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Cooking - 70 Years Ago

June 7, 2019 Barb Currans’ 1948 cookbook “What’s Cookin’??in Palo Alto County” was published by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary #2295, Emmetsburg. The book is in remarkable condition. more »»

Cookbook Lore

May 31, 2019 There are those who collect cookbooks and those who read cookbooks and there are those who cook with cookbooks. Those of us who are “non-cooks” fit all three categories at one time or another. more »»

Make It OK! It Starts With You

May 29, 2019 Depression might be more common than you think There are 19 million Americans living with depression, and it affects everyone differently. more »»

New Cookbook Is A Great Read

May 16, 2019 Every once in a while you come across a treasure worth sharing. The Gluten-Free Grains cookbook is written by Quelcy Kogel, daughter of Regina and Doug Kogel of Emmetsburg. more »»

May is Mental Health Awareness Month Let’s Make It OK

May 14, 2019 I’ve written a few times about my son’s struggle with mental health issue. more »»

Feeling Inadequate Seven Strategies to Silence Your Inner Critic

May 7, 2019 As my own worse critic, I understand the feeling of inadequacy and that little voice inside your head that only feeds the fire making it all the worse. more »»

English is NOT The Official Language of the United States

May 1, 2019 Surfing the Web can take a person to strange places and it can also teach someone a great deal. Personally, I like the sites that are full of history. more »»

Common Oxymorons Contradicting Words

April 25, 2019 Have you ever thought about some of the figures of speech you use or have used throughout life. more »»

Easter Pets

April 19, 2019 Visiting with an area farmer recently, he related having chickens on the farm. His children routinely collect the eggs and they have enough to share with family and friends. more »»

Think Iowa Is Boring Stay Awhile

April 17, 2019 Every year, newspapers and magazines (especially in big cities on the east coast come out with their 10-this or that state. more »»

April Showers or Snow Showers

April 12, 2019 “April showers bring May flowers.” Little blue scilla are showing their blooms. A day or two of warm Spring weather helped bring their little faces out in the open. The tulips are budding, too. more »»

Are You Really Happy or Simply Pretending?

April 9, 2019 We’ve all come across those people, the ones who are just overflowing with happiness and cheerfulness. The kind of people I look at and think, “No one can be that happ. more »»

Stopping a Mosquito Outbreak

April 3, 2019 Finally, signs of the changing season is all around us. The days are longer. The temperature is rising, The robins are back. Yep, spring is here. more »»

E15 Rule Change

March 29, 2019 For some years, the Environmental Protection Agency has banned the sale of gasoline with a blend of 15 percent ethanol — E15 — during the summer. more »»

The Complete Story of Pocahontas

March 26, 2019 Editor’s Note: This is part 2 of the complete story of pocahontas. It is a continuation from Tuesday, March 19. more »»

The Madness Of March

March 22, 2019 March is a crazy month - “madness” if you will. We start the third month of each year either coming in like a lamb or a lion. Next, Daylight Savings time begins and throws us all off kilter. more »»

The Complete Story of Pocahontas

March 19, 2019 Editor’s note: This is part one of a two part editorial due to its length. Look for Part 2 in the March 26 Reporter. more »»

Traditional Irish Foods

March 13, 2019 My last editorial regarding St. Patrick’s Day and the Irish is looking at traditional Irish food, which you may or may not have heard o. more »»

What Are We Teaching Our Kids?

March 8, 2019 Recently, I came across a list titled “40 Things To Teach Your Kids.” Quite frankly, I thought everyone was teaching their children these basics of life. more »»

The Traditional Color of St. Patrick’s Day

March 5, 2019 This is the second editorial that I am looking at traditions of St. Patrick’s Day. Last week I learned that St. Patrick wasn’t even Irish and that there have never been snakes in Irelan. more »»

 
 
 

 

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