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The terms “White Supremacy” or “White Supremacist” have been tossed around a lot since the election of Donald Trump. I think I have a handle on the meaning of racism. For example, in the early 1970s the African American cleaning women who cleaned the office of the sawmill I worked in weren’t...
On September 27, 2016, I put a slice of store bought bread in my frig to prove that the preservatives and refrigeration do what they are intended to do. The slice of bread from over a year ago still shows no sign of mold, STILL! Though it is a bit dried out, it would still be edible as toast but I...
Pastor Noah was up for communion, the October birthdays were celebrated with cake and live music by Tony, apple bars and whipped topping were served at the Coffee Social. Thanks to the volunteers for spending Sunday with the residents and treating them to a game of Bingo, homemade bread was a treat...
As the cold winter temperature start to settle in, many wildlife species will be looking for high energy food sources. If you would like to provide a food source for wildlife consider planting a food plot or leaving crop as a food plot. This is a much better and safer method to feed wildlife than...
The Todd County Historical Society met on Monday, October 2 at 7 p.m. in the museum.  The Secretary’s Report was read and approved.  The Treasurer’s Report was approved. De’s Museum Report: • Thanks to everyone who helped at the waffle breakfast. We served 162 people. • Quarterly taxes are done and...
The cold weather is inevitable from this point on in the season which then is a good indication that homemade soups would be appreciated. Come on face it, soup really does a body good on a cold day. Even when we burn our lips and tongues due to not being able to wait for it to cool down. So for the...
The apple pie/dessert contest was a huge success -- thanks to all who participated and Jeff L., Andrea E. and Art M. for judging.  The judges had a hard job deciding on the winners. Everything was delicious! First place went to Barb Sand and her apple pie, second place went to Bonnie Clasemann and...
Breast Cancer Awareness Other than skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women. Getting mammograms regularly can lower the risk of dying from breast cancer. The United States Preventive Services Task Force recommends that if you are 50 to 74 years old, be sure to have...
It was last Thursday, and the three Munks were waiting for me. They all seemed a bit upset since I had not talked to them for a few weeks. Munk Two spoke right up first. He said he was concerned about all the birds that had been coming and going to and from the feeder the past two weeks. I told him...
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