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Tom Gibson, R.I.P. (07/16/2014)
By Frances Edstrom -- My friend Tom Gibson died last Tuesday. It was a shock to all. Apparently, his heart gave out, and he died in his sleep.

I’m not sure that anyone who knew him thought Tom would die that way. I though ... 

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Into the shredder (07/09/2014)
By Frances Edstrom -- Being out of a job is hard work. 

My children and grandchildren were here for the July Fourth weekend, which was tons of fun. There is always a little stress involved, as the little cousins struggle  ... 

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Big changes (07/02/2014)
By Frances Edstrom -- When John and I started the Winona Shopper in 1971, we were in our early twenties. We weren’t looking for careers. We simply needed jobs. We saw other people making a living publishing shoppers and fr ... 

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Give me short grass (06/30/2014)
By Chris Rogers -- Humans are never happy. (An aside here: my granddaughter Andie told me the other day that it was “very human outside,” meaning, I would imagine, humid. The mental picture is interesting though, of wha ... 

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Thank you,  Dr. Turner (06/25/2014)
By Frances Edstrom -- In a letter today, Dr. Scott Turner shares with the community, many of whom were his former patients, that his contract with Winona Health has not been renewed. Turner, who since 2007 has been in the  ... 

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Want to meet a merry wife? (06/23/2014)
By Frances Edstrom -- This is the perfect year to give Shakespeare a try. If you’ve never been to the Great River Shakespeare Festival, you may not know that each season two plays by Shakespeare are staged — a comedy and a ... 

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Birthday dishes (06/18/2014)
By Frances Edstrom -- A friend of mine “adopted” my flower garden and has been planting, weeding, and tending to it all spring, since I am still on crutches. Monday was her birthday, so I decided to buy her some dishes. Sh ... 

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Food magnets (06/11/2014)
By Frances Edstrom -- Certain pieces of clothing are what I call food magnets. Anything white, of course, is sure to attract stains. A glob of ketchup, a kid’s muddy handprint on your thigh or shoulder, a drop of coffee —  ... 

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Gone fishin’ (06/04/2014)
By Frances Edstrom -- What is it that people love about fishing? Food, yes. I love to eat fish. There’s no food from catch and release, though. Being out on a beautiful day, watching the sun play off the water like so many ... 

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A river runs through here (05/28/2014)
By Frances Edstrom -- Morgan took me to look at the Mississippi River last Saturday. It was incredibly high, over the levee road, and moving very swiftly. We watched as boaters, thrilled to have a good day finally, raced b ... 

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