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The documentary "Bring Her Home" helps bring awareness to the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Leya Hale hosted a screening of her documentary at Pioneer Public TV in Granite Falls in early May.
"Home with the Lost Italian" food columnist Sarah Nasello revisits two past recipes that are perfect for the warmer weather.
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In years past, the first floor of the property has been used as a commercial space and the second floor a living area with a two-bedroom, one-bath apartment on the level.
Columnist Lovina Eicher says a birthday is a time to celebrate, and hosting church was a great get-together as well.

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Columnist Dave Ramsey says massive loans on cars are a bit much for a young couple.
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Food writer Holly Ebel says Marilyn Gleason continued a family tradition when she saw a food vendor selling frankfurters and thought, "I could do that!"
The Iraqi American Reconciliation Project uses art to foster understanding between the two cultures.
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A new novel by Kathy Gilsinan looks at the pandemic from all levels of the battle.
Columnist Sandy Erdman says restaurant dishware offered a heavier, sturdier version of some popular place setting manufacturers.

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Columnist Emily Carson says whether you celebrate on Ascension Day or the following Sunday, reflect on how Jesus' ascension changed all our lives.
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Buckanaga Social Club is hosting a fashion show at Duluth Coffee Co.'s Roastery on July 21, and was accepted for their second showing at Rise New York Fashion Week in September.
As a kid, our family struggled financially, and as a result, I rarely got an allowance. But when I did, I was taught to give some of it back to the Lord. I heard regularly about the tithe (10%) but when I got a quarter, it seemed easiest to give a nickel back to Jesus — that’s 20%! When I started babysitting, I tithed. When I got an adult job, I tithed. I still remember the first time, as a college student, when I gave over $100. That was over 40 years ago, yet I fear half the people in church today have ever given a check that large. I feel sorry for them. They’ll likely never know the joy of giving.

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