Hold on to your train tickets and railroad caps – this weekend is the culmination of months of preparation for the Golden Spike and Corinne City 150th anniversary of the driving of the Golden Spike in Promontory, Utah.

Although the residents of Corinne and surrounding areas may be trapped in their own driveways due to the traffic, we are proud to be part of the whole thing. A catered dinner will be held at the Flack Park on the May 9-10. Tickets available at City Hall. Tours and Historical paraphernalia will be available to see at the Mason Lodge and city hall.

Corinne pageant will be presented all weekend. Tickets on line. It will be so fun to participate in these once in a century (lifetime) activities. Gratitude is expressed to all those with the foresight to arrange these things for us.

Election time is here as well, anyway, the time to declare your candidacy is here. Three city council members seats will be open at the end of year – Kelly Donovan, Ann Whitaker and Trever Cottam. Time to do your part in the advancement of Corinne City to its best. Contact city hall immediately for an application as the deadline is between June 3-7 to file your intention.

And, the end of the school year is looming on the horizon. Century School’s calendar is brimming with fun things for students. On Friday, May 16, weather person ell representing “Good 4 Utah” will be on campus taking photos, doing weather reports, and also teaching weather facts to fourth graders.

City clean up is May 15-20.

The community offers sympathy and condolences to the Ferry family as Suzy Ferry passed away last week.

Corinne pageant will be presented May 9, 10 and 11. Pre-show events and goodies will available prior show time at 8 p.m. Tickets can be obtained online, through committee members Beulah Wells and Margie Mills and also at the door. It will be so fun to participate in these once in a century (lifetime) activities. Gratitude is expressed to all those with the foresight to arrange these things for us.