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COLUMNS : GUEST COLUMNIST  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
An open letter to Garrison Keillor (12/04/2013)
By Sarah Squires --

After 39 years, it must be hard to make lutefisk funny. Thatís almost a contradiction, because lutefisk is funny, but honestly Garrison ó can I call you Garrison? ó youíre long-winded. Itís December ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (12/02/2013)
By Al Owne -- Did I tell you I found another electrical cord that fits the monster waffle iron? Those of you of a certain age will understand; there was a plug with a certain configuration which fit many of the ki ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (11/24/2013)
By Al Owne -- I thought it would be a culinary breakthrough for breakfast. I should have known better; if any of the female members of the family had been around, they would have said, ďYouíre going to mix what wit ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (11/17/2013)
By Al Owne -- Well, Veteranís Day was just as miserable as usual. Windy and cold seems to be normal weather for the day and once in a while we can throw in a little rain and/or snow. Yet we have the same dedicate ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (11/10/2013)
By Al Owne -- I can tell things are getting back to normal; I goofed up a batch of pancakes last Sunday. I mixed the mix according to the directions on the box with Aunt Jemima smiling at me, but they looked a lit ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (11/01/2013)
I have always prided myself on being independent. I come from a long line of men who would rather walk five miles in snow and ice than accept a ride from a well-meaning motorist. Lately, Iíve been t ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (10/27/2013)
By Al Owne -- I hope nobody saw me. What would I say? I was desperate. Iím sorry. I havenít had time to fix the power supply to the old faithful waffle iron and I was suffering from waffle withdrawal when I wal ... 

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Knee-deep, in a life jacket (10/23/2013)
By Sarah Squires -- I am a worrier.

Some of you may recall a column I wrote a few years ago detailing the most wonderful invention my brother-in-law created: safety jumper cables. (If you wanted to, you could search ďB ... 

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Al Owne in the kitchen (10/20/2013)
By Al Owne -- In one of my first columns, I wrote how many steps I had to take to make a bed by myself. Now Iím going to update that to how many hops I have to make to make my bed while using a walker. A couple of ... 

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Autumn in Winona (10/20/2013)
By Sarah Squires -- I remember when I didnít live in wonderland. When I called the rural flatlands of Minnesotaís west side home, people would caravan from the Ďcities to see the fall colors ignite across the forest clus ... 

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