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CHRISTMAS

"Coming Home" columnist Jessie Veeder looks ahead to 2022 in this week's column.
MOORHEAD — Garbage collection of Christmas trees in Moorhead will begin Monday, Jan. 3.
In his "Urbi et Orbi" (to the city and the world) message, he called on individuals and world leaders to talk to each other rather than dig in their heels.
"Minding Our Elders" columnist Carol Bradley Bursack says traditions might change after losing loved ones, but joy and good memories are still possible during the holidays.

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Humanity, it seems, robbed on the solstice of the fullness of the sun's light and warmth, has, across its spectrum of race and culture, created traditions that seek to replace that literal light and warmth with figurative alternatives found in family and fellowship.
"Santa's been doing this for centuries, he's a professional," said Canadian Army Captain Alexandra Hejduk, a spokesperson for the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).
FlightAware said Delta Air Lines Inc. cut 278 flights. JetBlue Airways Corp. chopped 72 flights, or 7% of its Friday schedule, according to the website.
"Coming Home" columnist Jessie Veeder says contrary to popular opinion, Christmas comes even if you don't get your fudge made, cut, packaged and distributed.
Silently, whispering at best, I saw the revelation of a choir in the aisles of a grocery store.
The prison Toy Lift program sent gifts to 315 children this year, a spokesman said.

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A rural Frazee, Minnesota man helped pioneer this region's first bone marrow transplant program.
For years, Sanford Health has helped families celebrates the Christmas holiday and the birth of their newborn children with the fun activity.
We know Ralphie from "A Christmas Story" would do anything for "the holy grail of Christmas gifts." What was the one gift you had to have as a kid?

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