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  • OBITUARIES

    This may sound morbid at first thought but I read obituaries. It’s not so much that I am of an age when my own obit will be in the local paper down the road, but rather my innate curiosity. Let me explain. I know quite …

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  • JUST A ‘BLOG’

    A part of the reason for having this website was to ‘blog’ about things political, social, spiritual, and even inane. There is no day in my life that doesn’t offer some insight on life. None. Yet, I become preoccupied with matters of little importance and …

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  • Back Home

    As the title implies, I’m home from five months in Florida. Yes, I was greeted with a beautiful, but wet, snowfall on Monday . . . but, today it’s mostly gone. Over these past years I’ve come to expect Hibbing looking winter-worn, and unattractive in …

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  • April of 2017

    I’ve been negligent again. When I developed this website I fully intended to ‘blog’ on a regular basis. Obviously, of late I have had ‘too many moving pieces’ in my life. Last fall I was diagnosed with prostate cancer, in December I had surgery, since …

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  • Merry Christmas

    Well . . . I’m in Florida for a few months–but not before a good taste of northern Minnesota winter. Some say 18 inches of heavy, wet snow. Now, 2000 miles south and east, I’m in the Sunshine State. The trip down, however, was not …

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  • On Coming Together

    It’s over! Like most of you I found the presidential campaign to be the most devisive and even painful experience in my lifetime. To many like myself, it was a decision on ‘the lesser of two evils’ . . . a sad commentary on American …

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  • Thanksgiving

    In my mother’s heart, Thanksgiving was her favorite holiday, and a day that her four sons and their growing families never missed. Our Hoyt Lakes home always was a special place for all of us. I think that Mom’s spirit rubbed off on me. In …

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  • ‘TEARS’

    First, I want to announce the release of my new novel,’TEARS’,this week. Next I want to thank Kelly Grinsteinner of the Hibbing Daily Tribune for her wonderful story (Sunday’s issue of ‘Tailings’) about my new book. Actually, for the past several years, Kelly’s story has …

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  • TEARS

    It started sometime in December of last year. IT was a story that perplexed me for most of that month. I have written about lumbermen, miners, labor strikes, newsmen and women, lawyers, politicians, and ordinary folks that live here in God’s Country. Yet, there is …

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  • There is a Time . . .

    I am following up my last post, “With Heavy Heart’ with a conclusion of sorts. That is, if conclusion is an appropriate way to describe my feelings of the moment. I am reminded of Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 which be begins with the line “There is a …

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