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Taking Care Of Business

June 16, 2016 Moving day comes down to a matter of what to keep and what to sell and what to throw away. I took part in a move recently and decided it is time to take stock of my own possessions. more »»

What Makes Iowa Unique

June 14, 2016 I never realized how difficult it could be to come up with ideas for editorials, mainly because I had never thought about them until this past year. more »»

Wash Your Hands

June 9, 2016 For what seems like an eternity, one of the big topics on the national news scene has been the issue of transgender bathrooms. more »»

Mini-Vacations In Iowa

June 7, 2016 School is out for the summer and it’s time to take a few mini-vacations around the state. more »»

Remember Messages From the Past

June 2, 2016 Over the long holiday weekend, I decided to spend some time outside enjoying the first long weekend of the summer. more »»

Urban Legends

June 1, 2016 In a conversation with friends the other day, we got talking about urban legends and the fact that for the most part, they were a bunch of bun. more »»

And So The Summer Begins

May 26, 2016 Memorial Day signals the unofficial beginning of summer. This is a time when children get out of school, except this year they have a few “snow days” to make up. more »»

Safety Tips For The First Holiday Of Summer

May 24, 2016 Memorial Day Weekend is a time when friends and family gather together for barbecues, outdoor recreation and remembering lost veterans. more »»

Graduation Day

May 19, 2016 It’s the time of the year when a full range of emotions can be found at any given instan. more »»

A Tasty Road Trip

May 17, 2016 Here is a “tasty” road trip, courtesy of Jessica O’Riley, Tourism Communications Manager, Iowa Tourism Office. more »»

Looking At The Positive Side

May 12, 2016 I’m sure there will be many that read this and not appreciate a look at the positive side of wind farms. I have lived in the area my entire life. more »»

Vacation Ideas

May 10, 2016 I can’t quite believe it was just three weeks ago that I?returned from a mini-vacation to Nashville. more »»

How Now, No Cows?

May 5, 2016 The headline caught my eye quickly – “Milk industry drying up in Northern Minnesota?” Growing up on a farm where our neighbors milked cows, I have a pretty good idea of the dairy business; spent som... more »»

How Now, No Cows?

May 5, 2016 The headline caught my eye quickly – “Milk industry drying up in Northern Minnesota?” Growing up on a farm where our neighbors milked cows, I have a pretty good idea of the dairy business; spent som... more »»

Let’s Not Lose What We Have

May 3, 2016 The last time I was at the environmental (tree) dump north of town, I counted at least a dozen plastic bags presumably filled with leaves. more »»

Always Remember, Never Forget

April 28, 2016 I have spent the last 15 years trying to disassociate myself from the emotions I felt that day. more »»

An Eye Opener

April 26, 2016 This is one of those deja`vu moments - I’m sitting at my desk, preparing to write about my vacation experience. more »»

Calling All Dreamers

April 20, 2016 Have you always wanted to start your own business? Have we got a deal for you! Dream to Reality! If you have a dream of having your own business, now is the time to make your dream come true. more »»

Creatures Of The Night

April 19, 2016 I just finished a stay at our family farm. I felt like I had forgotten the sights and sounds of the country. more »»

Promote the General Welfare

April 19, 2016 Dear Editor: These countries are not in financial trouble despite the Panama Papers. Greece was retiring people at age 55. Here are some figures from my computer. Minimum wages (in U.S. more »»

 
 
 

 

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