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Hobbies come in all shapes and sizes. Some people hunt, some fish, some like to shop, while others enjoy golfing, knitting or cooking. If you are Jim Childers of Nimrod,...
I do not smoke or drink coffee so every once in a while I hop onto www.pinterest.com and call it my "Pinterest at work" break. If you are not familiar with Pinterest, it is an online place to share craft, decorating, food, travel, clothing, hair and makeup — basically anything. You can save ideas (pins) on your boards for future reference. Every so often I find a really good one and try it out at work.
If you’ve been in Ben Franklin on Jefferson Street in Wadena, you’ve seen they are proudly displaying their laundry – and for a very good cause. During the entire month...
Are you like me, too frozen to put much thought into Valentine’s Day plans this year? Or maybe you just aren’t sure what would really blow the socks off your...
If you are like me, you have a freezer full of meat that your fall hunters and/or winter fishermen brought home or maybe it is game you bagged yourself. I have grouse, pheasant, wild turkey, fish and deer wrapped up all nice and neat waiting to be used for dinner that night. Since I grew up eating wild game, I've obtained quite a collection of recipes and ideas on how to cook it.
Newlywed couple Kayla (Wegscheid) and Adam Hanson welcomed identical triplet daughters on June 21. Their names are Brooklyn Hope, Mackenzie Faith and Zoey Grace. Maternal grandparents are the late Greg Wegscheid and Brenda (Skalman) (Wegscheid) Coile - both graduated from Wadena High School and their great grandmother is Nellie Wegscheid. Odds of having identical triplets is anywhere from 1:10,000,000 to 1:100,000,000.
Every year on the last day of December many of us pick a few things to improve starting the next day. We are only two weeks into 2014 so New Year's resolutions are (hopefully) still going strong. I've picked a few of the most common - drop a few pounds, eat more fruits and vegetables, get to the gym more and to be diligent about bulking up our savings account.
I knew being a rancher (and I use that word loosely) would be hard. I knew death would be part of this venture; I'm all too familiar with the circle of life. I thought I was ready...I was wrong.
Back in October I was in Alexandria for a training class. Before heading home I looked at my cell phone and saw I had forgotten to turn the ringer back on. I had four missed calls from my dad. Instant fear set in. What was wrong? You don't call someone four times if everything is okay.
You’ve probably walked or driven by 220 Jefferson Street South, the building nestled between The Uptown and Commercial Apartments, hundreds of times, and if you are like me, you didn’t...