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LAND FOR SALE
For Sale… NE 36-38-15-W3rd, SW 36-38-15-W3rd, 290 acres cult., assessment $76,600 and $72,100. B. Domes, Biggar, 306-948-2036.


Two bdrm house for rent in Biggar. F/S/W/D. Large yard, lots of character. Close to downtown. $750 plus utilities. Call Cassie at 306-490-7368. References required.
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Spring Special--One bedroom house, washer, dryer, fridge, stove, microwave. $550 per month, one block from downtown. Available April 1st. Call 306-948-2233
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Two and three bedroom houses for rent. Close to downtown and school. Fridge and stove included. For viewing call 306-948-3674 or 306-948-9517 or 306-948-7022.
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Obituaries

Gary Donahue
April 9, 1944 - April 6, 2016
Gary Donahue was born Easter Sunday, April 9, 1944 to Ken and Mabel Donahue. He attended Alanbank School and Tweedyside dances. He discovered his love for the saxophone there. He left school to farm with his Dad.
As a child, he loved watching airplanes fly over the farm. It became his dream to fly. He would receive his pilot's licenses, join Biggar Flying Club, and crop spray. He tried gyrocopters, parasailing, and hot air ballooning. He took many people for memorable rides. Some close calls increased his faith in God. He built a ferris wheel, zipline, trampolines and go-carts. He was the oldest kid at heart. He made a lot of people happy young and old.
He married Frances Tebb. They had three children, Connie, Matt and Tanya.
He contracted at Prairie Malt, MicroGro Greenhouse, and Kinley bridge. He farmed with his daughter, Tanya. With his ingenuity, he could build and fix anything. He enjoyed playing music at church, New Horizons, Health Centre, parades and Danceland.
While in hospital, he kept busy making blueprints for his lighthouse. It is to be erected at the farm where he is buried. He showed amazing strength. He was looking forward to going home to Heaven. He had lived a full life. He realized the most important decision he ever made was accepting Jesus as his personal Lord and Saviour. That made all the difference. He was gifted, talented, and definitely one of a kind. He will be greatly missed.
Gary is survived by wife, Frances; children, Connie, Matt and Tanya; grandchildren, Kennedy, Jonathan, Abigail and Caledonia; siblings, Norma, Marie, Glenna and Frank. He was predeceased by his parents, Ken and Mabel Donahue; sisters, Rita (Bill) Clark, Bonita Hanlon; and grandson, Jacob Theriault.
A HUGE thank you to Big Rose Colony; pallbearers Danny, Johnny, Leroy and Blaine Walter, Colby Pocock, and Marcel Baht; Biggar Health Centre staff; Fred Boisvert; family and friends who helped Gary's lighthouse dream come true; Pastor Max Solbrekken, Mark Kleiner, Tom and Brenda Sibley, Jeff Longworth, Bernard Ochs, Dennis Cratty, Keith Aldridge and Caledonia for music at Gary's Celebration of Life; ushers, Don Zbeesko, Gordon Mair; Alanbank Ladies and Don Crozier, Irene and Richard Olson, Norm and Iris Tebb. Thanks to all who attended.


Miscellaneous

Old battery collection, Fisher #300 Cadet Squadron. Drop off at the Biggar Landfill OR contact Quentin Sittler at 306-658-2132
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MAIN STREET GARAGE SALE is accepting donations of all items in clean and working condition. Please phone 306-948-1773 or 306-948-5393. Pickup available.
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LOOKING TO RENT… pasture for 2016 season or possibly longer. Contact 306-296-4706 or 306-296-4530 or 306-296-7686 (cell).


2008 Cougar SRX hitch travel trailer 30 ft. rear toy hauler. Solid fibreglass body, rubber roof, deep slideout, $35,000. Phone 306-948-2081
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Coming Events

May 2 - 28: Biggar Museum & Gallery in partnership with OSAC and the Biggar & District Arts Council present the Annual Adjudicated Art Show in The Credit Union Gallery. Artists will have their works on display. The Adjudication by Carol Wylie will take place on Saturday, MAY 28 , 1:30 p.m. in The Gallery. Open Monday - Friday, 1 - 5 p.m.
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SATURDAY, MAY 24: 7 p.m., Biggar & District Family Centre Annual General Meeting, 220 Main St., Biggar. Everyone welcome.
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JUNE 3, 4 & 5: Town and Country Fair Days, parade, food, bake sales, games, church. Watch paper for further happenings or phone 306-948-6450.
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GARAGE/YARD SALEs
THURSDAY, MAY 5 and FRIDAY, MAY 6: 403 - 8th Ave. West, Biggar, 4 - 8 p.m. only!
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FRIDAY, MAY 6: 5 - 9 p.m., SATURDAY, MAY 7, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.: PALS are hosting a GARAGE SALE at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Biggar. Proceeds will be used to help kids go to camp this summer. The Force for Youth will be serving BBQ burgers Friday evening and Saturday noon. Donations for the garage sale can be made at St. Paul's by contacting Cindy Hoppe and arranging for a drop off time. Call or text 306-948-7147.


Agriculture

For Sale: Common seed oats, 93% germination, grown on breaking, no wild oats, $5/bushel; also feed oats, $3/bushel. 1-306-948-7379 or 1-306-932-7127.
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