By Dean Midyette
Another April Fools has come and gone and we at The Pioneer hope that you enjoyed this years silliness.
To set the record straight, we start with one of the stories in the RCMP report in which an 18-wheeler ended up on top of Mount Swansea, complete with (photoshopped) picture.
Canal Flats announced that it would be installing traffic lights and that wont be happening anytime soon.
Our Page Six editorial dealt with the upcoming Sasquatch Centennial, a play on Canadas 150th birthday, also known as the sesquicentennial. No bathing in creeks or foraging for grubs will be needed.
The story on Page 10 discussed a bylaw passed by the District of Invermere council banning the wearing of pyjamas in public. This couldnt be true, otherwise mayor and council would have to begin dressing appropriately for their weekly meetings.
The Invermere Library supplied a prankish article announcing that you could choose the books you wanted the library to keep as it moves into the new community centre not true.
Finally, we announced that our Cheers and Jeers section would be discontinued. While longtime editor Nicole Trigg has resigned her position, the Cheers and Jeers are here to stay or are they?
To see our contest winners check out the announcement on Page 26 and tune in to turn the pages on March 30th, 2018 when our next April Fools edition launches. Were already planning