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A frontier Christmas

by Doug Hunter
Editor's note: This is the first of a two part fictional Christmas story submitted by Doug Hunter of Lynn Twp. Hunter, a writer and historian, wrote a series of popular columns to commemorate Capac's sesquicentennial celebration this year....more>

Can the Christmas spirit be bought?

by Randy Jorgensen
When I watch television or read the newspapers these days, I am reminded that this is the close of the shopping season, which overshadows the true meaning of this time of year....more>

Considering love affairs and lapel pin wisdom

by Catherine Minolli
I toy with the idea of sending a Reader Panel email in the wake of Wednesday's mall shooting tragedy in Omaha. I feel maybe I should question readers with regard to their shopping habits and whether the horrible event will change their plans, make them more nervous at shopping malls, revise their feelings about gun control (or should I say lack of it) and what-have-you....more>

Highs and lows while riding waves of life

by Willene Tanis
Over the last couple of weeks I've ridden the waves of life, experiencing the exhilaration of the highs and being almost pulled under by the lows. I watched my dad, of sound mind and body, reach the age of 91; and my nephew, who good-naturedly experiences life from a wheelchair, turn 34....more>

Remembering the 'Reason for the Season'

by Gertie Brooks
Mary Ann Farris, whom I mentioned last week, invited Daisy and me on Saturday to the Annual Leader Dog Christmas Party at the Lion's Building. People were there from near and far with the puppies they are training for people with failing eyesight....more>
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