It was a festive atmosphere in May back in 1993.
School students participated in the 'Come Out' festival with a variety of activities.
Childcare was on the radar for local families, with demand increasing for the service as more parents worked or required time to themselves.
Two months after the 1993 Federal Election, newly elected Member for Grey Barry Wakelin of the Liberal Party was shown celebrating in his hometown of Kimba.
The region enjoyed a couple of notable visits in the month of May.
Lydia Hazelman travelled all the way from Western Samoa to meet with women in the region and share crafts from across the world.
Mrs Australia also came to town to sash a local entrant to the competition.
Plenty of weddings were celebrated on the pages of the Tribune through the month.