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Winter wondering

By |Feb. 6, 2019|

On blustery February afternoons, white with leftover snow rearranging itself into mountainous drifts outside the office, I look forward to reading residency applications from visual artists and writers for the Jentel Foundation.

Celebrating women’s suffrage

By |Jan. 30, 2019|

This is an unprecedented year for women in American politics: 36 women were elected to Congress during the midterm elections — the largest number of women elected since 1992.

Patterson opens music studio on Main Street

By |Dec. 26, 2018|

Sprouting out of her passion for music and educating young musicians, Amanda Patterson finally — with the help of her son, Oliver — snipped the red ribbon on her dream of becoming a music studio owner.

Santa and Mrs. Claus love giving back

By |Dec. 5, 2018|

Judy Taylor, better known to some in the community as Mrs. Claus, asked her cousin Jack Wood to play her counterpart, Santa, last year for the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Stroll.

Play set to begin this week

By |Nov. 28, 2018|

 When Dan Cole was asked to direct a Civic Theatre Guild performance this year, he knew pretty quickly what play to choose: “Escanaba in da Moonlight.”

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