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I like to read (07/26/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- I didn't know, sitting in the first grade classroom, looking longingly at the letters of the alphabet tacked up around the room, that when I learned to unlock the secret of those letters and their int ... 

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...and gone tomorrow (07/23/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- My thoughts guide me back, one bare foot at a time.

I daydream, sitting out front on our wooden bench on what must be one of the most gorgeous July days on record. I grew up just a couple of city blo ... 

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Camera preservation, Part 3 (07/23/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- One of the greatest dangers that can befall any camera is letting it remain in storage for long periods of time, unused. Inactivity can cause the lubricants to dry out and the rubber and fabric materi ... 

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Free press - key to a free society (07/23/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- In November, we'll have choices to make, we'll be the "people" that our founders envisioned when they established this democracy of ours. Whatever it is that prompts those who run for political offic ... 

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Growing Concerns (07/23/2006)
By Dr. Martha Erickson -- A parenting column with Dr. Martha Erickson of the

University of Minnesota

Question: The shopping mall in a nearby suburb recently added a new group of shops aimed at young adolescents, and this h ... 

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Camera preservation, Part 2 (07/16/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- Last time we covered ways of avoiding damage to a camera caused by impact such as dropping it or bumping it into things. But there are other bad things that can happen to a good camera. Some of these  ... 

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Naked truths (07/16/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "A tree has significance if one sees it against the empty face of sky. A note in music gains significance from the silences on either side. A candle flowers in the space of night. Even small and casua ... 

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Out in the woods (07/16/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- John is spending the weekend at the summer board meeting of the Minnesota Free Paper Association, being held Up North in Brainerd.

I have mixed feelings about that Minnesota institution, Up North. W ... 

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Your Mom did what? (07/16/2006)
By Cynthya Porter -- Every year when I teach my College For Kids newspaper class, I crack up at the things kids will tell me that would probably make their parents faint.

I hear all kinds of sordid details about daily li ... 

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More snapshots from the ‘Season Three’ Album (07/12/2006)
By Paul Barnes -- Alec Wild, fellow Producing Director, galloping on horseback across the bluffs. Pausing to catch their breath, Alec's guide and host inquires if it's okay to ask a "Shakespeare question" - just one. ... 

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