Opinion

As summer leaves the stage, there are some beautiful rewards for those who have tilled and toiled in the garden.  The endless days of lugging buckets of water to the beds during the very dry month of June and most of July, is past, but not forgotten.  The fruits of our labor are lying undern…

A few weeks ago I told you all of the adventure I had using a push mower for the first time. I then told you about the horror movie set I created in our yard with a chainsaw on a stick. Well, no sooner had I sent that chainsaw column and pages off to the printer did I find myself parked on t…

In my life I have done quite a few things I never thought I would be able to do. I drove a 20-year-old car across Canada, down to Pensylvania and back home to Minnesota with no mishaps or needed car maintenance. I learned how to operate a snow blower and a push lawn mower. I have used a spee…

Once upon a time, I was part of a set of students working for the university I attended. As part of any of our trainings there was always a set of activities at the beginning, called ice breakers. These short tasks, questions or activities were designed to get folks talking and interacting. 

Obituaries

David Allan Hambly, 67, resident of Sturgeon Lake, died on Aug…

Lois Margaret (Raymond) Siemer, 78, passed away on August 27, …

Thomas Gresczyk age 70 of Long Beach, California died Sunday, …

Paul Elwood Jacobson, 84, resident of Moose Lake, was born on …

Robyn (Robb) Lee Anderson, 73, of Finlayson, passed away Augus…

Billy McKee, 83, resident of Moose Lake, passed away December …

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David Paul Larson, 78, Hibbing, died Friday, August 14, 2020 i…

Joan “Joann” Hahn, 82, of Moose Lake, died peacefully on Tuesd…