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Pa Krzmarzick in the big city

August 27, 2014 So, I don’t get off the farm much. When I do, sometimes I feel like I’m in a “Ma and Pa Kettle” movi. more »»

 
 
 
Community support for schools humbling

August 16, 2014 I am humbled by the community support of the school district building referendum. more »»

Watching corn grow can be nerve-wracking

August 13, 2014 A few weeks ago, I went with friends to Cedar Rapids for some minor league baseball. The bar-hopping was major league. more »»

The future’s a lot to think about

July 30, 2014 This coming Sunday is Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s Summer Festival. When our kids were young, the three most anticipated days of the year were Christmas, Easter, and the Church Festiva. more »»

Plight of immigrants demands response

July 20, 2014 Comprehensive immigration reform is a moral imperative, and one which should not be delayed any longer. more »»

Glory Days on the bench

July 16, 2014 Johnson Park, May 1973. St. Mary’s vs. Cathedral, another match in that grand rivalry. Coaches Moe Moran vs. Stan Wilfahrt, the De Smet Conference title on the line. more »»

Why do we report the bad news?

July 6, 2014 There comes a time for every community newspaper when bad news happens. more »»

The sounds we grew up with

July 2, 2014 I still have the 1977 Chevy Scottsdale pickup truck that my dad bought new. Lots of its pieces and parts have been replaced. more »»

Newspaper trends and the industry’s future

June 25, 2014 By Caroline Little NAA president & CEO The newspaper industry has transformed in a way that we could not have imagined just a decade ago. more »»

Blame nature for climate change

June 24, 2014 To the editor: I agree with the June 12, (‘Are CO2 regs worth the economic cost?) in that the EPA’s new regulations calling for a substantial reduction in carbon dioxide emissions from stationary... more »»

Blossom like you’re young

June 18, 2014 There are three old apple trees behind our house. They look tough. I’ve cut some dead branches back, but now probably half of the remaining branches are lifeless with dried bark peeling away. more »»

 
 

 

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