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COLUMNS : FRAN EDSTROM - POSTSCRIPT  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Save Concerts on the Green (04/17/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- The daffodils are making an appearance, lawns are greening. A friend of mine told me how excited she was to go out into her back yard two weeks ago and find the Creeping Charlie showing its hardy gree ... 

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The roommate visits (04/13/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- My college roommate came to visit. She and her husband made a slight detour on their way home from the Mayo Clinic to Lake Holcombe, Wisconsin. Denis, her husband, presented me with a cane he had made ... 

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Clarifying comment policy (04/10/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- “Okay,” I said to the dog-who-must-not-be-written-about, “sit down, we need to talk.”

He always takes his time sitting, as if the messenger relaying his brain’s transmission to his butt has discovere ... 

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Go ahead, write a poem (04/06/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- April is National Poetry Month, kicked off with April Fool’s Day, probably because trying to write a poem has made fools out of a lot of us. Even blank verse can be a difficult proposition, and trying ... 

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Why are we reporting? (04/03/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- One of the tactics detractors of the Winona Post use to try to criticize our news coverage is to insist that our reporters “Interview the person you are writing an article about before printing,” (Rut ... 

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Teach to the test (03/30/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- I would like to know what is wrong with “teaching to the test,” a phrase bandied about — mostly by politicians and teachers union officials, but by many others as well — as a societal ill on the natur ... 

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Glamorous movie stars (03/27/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- Poor Elizabeth Taylor, dead at 79. It must have been hard to be a legendary beauty living the life of a glamorous aging movie star. You’d better make your money while you’re young, because movie stars ... 

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Bring on the roundabout! (03/23/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- Highway projects are not something I usually look forward to. But this year is different. First, I’m looking forward to trying to get around the highway trucks and workers who are going to fill all th ... 

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We have right to criticize gov’t without being attacked (03/20/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- An incident at the last Winona public school board meeting on Thursday night highlights once again the lack of understanding by many elected officials that they are public figures, and therefore open  ... 

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What’s under all that snow (03/16/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- The receding snow has uncovered a number of things I had been trying to forget.

The deck furniture, which came with the house and was in pretty bad shape last fall, looks even worse now. There might ... 

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