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Eagles and Milli Vanilli

 

Imagine a majestic bald eagle soaring across the sun-drenched blue sky. Now, imagine the exalted shriek it emits, this lord of the blue heavens as it glides over us pitiful, earthbound mammals. 

Letter to the editor

Our absentee ballots are arriving, so it is time to do a little research on the races being decided, and to acquaint ourselves with candidates who are probably not familiar “household names.”  We are all learning how very important these smaller, close-to-home races are, with very real consequences in our daily lives.

Letters to the editor

Wildlife Forever ATV Club would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for their donations during our Fisheree Fundraiser to benefit Bar Buddies in Arena/Spring Green, WI held on February 19, 2022 at Trader’s Bar and Grill:

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The Book Nook

Riveting Thriller

 

The young adult novel “Firekeeper’s Daughter” by Angeline Boulley generated lots of buzz after its publication in 2021.  Recently I’ve heard so much praise from adults that it’s clearly found an audience with them as well.  

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The happiest place on earth?

 

 

“The Year of Living Danishly” was written by Helen Russell, who was curious about the claim that the happiest people live in Denmark.  Although a non-fiction work, the author’s layout and style makes it seem more like an easy-to-read novel.

Letters to the editor

Dear editor,

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Stormy marital seas

 

Tragedy, troubled marriages and large bodies of water are common themes shared in two books featured today.  One takes readers back to England in the mid-1800s while the other follows a modern family who take to the sea for a year.

Letters to the editor

Strengthen Our Voting Rights and Elections

 

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