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http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/356/50/50/ STAFF BLOGSTORM TRACKER
Garden Time?
Our recent stretch of mild weather has the trees beginning to bud out, some south facing tulips already in bloom and the lakes in Becker and Otter Tail County free of ice. This of course has many peo...
4/9/10 at 2:22 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/88/50/50/ CONFESSIONS OF A FAT GIRL
Olive Garden, swimsuits and ice cream
My husband and I decided to take a spontaneous trip to St. Cloud on Friday and Saturday. It's only an hour away from where we live, but it was so nice to get away! We stayed at Country Inn and Suites ...
2/14/10 at 5:45 AM
A celebration! 10/9/09 at 3:15 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/364/50/50/ THE VIEW FROM THE EDGE OF TOWN
Why You Blamin' Me?
Why You Blamin’ Me? I’ve always liked baseball. I played it as much as I could when I was young, although many times it was really softball. With softball, just about every kid in the nei...
10/5/09 at 6:27 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/337/50/50/ KNITTING UP NORTH
Cinxia
I believe I promised more pictures of the completed Cinxia sweater.  We seem to have been blessed with an Indian Summer this year, so we went out into the backyard to take some pictures.  I...
9/23/09 at 5:23 PM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/1875/50/50/ FAR SIDE OF 50
Garden Party
I was invited to a Sunbonnet Garden Party. I couldn't go, because I had no sunbonnet. Someone, who will remain nameless found me a sunbonnet to decorate, so I had no good excuse. I could have made som...
7/31/09 at 6:48 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/333/50/50/ JAMESTOWN PLUS 50
How's the garden coming
I make it about 136 years since the first garden was planted by a white man in the Jamestown area. The planting was done by the soldiers at Fort Seward and was probably somewhere near the present site...
6/12/09 at 3:09 AM
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