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America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education

March 19, 2013 Farmers in 1,271 counties across 39 states have the opportunity to grow the next generation by nominating a rural, public school district to apply for a grant of up to $25,000. more »»

Unfavorable Conditions

March 14, 2013 As I left the Junior Miss Shamrock Pageant on Sunday, I was greeted with heavy snowfall, blowing wind and slippery streets. more »»

No Big Secret

March 12, 2013 Even though I spend a lot of time at a computer in the course of a day’s work, I also spend my fair share of time at home surfing the web, looking for column ideas and such. more »»

Spring Break

March 7, 2013 Will you be taking a spring break this year? March seems to be the time of year to head out for a little respite for those suffering from Cabin Fever. more »»

Women’s History Month

March 5, 2013 I received yet another “Going Away Party” invite in my email inbox the other day. Typically this would be disappointing to see another good friend move away but this year has been different. more »»

Sequester

February 28, 2013 At the risk of sounding like an extremist, I’m going to lay an idea out for your consideration. For the last few weeks, the new catchphrase coming out of our nation’s capital has been “Sequester. more »»

A Time To Look To The Future

February 26, 2013 Predictions of winter storms had us all a little skittish last Thursday. Events were cancelled and others postponed. Some schools even sent students home early, trying to beat the weather. more »»

The Family Tree

February 21, 2013 I was up at the courthouse recently gathering information for a story when it dawned on me I had never physically researched public records that weren’t already on the web. more »»

We’re Fighting Back

February 19, 2013 The announcement was a shock in itself in the sporting world – the International Olympic Committee announcing its plans to discontinue the sport of Wrestling at the Summer Olympics. more »»

Tomorrow’s Leaders Making A Difference

February 14, 2013 Five outstanding, young Emmetsburg residents were honored at the Chamber Banquet last Friday night. Four of the five returned “home” to Emmetsburg to be in business and raise their familie. more »»

The Proposal

February 12, 2013 One of my first missions when I got to town was scouting out the local shops. I had heard stores like ETC and A Heavenly Celebration were popular places for bridal registrie. more »»

Twinkie Come Back!

February 7, 2013 It’s been a tough few months if you’re a fan of those old childhood favorites – Hostess snacks. Most specifically, Twinkies, Cupcakes, Ho-Ho’s and Fruit Pies. more »»

Lights Out

February 5, 2013 A power failure at the Super Dome in New Orleans was the ultimate Super Bowl malfunction. Janet Jackson’s costume malfunction can now be ranked second place. more »»

Do-It-Yourself

January 31, 2013 Many of you are probably familiar with the popular photo sharing website, Pinterest. more »»

Busy Busy Busy

January 29, 2013 It doesn’t seem possible that January has almost come to an end and that February is just a couple of days away. more »»

Get Cooking

January 24, 2013 What better way is there to stay warm than to heat up the kitchen? So let’s get cooking. It was chili weekend last Saturday and Sunda. more »»

Pay it Forward

January 22, 2013 I have witnessed several instances this winter where people are paying it forward. Some are old tricks while others are completely new ideas to m. more »»

Check, Please!

January 17, 2013 Every so often you hear how this is “such and such” week, or “National doo-dah Day”, as it seems that just about every occupation, cause or whatchmacallit has a special observance all of its own. more »»

Tell Me A Story

January 15, 2013 The title of the article:?“Author Claims Children Are Good Writers Before Born...” An interesting concept, perhaps something of a stretch. more »»

Cleaning and Quilting

January 10, 2013 One of my favorite tasks before moving was cleaning out our house as we started to pack. Call me crazy but I’ve always been a very organized person. more »»

 
 
 

 

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