As the year of 1995 reached June, sport and school camps were keeping locals entertained on the Eastern Eyre Peninsula.
Netball and football were in full swing, with Cowell and Cleve jostling for top spot on the Eastern Eyre Football League ladder.
Junior footballers tested their skills against the rest of the Eyre Peninsula at the Port Adelaide Cup.
Lock hosted a golf tournament, while Cleve hosted a dressage school for young horse riders.
Councils were looking at their budgets for the 1995/1996 financial year.
Local police were kept busy with a discovery of an abandoned cannabis plantation that proved dramatic when a man arrived at the scene with a shotgun.
The Cleve Area School welcomed construction of a new science laboratory.
The region welcomed several local weddings.