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"We pull in, and we're the small-town library. So, we know what's happening in the community. They value us," said Rochester Bookmobile librarian Margie Brumm.
Charles Jackson is bringing the Rochester-based bear to provide relief in Texas before undergoing medical treatment himself.
Columnist Dan Conradt says when you're told to ignore the purple elephant in the room, all you see is purple elephants.
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In 1973, Rochester’s Rod Raver high jumped 7-foot-1 to set the high school state record. Nearly 50 years later, that record still stands. After that jump, though, Raver spent the next decade in a freefall. Until, he says, God caught him.
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Craig Cotten, who owns the Book Review comic, gaming and sports card shop in Rochester’s Hillcrest Shopping Center, unexpectedly fell ill last week. Cate Moore, Cotten’s niece, wrote and posted about his situation on social media this week as well as launched a GoFundMe campaign to help cover medical bills. She is hoping to raise $30,000.
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How many important endings have passed by without me knowing? How many have yet to arrive?
College orientation was an eye-opening experience.

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10-year-old Lance Larson died Saturday after a lengthy battle with liver cancer.
Columnist Loren Else says he never dreamed of being a writer, but now can't imagine not telling stories each week.
Columnist Steve Lange plays at the Rochester Chess Club. And laughs at chess memes. He wants you to as well.

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