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A sense of home

December 23, 2015 For some of us, it takes longer to find it. I expect the reasons for the delay in finding it are many and varied — too busy, too angry or maybe you think the path is too long. more »»

Our Christmas baby

December 23, 2015 My wife and I have a Christmas baby. Well, he isn’t exactly a baby anymore. He is 34 years old now and towers over his mother and me. But he’s still our Christmas bab. more »»

A year-end recycling review

December 22, 2015 So far…as of Dec. 16…we’ve had very little winter-like weather. The one “major” snow we did get (Nov. 30) was mostly gone by the end of that week except for big piles of it in parking lots and su. more »»

Early Christmas practices in the Midwest

December 21, 2015 When was Christmas first celebrated in Middle America? The American Indians did not celebrate Christmas — there was nothing like it in their traditions of lore. more »»

Editor's column: We’ll miss you, Red

December 19, 2015 How come the chicken gets so much play? Why did the chicken cross the road? Chicken cacciatore. Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Chicken Soup for the Soul. Chicken Alfredo. Chicken Parmesa. more »»

A little holiday shopping

December 19, 2015 Normally I don’t mind shopping, whether it’s for clothing, food, books, movies, music or other miscellaneous item. more »»

On the porch …

December 19, 2015 I was around 8 years old when I first saw the original “”Star Wars”” trilogy. My mom had the original trilogy on VHS tapes, and my brother and I watched them frequently. more »»

Your Health How to prevent workout injuries

December 19, 2015 It’s that time of year again when we tend to overindulge on cookies, cakes and calories of all kinds. For many, this typically prompts us to reevaluate our workout regimens. more »»

Greetings

December 16, 2015 "I wish you a good morning,” is a standard greeting in the A.M. often accompanied by either, “How are you doing today?” or maybe the declarative, “It looks like a great day. more »»

Tall grass — past and present

December 16, 2015 Looking over the prairie today one is hard-pressed to imagine what it looked like during the days of the early pioneers. Thankfully we have O.E. more »»

O Christmas tree

December 16, 2015 Perhaps one of the strangest traditions we observe during the Yuletide season — other than using the word “Yuletide” — is the act of installing an indoor Christmas tree. more »»

Old newspaper article depicts rough winter

December 14, 2015 Some time ago I came across the following article taken from a Marshall newspaper (author unknown) that describes the spring of 1881, when Marshall was only nine years old. more »»

Get your retirement soaring

December 14, 2015 Wright Brothers Day, observed on Dec. 17, marks the day in 1903 that two adventurous brothers in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, took to the air for the first time. more »»

Editor's column: A Minnesota sports fan’s X-mas list

December 12, 2015 On Monday, the Independent will publish its annual Nick of Time section that includes area kids’ letters to Mr. Claus. I was late in getting my list, so this column will have to d. more »»

'Yellow Crocus'

December 12, 2015 This coming Wednesday is book club night, and I’m happy to say that I finished the book for this month. Hey, that’s been an accomplishment as of late. more »»

On the porch

December 12, 2015 A few weeks ago, I had an article and photograph of the New Atlantic Hotel. The New Atlantic Hotel was built in 1926, and the grand opening occurred on Jan. 25, 1927. more »»

SMSU grad loved time in the pit

December 12, 2015 SMSU alumnus Garrett Conn credits his exercise science degree for “the experience of a lifetime. more »»

Now is the time to think about your next tax return

December 12, 2015 Your 2015 tax return isn’t due until April of 2016, but now is the time to consider your options for tax plannin. more »»

Check out these end-of-year investment tips

December 11, 2015 Who knows where the time goes? Although 2015 is almost in the books, you can still make some year-end investment and financial moves that may help you get off to a good start in 201. more »»

A ‘nutty’ time of year

December 9, 2015 Enjoying a handful of nuts is a pleasure for most people, and now is a great time of the year to enjoy them. Many stores have big displays of fresh, mixed nuts for the holidays. more »»

 
 
 

 

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