day and they will have their pictures taken. Taking pictures of the school children again this year will be Leta Travis. She does a fantastic job and this is done as a special favor. We thank you, Leta.
On April 22 the Troy School will have the Imnaha School come to play basketball and share in the travelling American arts and crafts museum with our Troy students. Troy will supply the lunch and good times.
Carol Byers will be helping out at the school during her spring break. She has 30 years experience with grades K-3. She will be sharing her knowledge with her teacher husband and Connie.
Annie Novak has been gathering items for two of our local fighting men. They are Mary Grieve's son and Warren and robin Morris' son. Thanks to all who donated. If you have anything to send, please leave it at Shilo for Annie.
Big news: the Grizz sign is back up. The muzzleloaders will have their shoot and rendezvous the end of this month. Raffle tickets are on sale at the Shilo restaurant in Troy, six for $5. A .50 caliber Lyman rifle will be drawn for.
Al Nork was in town for a few days. He was staying up at the Brown residence.
Red is back home now, and she is back working at the Shilo.