For the past several weeks, well okay maybe months already, I have felt like a shaggy dog.
A sure sign of life beginning to normalize in Kasson is the number of cars parked on Main Street.
A major highlight of my summers ever since growing up on the farm has been the county and state fairs.
After several years of living south of the Mason-Dixon Line, my wife and I were enamored with the thunder boomers, li
This past week I had the pleasure to interview a woman who turned 107 years old on Sunday.
As weather patters change from polar pushes into the state to more tropical weather from the Gulf of Mexico our days
The jury is still out on what exactly will happen to our communities in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the worst pub
Memorial Day is only four days away.
I’ll bet you never thought you would see a headline like this: “Summer is canceled.”
Interesting facts about COVID-19:
In these days of a coronavirus-filled world, one never knows what you’re going to find along the roadside.
Just last week I was discussing some of the absurdities showing up as a result of COVID-19 with Karen Jorgensen, DCI
One thing is for certain with everybody being hunkered down while dodging the coronavirus.
Sitting right in the middle of corn, hog, and cattle growing country, it’s hard for me to believe that the food we ea
One of our regular readers from Owatonna pointed out to me an article that ran in the March-April edition of RFD-TV M
Last Friday morning I was picking the clothes to wear for the day.