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Enter the robots (07/30/2014)
By Sarah Squires --

If you know me, you know I’m not the biggest technology nut. I’ve got a smart phone, but I’m working on a woodburned sign that reads “Leave your Google Glass at the door” for my house. Some of this  ... 

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Help GRSF set records! (07/30/2014)
Doug: Season 11 has been a season of firsts.

Lee: And we need your help to accomplish one more first!

Doug: This season has been so wonderful, but the cool thing about theater is one minute it i ... 

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Brief Spring (05/01/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- Briefly, we hail Spring. Little red buds adorn the trees, green shoots spring from the ground, the lawn is covered with sticks and branches from the last winter storm, and a mine field of dog doo has  ... 

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No grad tests? (03/27/2013)
By Frances Edstrom --

It was bound to come to this. Ever since the state instituted graduation tests, the public school complex in the state has worked to get them thrown out. Now, with a pro-teachers union governor and  ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (03/25/2013)
By Al Owne -- The other morning I used one of our old fashioned egg beaters to make an omelet. (I say “one of” because, although I only saw one, I know there’s at least one more hiding somewhere!) You know the kin ... 

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Waiting for the bird’s arrival (03/25/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- These old red brick buildings harbor more than the history of Winona. Our building, which was erected in 1865, was once home to a John A. Latsch wholesale grocery concern, as well as hat shops and mus ... 

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Don’t charge citizens for info (03/13/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- Bell, California, owes the fact that it is not bankrupt to a newspaper. Not a local newspaper—they don’t have one—but to the Los Angeles Times. Two Times reporters began by writing an investigative re ... 

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Warmth at last (02/27/2013)
By Frances Edstrom -- In my journey through widowhood, I have resolved to revisit some of the places that were constants during my forty-two-year marriage to John. I started small, with trips to our cabin, out on the river ... 

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Merry After (12/26/2012)
By Frances Edstrom -- We had an early deadline for today’s newspaper so that our mail room and carriers wouldn’t be working on Christmas Day. So I’m writing this column before Christmas Day, and you’ll be reading it after  ... 

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Ted (12/26/2012)
By David Robinson -- This past summer’s big comedy hit “Ted” is a story about a boy and his teddy bear; it is rated “R” for “crude and sexual humor, pervasive language, and some drug use.” If these two facts seem contrad ... 

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