Not much to talk about but the weather and the virus. I’d rather talk about weather. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday were in the low 20’s early in the morning and we still have that gosh darn wind. Friday was down to 15 degrees early and started snowing late in the day and all night. Woke up Saturday morning to 5 inches of snow on the ground. Enough for the plow to go through early. Was wet and heavy. Sunday was down to 19 degrees, but did warm up to 62 degrees in the afternoon and that felt good. Lots of sunshine and wind, but not as bad as the other days. We’re really due for some nice weather and hope we get it. About time Mother Nature says enough is enough and will send some sunshine and warmth.
We have another animal to add to our little zoo of critters. A red fox was seen by many over the weekend. When I first saw it, I didn’t want to believe it, but then when I heard others saw it, I knew it had to be.
Sympathy from the community to the family of Dorothy (McCobin) Kocher who passed away on the 13th of April. From what I was told she lived in Lopez many years and was the valedictorian for her high school senior class in 1947. She most recently was living in Florida.
Happy Birthday wishes to send to Katherine (Kapler) Applegate, 25th; Mickey Mowery, 26th; David Spinosa, 28th; and Abby Matychak, 30th. Hope you all have the best day.
Since we’re under this Stay at Home rule, don’t see too many people around. I did see quite a few daffodils that have come up, to be covered with snow. Hope they will spring back.
Guess that’s it for now. Enjoy your week. Time to get out and get some of that fresh air. Have news call me at 570-928-9238; mail me; call me or e-mail me at news@lopezpa. I’ll get it in for you. Thanks for reading and I’ll be here next time.
NOTE: HERE IS ONE PAGE FROM A PLAY DONE A LONG TIME AGO.