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Columnist Dan Conradt says request for cash is rejected, but invitation to supper leads to deeper meaning.
View "slice of life" photos from around the area.
In a world where we rely on our phones for social communication, is it possible to find balance and live without it?
I must admit, I have been living vicariously through my best friend for the past two weeks as she embarked on a trip to Copenhagen, Denmark. Attempting to soak in every picture she sends my way, I have indulged in her images of beautiful flower markets, chai tea lattes, art pieces, and streets upon streets filled with rows of identical housing. I marvel at the images and thank her for them, yet I can’t help but long to physically be there.

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Columnist Loren Else says a high school letter, whether it's for academics, fine arts athletics or music, represents something about your character.
Columnist Steve Lange and Allisa Song go toe-to-toe talking about heritage, inventions.
Columnist Dan Conradt says one of the best things about having a visitor is that it forces you to clean the house.
Hint: she thinks they're very good.
I discuss the details in episode six of this week's "Wisdom with Charlie" podcast.
Unless we each take steps to stop the development plans from going through, we will have to say goodbye to a well-known gift from nature.

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I have found that the rewards are greater than the struggle to gain them.
Columnist Steve Lange says reports to law enforcement can be entertaining reading.
Although Elizabeth Heinzen arrived a couple weeks early, her mom, Haley, had an inclination the pregnancy had run its course.

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