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Move over Park Place: Minnesota town winds up on new Monopoly board
Looking for a $1 million winner
State probes elk deaths
Minnesota man caught with meth in pocket at Dakota County courthouse
Pair who hit boy with ATV and then took off will be charged, attorney says
Annual Spring Fling Basketball Tournament this weekend
Heart O'Lakes Conference All-Stars on display in Perham
Heart O'Lakes All-Star game on Monday
BBB: Battle Lake loses leading scorer in quarterfinal win
Perham Cross Country giving back by hosting a night at the movies
JOHN A. (JACK) VASCONCELLOS, JR.
NICHOLAS BERNARD POSS
VERNALEE "BUTCH" RIEWER
Birth: Kennedy Rose Lepp
Birth: Channing Jo Collins
Birth: Simon Wiley Johnson
Birth: Keagan Gene Nelson
Births: Henri Patrick LaFond
Focus completes sales team
Grow Perham through Grow Minnesota: The Backyard
Cutting the cord: Pawlowski retires from Arvig IT after 47 years
Picturing herself holding the reins
Colorectal cancer doesn't have to be such a killer
Sports highlight community involvement, teamwork
Twine’s ‘clear’ story
Time to take a stand against distracted driving
Sewing the seeds of spring
VIDEO: EOT Relay event kicks off 2015 season
Vergas maple syrup fest is April 11
St. Henry’s School Fun Fair set for Sunday
Lakes Area Home and Cabin Show a repeat-hit
Dancers to ‘star’ in Relay fundraiser
February 20, 2014
Column: Music player skips tracks and how-to instructions
The instructions weren’t simple. They were as far away from simple as they could be. I had a cell phone now with three gigs of storage capability; why then shouldn’t I just move some music onto my phone, the better to listen to if I ever go on an airplane somewhere. That’s...
opinion / columns
February 20, 2014 - 2:06pm
December 6, 2013
Column: Cure a nosebleed.. and other home remedies
Everyone has their own home remedy. No one else’s is any good. Only your own. Peter P. lived on the farm down the road from us when we first moved here. He was old and set in his ways, and still strong at 70. “When I don’t feel good, I take a spoonful of number two fuel...
opinion / columns
December 6, 2013 - 11:04am
November 15, 2013
Column: The deer hunting spy: A shaky return to the stand after 35 years
I have not been deer hunting in 35 years. Saying that, I feel like a spy just coming out from behind enemy lines, having lived and interacted amidst a culture that revolves around The Doe, The Buck, The Hunt, The Gun, The Stand, The, The, The… A little scary. At the moment...
opinion / columns
November 15, 2013 - 9:47am
March 25, 2009
COLUMNIST: Brush hog offers ultimate guy experience
A brush hog is the common name for a large, flat, heavy-duty mower that fits on the three-point attachment behind a farm tractor, and is driven by the tractor's power take-off. They're quite handy, will mow large weeds, small trees, and gopher mounds which go through with a satisfying...
March 25, 2009 - 12:23pm
March 18, 2009
COLUMNIST: Let's all 'go do something fun'
I learn something every year. I learn over and over that words can come in handy. Sometimes. When, that is, they come in at all. Sometimes they don't come. Sometimes you despair at ever finding anything to write about, or if you do, finding the words with which to do it. I once read...
March 18, 2009 - 2:36pm
March 11, 2009
COLUMNIST: Baby pictures peering back in time
There are several pictures of my two granddaughters pasted inside the glass doors of my kitchen cabinets. They are now more or less one year old. Each time I go to fetch something from whatever cabinet, they are there peering out at me. Well, actually, they're peering at the camera,...
March 11, 2009 - 3:39pm
January 7, 2009
OPINION: Green Acres is the place to be
I'm going to start right off with some phrases here to help you decide whether or not you want to read this: "Green Acres"; "Productive vs. nonproductive"; "Agricultural homestead tax rates"; "Conservation Reserve Program"; "Green Acres eligibility"; "10 acres in production"; "Linked...
January 7, 2009 - 12:00am
December 30, 2008
COLUMNIST: Sometimes things don't make sense
"I know you don't ignore me on purpose," said the woman in my life the other day. This of course begs the question of a couple of things: First, please don't feed me home run lines like that one, because I might bust a gut swinging for the left field fence and answering that statement...
December 30, 2008 - 12:00am