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War Hero in Space

 

Letter to the editor

With its annual fundraiser behind them, District One EMS Member’s (Black Earth/Mazomanie) have yet another year to be thankful for. Hundreds of residents contributed to their cause, with five being picked for cash prizes. Equipment upgrades along with an automated chest compression (CPR) machine were the target of funds from this year’s event.

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Happy in the dark

 

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How to devastate your children

 

Letter to the editor

American Legion Post 313 thankful for event support.

 

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Living a Secret Life

 

Letters to the editor

Dear Editor,

If they want to go after the “wealthy” there are a thousand ways to structure the tax code to do it. Their goal is to go after working people, freelancers, and very small businesses. They will not settle for anything less than complete and total surveillance.

The Book Nook

Clever Coming-of-Age Story

 

A common literary theme is that of the everyman, a universal idea found in most cultures.  These individuals work hard, lead simple lives and crave a sense of enjoyment and belonging.  They’re usually put in unusual situations and do their best to survive.

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Elephants at night...

 

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Worth the Wait?

 

A previous Book Nook article featured Helene Wecker’s imaginative debut novel “The Golem and the Jinni”, which told the story of two mythical creatures against the backdrop of New York City in 1899.  Eight years later we have her sequel: “The Hidden Palace”.

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