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Conservation Client Gateway is a new NRCS secure web application that provides individual landowners and land users the option to request conservation technical and financial assistance from NRCS. Through the Client Gateway, you will be able to: •Request help on a natural resource issue or request...
Continuing on with the February Bread topic, lets talk Soda Bread. Soda bread is different from most breads we know because it is prepared by substituting baking soda for yeast in a traditional bread recipe.  It’s very simple to make and quite inexpensive due to the minimal ingredients. Soda Bread...
Creating home grown energy as an alternative to imported fossil fuel is a patriotic act. It makes us self-reliant and assures our national security. By that standard, two bills in the Minnesota Senate and Legislature are unpatriotic. In 1973 Saudi Arabia, and other oil producing nations, put an...
February will be dedicated to Breads and since there are 4 weeks of February, I will touch on 4 different breads. Last weeks column was about biscuits, but what was most interesting for me about the subject is that I received numerous calls inquiring about biscuits only moments after submitting the...
February birthdays were celebrated with live music and cake and ice cream.  We had a nice crowd and several family members were here to help celebrate. During the week we played Roulette, had a special Bingo for Valentine’s Day, were treated to Bismarks at the coffee party, crowned the King and...
A recent letter to the editor expressed concern that people were not hearing the voices of refugees. This of course was accompanied by the heart wrenching story of a refugee that survived a very dangerous crossing of the Mediterranean. She wants to further her education in Sweden & learn how to...
Club Report Todd County Historical Society February 6, 2017 The Todd County Historical Society met on Monday, February 6 at 1:30 p.m. in the museum.  Vice President Ron Wienhold called the meeting to order with the Pledge of Allegiance. November 2016 minutes were read and approved. The Treasurer’s...
First things first... Remember that slice of bread I wrote about in the November 28, 2016 issue? It was in regard to experts saying that your store bought bread will spoil faster if kept in the frig. Well the one in my frig STILL shows no signs of spoiling, 6 months into it now. My point was to...
February is here and I’m wondering if the Ground Hog knows what he’s talking about.  I am looking forward to an early Spring-How about you? At Social Hour to go along with the meatballs and crackers and cheese Maryanne played some keyboard music. The fish fryer was fired up and Jessica, Jimmie,...
Marijuana FAQs Marijuana has been, and will continue to be, in the news, especially with the push towards legalization in some states and with the use of marijuana for medical purposes. So, what do you know about marijuana?  Test your knowledge with these Frequently Asked Questions. Isn’t marijuana...

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