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  • Country Gardens: Squash season is here+

    Squash is a wonderful fall staple. Most squash are fairly large and more than enough for one or two. Why not try growing...

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    Family takes on Alzheimer’s together+

    Living at the lake is “just another day in paradise”. That’s the favorite saying of Duane Wachholz, 76, who lives on Roy Lake near...

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    The Craft Nook: Make your pumpkin shine+

    Fall is here, there is a chill in the air and there is an abundance of pumpkins around.  You can find them at...

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    Artist strikes chord with new guitar project+

    Art Norby paints a skyscape, which will eventually become split into several puzzle pieces. He   The original idea was to do a painted...

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    ‘Master potter’ teaches his craft, and much more+

    Richard Bresnahan has had many honors and accomplishments in his years as artist-in-residence at Saint John’s University, Collegeville, and Saint Benedict’s University, St. Joseph....

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    Help is on the way+

    St. Cloud woman helping people of Guatemala through MESSAGE program. “She went to Guatemala to volunteer for one year and she stayed for four years,”...

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    Badlands actually good land for wheelchair riders+

    The spectacular views that draw around a million people a year to the South Dakota Badlands are also what make the area an ideal...

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    Making a difference+

    Retired teacher and cancer survivor working hard to improve her community. Bonnie Cumberland just keeps on giving.  Even though she has been retired from teaching...

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    Grandmas save beach+

    Ladies take action, revive Lake Charlotte Beach. Turn east on the south edge of Long Prairie and follow the road as it curves around Lake...

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    Going the distance+

    Descendant of mail carrier retraces footsteps from Fort Ridgely to New Ulm. Editor’s Note – Sr. Perspective writer Steve Palmer completed a 20-mile walk...

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    In cahoots with coots+

    Ashby sportsman’s club celebrates unique bird. In the small community of Ashby there resides a unique sportsman’s club known to the area as “Coots Unlimited.”...

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