Is a spike in your blood pressure any way to start the holiday season?
That is almost certain to occur on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, when lemming-like, many people will rise and rush to their automobiles, sit in traffic for hours, and arrive just in time to jostle for a prime parking spot at the mall.
By Kay Hoffer, Steppin' Out
Submitted by the Prairie County Board of Commissioners
This column addresses to the community of Prairie County to clarify the Board of Prairie County Commissioners decision to attempt to correct the Museum’s water issue in the basement by converting the basement to a crawl space.
By Chad Kundson
On the rare occasion of a gubernatorial fly-in, I was compelled to join the crowd at City Hall last week to witness Gov. Steve Bullock’s “big announcement.”
The storm came in hard and fast,
By Eldon Toews
Living Way Fellowship
By Todd Devlin
Prairie County Commissioner
I went to Washington DC this last week for four days. The reason for the trip was to address issues with:
By Pastor Jacob Hanneman
Trinity Lutheran Church
Then I saw another angel flying in midair, and he had the eternal gospel to proclaim to those who live on the earth — to every nation, tribe, language and people. 7 He said in a loud voice, “Fear God and give him glory, because the hour of his judgment has come. Worship him who made the heavens, the earth, the sea and the springs of water.” (Revelation 14:6, 7)
Restricting ‘seconds’ causing biggest concern in federally mandated program
By Casey Klasna
Terry Schools Superintendent
With the new school year came new changes, especially in school food. This article will focus on the new changes to the school nutrition programs that the Terry School District and districts nationwide are required to implement.
By Dan Killoy
The old axiom that a picture is worth a thousand words has been forever pressed into my mind after seeing the aftermath of a horrific car accident involving my daughter-in-law and my 1-year-old twin granddaughters last month.