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Lots of talk about the quality of the presidential candidates lately. If you think about the subterranean level the current occupant lowered the bar to, it’s no surprise. It is a very strange year though. Seems like on the democrat side, the only democrat (Webb) dropped out almost immediately. The...
Did you know they dedicated a whole month and separate day to Oatmeal? Sort of makes you wonder who “they” are and if perhaps “they” should find a more meaningful line of work. Anyhow, January was National Oatmeal Month and October 29th is National Oatmeal Day. So why write about oatmeal now?...
Our Week in Review The week started out cold but we were heated up by some lively music by the Country Couple, then on Wednesday we played Bingo, got together for Stations of the Cross and Bible study. Card Sharks was a hit, we had Trivia about the states- Capitals and nicknames, bowled, and the...
Sometimes doing a little bit of research can really open your eyes. Never assume what a food product’s front label says is the whole story. “Assuming” (in all aspects of life) is generally where issues arise. Lets talk about dough, crescent dough to be exact. Have you ever purchased a tube of that...
The following are descriptions of the events Todd County Health and Human Services has available for the public followed by a schedule in order by date. IMMUNIZATION CLINICS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY - FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE Available vaccines at our clinics are listed below.  They are for all ages...
The American Legion Auxiliary of Post 12 met on Monday, February 15, at 7 p.m. with President Marge Gadbow calling the meeting to order with 11 members present. Chaplain Lois Boyer read a prayer followed by a moment of silence for our fallen heroes. The Pledge of Allegiance and Preamble to the...
Our Week In Review Another busy week- we are always up to something.  Susan and the crafting class got together and made the cutest bunnies out of washcloths, we were treated to pizza from Griff’s to go along with Bingo, a lively game of Beat The Dice took place, Dietary served a special meal for...
The 2-19-16 Readers Write section of the Star Tribune Has a prime example of what the editorial board and pages of this paper routinely does. They take the letter that most represents the editorial boards far left agenda, give it a larger font, give it top page location and maybe some graphics if...
CHILD AND TEEN CHECKUPS How is your child’s health? Regular checkups help to spot problems early on. If you have Medical Assistance, members’ births through age 20 years are eligible for Child and Teen Checkups (C&TC). C&TC health checks are a comprehensive health screening. A C&TC...
Have you heard about the “other” B Vitamin??  “B”acon  has become somewhat of a supplement to better our meals in many ways. Bacon is simply not just for breakfast anymore. The Bacon craze has been in full swing for a number years already and even with people making healthier choices, more and more...

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