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The apple pie contest was a huge success Thank-You to All that helped in any way.  We had eleven different apple desserts and the Judges (Dan S., Sharon R. and Darlene H.) did not have an easy task deciding on the three winners: They were Barb S. 1st place, Jessica A. 2nd place, and Linda M. 3rd...
Todd County Health and Human Services encourages getting your flu shot this year. Influenza (“flu”) is a contagious disease that spreads around the United States every year, usually between October and May.  Flu is caused by influenza viruses, and is spread mainly by coughing, sneezing, and close...
Potatoes are being harvested, which then means the beginning of loads of Autumn work to do inside and out. Most of us like quick, easy yet hearty meals to eat so we can get right back to work. (OK, perhaps not most of us.... maybe some prefer to only work a little bit, then whine and complain till...
Autumn will be here before we know it and with the cooler days comes the craving for something warm and comforting from the oven. One item that fits that desire would be Bread Pudding. Such a stupidly simple thing to make yet few ever attempt it. Food historians trace the history of bread pudding...
Well Labor Day is past and summer is winding down.   We are looking forward to fall and hoping it goes on, and on, and on.   We have lots of fun things planned and we are looking forward to the holidays.   Time goes so fast and never a dull moment.  The Sarah Circle was up with Ice Cream and Live...
The Thursday before Labor Day was my regular meeting with the three Chipmunks and they were quite excited to be featured in the newspaper the following week. I had to tell them that this column would be delayed one week since the Monday Labor Day holiday meant the paper was put together on a Friday...
The following column was originally printed last October but bears repeating. However, the recipes are different. There are numerous kinds of homemade syrups you can try your hand at and then can/preserve them if desired. The syrups go great with pancakes, waffles, and even ice cream. “This time of...
  Another Carnival is behind us and it was AWESOME!  THANKS to all the many helpers we had.  Even tho the weather was chilly –( we added warm water to the dunking booth for Kylie & Nora Elmes and Clara V. -and they did get dunked many times)- there were no complaints and everyone had sooo much...
Simple Steps to Reduce Screen Time at Home The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that screen time for kids should be limited to one or two hours a day. When we say screen time we mean television, movies, computers games, and web-browsing.  Here are some simple ways to reduce your child’s...
Assisted Living Site • Excavation for the footings has begun. • Pouring of footings and walls in A-wing has begun. • Plumbing and underground work will start soon after foundations are finished. Medical Campus Site • Emergency department and birthing suites structure completed on schedule. •...

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