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The holiday season is full of traditions. Traditions bring pleasure and reassurance. They give us something to look forward to, and in times of difficulty or uncertainty, traditions root and comfort us. more
There’s always a reason to come to the library — books! — but for the next few weeks we have the added attraction of our annual display of Literary Trees. Stop in to take a look at some old favorites and several new ones. more
Civil liberties, enshrined in our Constitution, are continually subject, by design, to debate. That debate is intrinsic to the maintenance of and, when necessary, the interpretation of those liberties by our legislature, our courts, and as demonstrated in our Bill of Rights, by constitutional amendments.  more
I’ve always been a klutz. I’ve had poor hand eye coordination. My handwriting is horrible and my printing is hardly better. more
“You can’t drag your pivot foot.” This kid in my sixth-grade class was a punk and cheated in basketball. more
The holidays are here and with them comes Christmas shopping, getting ready for Christmas parties and dinners as well as family gatherings.  more
A recent letter to the editor claimed a nation cannot have democracy without God’s given freedoms. Comments and questions arose for me: Our “forefathers” surely did not all come to what would become America for religious freedom, though certainly many did. First explorers were looking for wealth or a new way to the East Indies. more
Kiwanis Pancake Day is today! Like Thanksgiving, it’s a “moveable feast.” Which is to say, although it’s always on the first Saturday in December, it occurs on a different date from year to year. more
Over a year ago, surveys of both local businesses and the broader community conducted by the Crawford County government in coordination with the Greenbush Education Service Center identified child care as a top priority for American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding. Now, concrete plans for that funding are starting to come to fruition.  more
Ever work with someone who won’t — who can’t — make a decision? Or maybe you’ve been there yourself, staring down lists of details until your eyes blur over, recalculating your options, hoping — no, praying — that the right answer simply presents itself?   more
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