St. Patrick’s Day came early

St. Patrick's Day came early with a mystical rainbow gracing the skies over the northern part of the County of Paintearth along Highway 36 between Castor and Alliance. This week gave a few showers as temperatures reached a high of +6C which made for favourable rainbow-making conditions including Thurs. Jan. 20. The rain Jan. 20 caused a great deal of hazards on the roads including a jack-knifed rig north of Brownfield on Highway 872 at the Battle River. ECA Review/T.Huxley
Written by Terri Huxley

St. Patrick’s Day came early with a mystical rainbow gracing the skies over the northern part of the County of Paintearth along Highway 36 between Castor and Alliance. This week gave a few showers as temperatures reached a high of +6C which made for favourable rainbow-making conditions including Thurs. Jan. 20. The rain Jan. 20 caused a great deal of hazards on the roads including a jack-knifed rig north of Brownfield on Highway 872 at the Battle River.

ECA Review/T.Huxley

About the author

Terri Huxley

Terri grew up on a grain farm near Drumheller, Alberta with an eye for the beautiful and uncharted. Living in such a unique and diverse area has helped her become the photographer and reporter she is today.

Coming from the East Central region getting this newspaper on her dinner table growing up, it helped her understand the community she now serves.

In May 2019, Terri was awarded Alberta Weekly Newspaper Association (AWNA) Canada's Energy Citizens Photographic Awards Sports Action – First Place as well as first for the same sports action image nationally with the Canadian Community Newspaper Association (CCNA). Fast forward to 2020, she has won second in the same category for the AWNA.