THROWBACK THURSDAY: February 27-March 5, 1998 Feb. 27, 2014, 6 a.m.Tweet Print Story Take a trip down memory lane on the Border in the week that was from 1998. THROWBACK THURSDAY: February 27-March 5, 1998 Click or flick across for more pictures from this week in 1998.Don Chambers with the winning Tokay at the Rosewood Winery.Gippsland Falcons' Luke Cheney keeps the ball away from Albury-Wodonga Warriors' Neil Waddington.Trainer Jack Treptow with pacer Breeny Boy was preparing for the Albury Pacers CupDeanna and Herbert Coyle with what is left of their car after it was stolen.Chris Taylor for SS&A is a picture of concentration as he lines up the kitty in the match against Culcairn.Dawn Leahy and Dianne Freyer from Campbells Winery, looking forward to the Tastes Of Rutherglen weekend. Canberra Raiders star Ricky Stuart.Emergency crews sealed off the area after a chemical leak at Winton.Darryl Kuhn of the Albury Rotaract Club watches one of the ducks go through its paces in preparation for the big duck race that will raise money for the Albury Red Cross.Bryden Atkins, 6, gears up for the Chiltern Rodeo. Debbie Atkins on 'Wacey' trying out some calf roping ahead of the Chiltern Rodeo.The Albury City Band's last evening recital for the season was at Merced Park in Baranbale Way, Springdale Heights. Three of the band's members are the Church sisters - Janine, 15, on trombone, Cherie, 12, on trumpet and Alison, 14, on clarinet.Chief Ranger of Parks Victoria Bob Jones at Mt Buffalo.Driver John Hinrich in his Lotus 7 gets ready for the Dutton Grand Prix rally.Tony Plowman listens to protesters outside his Wodonga office during a teacher strike.A Boston bomber is transported through Albury on its way to the Pt Cook RAAF musuem. Bandits star Ryan Pepper drives to the basket against the Canberra Gunners.Ahead of the Mighty Mitta Muster. Kevin Giltrap cracking the whip on his horse.Local government minister Rob Maclellan at Beechworth's Lake Sambell.Canberra Raiders coach Mal Meninga.Vicki McKoy, a Howlong artist, will be the feature artist at the Holy Spirit school art and craft exhibition/sale.Nerita Taylor, 19, was in the mood for the first day of autumn in Australia Park.Canberra Raiders vs Melbourne Storm at Lavington Sports CLub. David Furner sends Melbourne's Ben Roarty to the groundAlbury Rams Murray Eames tangles with Wagga Brothers' Carl Farrell.Canberra Raiders vs Melbourne Storm at the Lavington Sports Club. Todd Payten manages to geet his pass away despite the attentions of Rodney Howe.Wagga Brothers' Edward Lander tries to shrug off Albury Rams' Mark Purtell.Wodonga Raiders recruit Jason Lappin. Troy Morey and Brett Morey of Albury will compete in the Eastern Region Carting SeriesRacing driver Brad Jones is off to the Melbourne Grand Prix.Pauline Hanson during her visit to Albury.Protestors gather to listen to Pauline Hanson during her visit to Albury.Ange Nichols,16, of Catholic College Wodonga carries the hopes of many girls at the college that a girls football team will be allowed.Fisheries and Wildlife Officer Greg Brodie checks a fish caught by Scott Lawry, 16, of Albury, who was fishing with his father, John, at Dartmouth Dam.Laurie Daley, Canberra Raiders captain.The cyclists rounding the Macauley St-Wilson St corner in the Soden's Hotel City Centre cycle race.Lisa Curry-Kenny at the Cumberoona after her talk at the AICUM Conference.Lisa Curry-Kenny at the Cumberoona after her talk at the AICUM Conference.Emergency crews rinse off after a chemical leak at Winton.One of the four car bodies recovered from Wodonga Creek.Graeme and Ros Ridgeway have had a change of lifestyle. Retiring from a life of business (Graeme) and teaching (Ros) they have set up three bed and breakfast cottages. Start of the last race in the aquathon series at water parklands.Melbourne Storm coach Chris Anderson at Lavington Sports Oval.This beautiful little alpaca was born just 30 minutes before this picture was taken. The unnamed alpaca weighed in at around 7kgs and stood, shakily, about 80cm high. Dealing with the millennium bug. Pictured is Peter Lamb, acting head of the School of Business, La Trobe University Albury-Wodonga, Leo O'Reilly, lecturer in accounting, School of Business, and Angela Dwyer, lecturer in law, School of Business.Wodonga Swimming Pool. 50th Anniversary Relay Carnival. O+M Swimming Association. Winner of the 50m backstroke female 14 years & under. Jenny Burston of Ace Lavington.TweetFacebook of ╳exitClick or flick across for more pictures from this week in 1998.