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Columnist Lovina Eicher says seeing family, young and old, makes for a thankful day.
Food writer Holly Ebel says winner baker Denise Pagel of Chatfield incorporated a unique ingredient in her Maple Surprise cookies ... and all the judges loved it.
Columnist Dave Ramsey says credit cards don't offer any more protection against fraud than debit cards.
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Authors Kathryn and Ross Petras put their noses to the grindstone to look at how body parts impacted the history of the world.
The 2.6-acre lot in Haverhill Township is “extraordinarily beautiful” with gardens, woods and lawns, as Edina Realty Rochester realtor Marion Kleinberg described.
A Rochester Chamber of Commerce Ambassador and volunteer in several organizations, Irvin's motto is "In a world of Cheerios, I'm a Fruit Loop."
Columnist Emily Carson says five tips can help you focus and find a holy place on the road.
Columnist Colleen Hoeft says the season of Advent is a special time of waiting for promises to be fulfilled by Immanuel.
In this week's Fielding Questions, Don Kinzler offers advice for caring for a weeping fig, tips for thinning apples, and tells readers it's not too late to wrap trees to prevent sunscald damage.

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A long time coming, the new LP by Rochester's The Walking Beats, "Easy Chair" comes out Dec. 9 with a release party at Thesis Beer Project.
Gardening columnist Don Kinzler writes about achieving the proper headspace, which is the space between the potting soil and the rim of the pot.
Columnist Sandy Erdman says the Harmony artist is inspired by nature as she tries to capture its beauty in her own unique way.

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