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Libraries are the currently the center of our communities, and I am writing to encourage everyone to join and support their local library. In this time of division and crisis, supporting our local library is one thing we can all agree on as important and non-partisan.

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A Modern Viking Heroine

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Crankiness soars to new heights

 

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Absentee Ballot Voting Tip #1

 

You know your vote matters. Your right to vote is precious to you. But a simple error in the way you fill out your absentee ballot CAN lead to your vote not being counted.

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Today, I read an anthology of anger in the form of Yelp reviews. A single person had rated a dozen businesses, and she had never given out anything higher than a single star, which is the lowest possible score. In addition to her ratings, she offered delightful accounts of her various experiences.

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Options for Mystery and Suspense Fans

 

If you’re interested in starting a new series, here are two offerings.  One is a cozy mystery from a new Wisconsin writer and the other is a paranormal thriller from an author who’s written dozens of books.

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To the editor,

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When I was six years old, I fell and hit my chin on the edge of a wooden toy chest. It took 19 stitches to put me back together. Last week, my daughter, who is six, fell out of a tree and smacked her chin on a wooden platform on the way down.

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Sauk Prairie Healthcare thanks community for its work to fight COVID-19

 

Dear Editor,

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Secrets and Lies

 

Those seeking intelligent spy novels infused with both drama and humor should give one of Kate Atkinson’s recent novels a try.  “Transcription” was published in 2018 and is set in London in the mid-1900s.  Like many of the author’s other works, it combines history with intrigue and drama.

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