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Annie Lane: Dying to see my grandsons

Dear Annie: On July 12, 2022, my son and his wife gave birth to identical twin boys. A ...

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APS Column: Medical Detectives exploring health

By Blake Henely IJ Holton Assistant Principal Here at I.J. Holton Intermediate School, we focus on Science, Technology, ...

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Marvin Repinski: When the stones say ‘thank you’

Come to him, a living stone, though rejected by mortals yet chosen and precious in God’s sight, and ...

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Manufacturing a source of possibility

By Jinny Rietmann Executive Director Workforce Development, Inc. There are many career possibilities that exist in manufacturing in ...

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Al Batt: Paying it forward, backwards

Echoes from the Loafers’ Club Meeting I’ve got 20 goldfish living in my bathtub. What do you do ...

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Annie Lane: Suicide survivor shares resources to help

Dear Annie: I lost my beloved father to suicide on Oct. 23, 1997, making me a suicide survivor, ...

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Evie Mohrfeld: Off to a holiday favorite

On Nov. 17-18 we will be taking a trip to the Fireside Theatre in Wisconsin for “White Christmas.” ...

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Community Salute: Teacher of the Year honors the profession

Once again, Austin Public Schools has revealed its Teacher of the Year, choosing early childhood special education teacher ...

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APS Column: Thank you for supporting Austin Public Schools

By Dr. Joey Page Austin Public Schools Superintendent One of my favorite things about being a part of ...

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Sarah Lysne: The joy of visualizing success

Lately, I have been visualizing myself physically pushing away anything that gets in the way of my goals.  ...

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Annie Lane: Stuck with one foot out the door

Dear Annie: My husband and I have been together for nearly 30 years, but we have been growing ...

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When I hurt inside, I hurt others on the outside

“O blessed man, that in the advice of wicked doth not walk; nor stand in sinner’s way; nor ...

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Guest Commentary: Giving guide to Give to the Max Day and holiday giving

By Jake Blumberg Executive Director, GiveMN The end of the year is on the horizon, and with many ...

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Ask A Trooper: Loud music can be a distraction

By Sgt. Troy Christianson Question: My question stems from all the vehicles that have loud music playing. I ...

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Al Batt: Editing the weather forecast

Echoes from the Loafers’ Club Meeting I shouldn’t have eaten that fourth jelly doughnut. Wasn’t it just this ...

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