THE DIRT The last harvest
It's the last harvest event of the year. We belong to the Bluebird Gardens CSA, and we just got our last weekly box of vegetables a few days ago. It was a wonderful mix of turnips, kohlrabi, squash an... Posted on 10/25/13 at 7:24 AM
THE NEW FORTY My Fertile inside source...
When I first moved to North Dakota I saw an article in The Forum with a headline that read, Fertile Man Dies. I was puzzled by that headline and I had to ask why it mattered that he was fertile. That ... Posted on 6/1/13 at 8:37 PM
Even as snowflakes fell on the Twin Ports on Friday, spring was in bloom at the Winter Street Depot. Now the showroom for Advantage Lawnscaping Service, the former site of the Candy Caboose teems with color and ideas. From brightly painted birdhouses and wind chimes to wooden rain barrels and rakes, the store is alive with promise.
Michael “Rex” Kern passed away a year ago, but his legacy of giving lives on. Tuesday, cases of food poured into Faith United Methodist Church, stocking food pantry shelves with soup, beans, canned vegetables, stuffing mix, noodles, canned peaches, rice side dishes, tuna fish, and more. In all, $3,000 worth of food traveled from Belknap Super One to the church to feed the needy.
Even as Center City Park sparkled to life with Christmas cheer Wednesday, city and Superior Business Improvement District officials were looking ahead to next summer’s promise of brighter, warmer days.
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