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Inquiring Reporter: What is the first sign of spring for you?

“The beginning of spring for me is when I go get my baby chicks to begin raising my chickens. They always come right at the beginning of spring. I love my chickens. They’re like my best friends.” —Asha Willett, New Richmond1 / 6
“I’m doing a special garage sale this spring in New Richmond for our ministry, Avery’s Blanket of Love, at Solid Rock Fellowship Church on the New Richmond Garage Sale Day.” —Donna Bolles, New Richmond2 / 6
“Ever since I was a kid, it’s when the pussy willows start coming out usually around the end of March first part of April. That’s the first sign of spring for me.” —Douglas Schmidt, New Richmond3 / 6
“Warmer temps, sun and mud. We definitely know it’s spring when we see mud. Mud everywhere, mud puddles playing outside with the kids.” —Heather McAbee, Woodville4 / 6
“The first sign of spring for me is when my husband Tom takes off his long underwear.” —Jody Green, Osceola5 / 6
“Watching people drive around town with their windows down.” —Mike Hagness, Somerset6 / 6

“The beginning of spring for me is when I go get my baby chicks to begin raising my chickens. They always come right at the beginning of spring. I love my chickens. They’re like my best friends.”

—Asha Willett, New Richmond

“I’m doing a special garage sale this spring in New Richmond for our ministry, Avery’s Blanket of Love, at Solid Rock Fellowship Church on the New Richmond Garage Sale Day.”

—Donna Bolles, New Richmond

“Ever since I was a kid, it’s when the pussy willows start coming out usually around the end of March first part of April. That’s the first sign of spring for me.”

—Douglas Schmidt, New Richmond

“Warmer temps, sun and mud. We definitely know it’s spring when we see mud. Mud everywhere, mud puddles playing outside with the kids.”

—Heather McAbee, Woodville

“The first sign of spring for me is when my husband Tom takes off his long underwear.”

—Jody Green, Osceola

“Watching people drive around town with their windows down.”

—Mike Hagness, Somerset

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