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COLUMNS : GUEST COLUMNIST  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Al Owne: A taste of Tijuana (05/19/2014)
Well, as the old saying goes, ďA half a nice day is better than none.Ē I was speaking of last Sunday, Motherís Day. It seems like getting even a part of a day without wind, rain, or snow these days is ... 

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Al Owne: The perfect pancake (05/12/2014)
I hope all you mothers out there are having a good day. How can we set aside only one day to honor mothers? I think each day is Motherís Day for most people. From what little I can remember of my moth ... 

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Get carried away with GRSF (05/12/2014)
by Lee Gundersheimer and Doug Scholz-Carlson

Lee: Doug, whatís with the truck? You score a few things at the 100 Mile Garage Sale?

Doug: Nope. Itís almost time to move to Winona for the summer, so ... 

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Home sweet home (05/07/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- Last weekend my husband and I made some real progress on the house. Outside, of course, and by my husband and I, I really mean my husband. He worked long and hard finishing up a cool new patio in the  ... 

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Al Owne: The unofficial orphan (05/05/2014)
After my last column, I talked to some people who live alone to see what they did in the bread department. The consensus was that the loaves are too big, but by keeping the bread in the refrigerator i ... 

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Mystery garden, part 2 (04/30/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- I love to garden. People who were fortunate enough to visit my home the summer before last will tell you tales about tomato plants that were taller than my husband (6í7Ē), even when the fruit became h ... 

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Al Owne: The bread dilemma (04/28/2014)
Your 50-year-old husband of 27 years is killed in an auto accident, and youíre left alone with the children. What worse can happen? A young widow in the Twin Cities area found out recently. When she  ... 

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Bugs, bees, and the missing pair of shoes (04/23/2014)
By Sarah Squires -- I was about 10, and my best friend Mandy and I were in the backyard, playing with Molly, my new puppy. It was a fantastic summer day, and we were taking photos; I still have one of Mandy with six-mont ... 

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GRSF Get Carried Away: Minnesota and the arts (04/23/2014)
By Lee Gundersheimer and Doug Scholz-Carlson

Lee: Doug, did you know that Senator Jeremy Miller has a We-no-nah canoe in his office in the capitol?

Doug: Really?

Lee: Well not a full-size can ... 

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Attack of the huggers (04/21/2014)
ďIt ainít fair!Ē Thatís my new motto for life. Donít worry, Iíve had that proven to me several times in the last 80-some years, not just lately. It came to mind the other day while I was thinking abou ... 

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