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It's not just a season Five a.m. this is when Christmas begins in my childhood home. I have always been a sucker for Christmastime. The tree, the lights, the joy that fills even the darkest days. … more
Dear Editor, The overwhelming hatred many citizens have towards Trump amazes and bewilders me. Yes, he is a sinner (who is not), he is a Christian, (how many former Presidents would admit that?) … more
The tales our trash tells Archaeologists can learn much about ancient cultures from pottery shards and other remnants of the trash of former peoples. Likewise, today’s trash reveals much … more
Broken Dishes Dishes are so expensive these days. With the rising cost of products being imported from other countries, I find replacing broken dishes is a very expensive chore, one I cannot … more
On pins and needles There are two kinds of people in the world: grown-ups and fraidy-cats who are scared of needles. I am in that second group. Something happened yesterday that “outed” me … more
I enjoy cowboy poetry. I reckon this is because I was weaned on 1950s Western TV shows and cap pistols, not because I grew up a cowboy. I did once shake hands with Rex Allen, and more than a … more
With just a few days until the rabbit and squirrel seasons close and before the trout parks open on the first of March for catch and keep season, this is an excellent time for the outdoorsman to take … more
Where has the time gone? What happened to the young red-haired young man I found in Waikiki? After 40 years, he is still here, making my life easy, plentiful and full of fun. Waikiki? Of course, … more
Despite the challenges we have faced since early 2020, a few glimmers of hope are appearing that could turn 2021 in a much better direction. Some of these glimmers could grow into long-term victories … more
As a weekly newspaper editor, I always thought it incumbent to write something on every holiday or national observance that rolled around. I had no trouble writing about Christmas, Easter, … more
With the specter of treacherous winter road conditions on my mind this time of year, I am mindful of a time when hardly anyone had a four-wheel-drive pickup. Virtually everything on the road was … more
Dear Editor,The Trent-Sallee American Legion Post 230 and Auxiliary, Stockton, wish to thank everyone who contributed to the success of our recent blood drives. We appreciate the Cedar County … more
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