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Swamp water jurisprudence: Please spare us the boring details (11/19/2014)
by Judge Dennis Challeen

When people are called for jury duty, their initial reaction is often trying to figure out how to escape it. But those who serve almost always conclude that it was a reward ... 

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Momsgiving (11/12/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- I was the chef for sure, eyebrows furrowed while I gazed at our bare pantry. Oatmeal, maybe some rice, an old bag of navy beans. In college, we were starving kids, but I managed to feed us all somehow ... 

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The view from Main Street: OPEC finally ‘over a barrel’ (11/12/2014)
by Don Salyards

I’ve got some great news for all Americans; perhaps the best economic news that I’ve delivered in my lifetime. It has nothing to do with Republicans winning the mid-term elections o ... 

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How to teach youth about healthy living (11/10/2014)
by Derek Madsen, YMCA CEO

At the end of October I read a post on the New York Times Well blog that highlighted an alarming study by German researchers which compared obese and overweight youth to  ... 

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Sticks, not stones (11/10/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- My parents did a good job disciplining me and my brother. They weren’t heavy on spanking, but we knew enough to know not to push the envelope too far.

A kid gets used to her parents, knows the limit ... 

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Swamp water jurisprudence: When freedom of expression gets annoying (11/03/2014)
by Judge Dennis Challeen

In 1964, the United States Supreme Court was struggling to define obscenity in a freedom of speech and expression case so that everyone would know when laws against obsceni ... 

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The view from Main Street: The little “C” store that could (10/28/2014)
by Don Salyards

Quietly, in a La Crosse, Wis., industrial park, a business firm is establishing the energy policy of the United States in ways that will reduce pollution, lower transportation costs ... 

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