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Sr. Perspective November 2020

We have something special for you this month. Our Heroes Honored special section with stories from military veterans. Select the edition for your area, or check out the stories from other parts of Minnesota and North Dakota. All the local advertisers are in here along with a puzzle, jokes, recipes, and more that your friends enjoy each month.

Specially tailored to the areas from Brainerd to St. Cloud, including Little Falls, Princeton, and all the way around Mille Lacs Lake. A tale of cast-iron wrenches collected by an Upsala man since he was 14 years old. St. Cloud house provided a spooky childhood. Prairie Edition

Focusing on Willmar, Marshall, Appleton, and nearby areas. Green Feather Whist Club has been dealing up laughs and friendship since 1942. Hat Lady uses hats teach from Waterville. River Edition

Stories from Hutchinson to Mankato, even over to Waconia and Shakopee near the Twin Cities area. Waterville woman uses collection of hats to teach history, explore fashion trends and more. Military helped Hutchinson man see the world and reach goals during a life of adventure. Runestone Edition

Our first edition, started in 1993, ranges around Fergus Falls, Alexandria, Wadena, and Morris. Helping others helped a Miltona woman after her own heartbreak. Don Korkowski grew up in Millerville and Brandon then went on to a daring life as a WWII bomber. Valley Edition

Covers Fargo/Moorhead, Detroit Lakes, Park Rapids, and the good small towns in-between. Barnesville man always wanted to serve, has been honoring the fallen since 1963. Learning and teaching Scandinavian art leads to plenty of Rosemaling in Farwell.

Special stories about military veterans and their service. Heroes Honored contains stories of action serving in the U.S. military. This time read about a Dawson man who was too busy to be afraid, a Mankato man who received an artificial limb during Vietnam, plus military related jokes and trivia.

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