Wake Up, Wimmera: July 22

PIC OF THE DAY. Send your photos of the Wimmera to newsdesk@mailtimes.com.au or tag us on Instagram @wimmeramailtimes and use the hashtag #wakeupwimmera to have your pic included! Picture: STUART MILLS

PIC OF THE DAY. Send your photos of the Wimmera to newsdesk@mailtimes.com.au or tag us on Instagram @wimmeramailtimes and use the hashtag #wakeupwimmera to have your pic included! Picture: STUART MILLS

WEATHER

The cold weather is bound to end at some point, but not today. A frosty morning will develop into a cold but sunny day. A maximum temperature of 14 degrees is forecast with some light winds.

FIVE YEARS AGO

A ROCKHAMPTON pilot who made an emergency landing in a paddock at Kanagulk on Sunday has revealed it was his third lucky escape this year. Motorcycle mechanic Karlis Gugis, 35, was 10 minutes into a flight from Casterton to Horsham when his light plane began losing power.

LUCKY: Rockhampton pilot Karlis Guglis with his crashed plane. Picture: KAYLENE MAILES

LUCKY: Rockhampton pilot Karlis Guglis with his crashed plane. Picture: KAYLENE MAILES

QUOTE OF THE DAY

"The drugs become an addiction and because of that, they turn to crime to feed their habit." - Leading Senior Constable Gary Gleeson speaking about the impact of the drug ice on rural communities ahead of a forum on ice in Hopetoun next month.

TOP STORIES

TOP PRODUCER: The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria has named Telangatuk East farmer Daniel Rogers Australian Young Sheep Breeder of the Year. Mr Rogers, left, is pictured with judge Kevin Beaton at the Balmoral Show last year, where he won the junior sheep judging competition. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

TOP PRODUCER: The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria has named Telangatuk East farmer Daniel Rogers Australian Young Sheep Breeder of the Year. Mr Rogers, left, is pictured with judge Kevin Beaton at the Balmoral Show last year, where he won the junior sheep judging competition. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Telangatuk East sheep producer Daniel Rogers always knew he wanted to work at a sheep stud.

Two Horsham mothers are making a stand against the Federal Government's treatment of asylum seekers.

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