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Old-fashioned Christmas


Old-fashioned Christmas in 1972 around the tree with (from left sitting on couch) Cally, (sitting on floor) Carlee, Lee, Brenda, Ricky, Jesse, Terissa, Lisa, and (standing in back) Cari and Kathy.
I think this world needs an old-fashioned Christmas, like the ones I remember as a child and keep inside my heart.
 
Tue
19
Dec
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Letter: Slow down in town

To Whom It May Concern:
 
Tue
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Is it truth or fact?

Tue
19
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My happy place

When I think back on the happiest times of my childhood, one place comes to mind — my grandparents’ farm. 
 
Wed
13
Dec
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Work ethic, honesty, team building part of the sports experience


Carter and Daneele Shipman
The school year is going in full swing in the Shipman household. 
 
Wed
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Take in every moment

I wanted to write about how much I truly enjoy spending time with my daughter. Because it doesn’t matter if I’m rolling around on the floor giggling with her, or if I’m just watching her sleep, the time I have with her is important. 
Wed
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LaDuke echoes anger, resilience of Native people


Michael, Estherville, Iowa, reviews contemporary writing from a literary perspective. He started his journalism career at the Bismarck Tribune in 1978 and began his college teaching career as a graduate teaching assistant at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion in 1977. He has worked at newspapers in Iowa and the Dakotas and his work has appeared in Overdrive, Writer’s Journal, the San Diego Union-Tribune and Snowmobile. His author page is amazon.com/author/michaeltidemann
The Winona LaDuke Chronicles: stories from the front lines in the battle for environmental justice
 
Spotted Horse Press and Fernwood Publishing
 
ISBN 978-1-55266-959-4
 
Wed
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“The Disaster Artist”


Robert Garver is a graduate of the Cinema Studies program at New York University. His column is distributed every week to a network of over 50 newspapers. More of his reviews can be found online at www.bobatthemovies.com or e-mail rrg251@nyu.edu.
NOTE: This movie is playing on less than 1,000 screens in the country, so it might not yet be in your area. But its popularity is growing, so be on the lookout for it in the coming weeks. 
 
Mon
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Visiting Tucker


We missed our soldier.
Mon
04
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Letter: Year 2017

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