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Seeking a spot to vacation with long, paved bike trails, Spark and I went to Southeast Minnesota and Wisconsin last week. Surprises were in store for us when we stayed five nights in the hamlet of Harmony, Minn., population 1,000-something.
Life in America hasn’t been the same for Megan Fuhr, a 2012 graduate of Washington High School, since she returned from a study abroad trip this spring to Vietnam and Cambodia.
Local residents who like to play on the Missouri River, whether it’s boating or fishing, are probably familiar with Asian carp, sometimes referred to as flying fish because of their tendency to jump out of the water when they get disturbed by boats or even rainfall.
Donald Hoerstkamp is getting ready to deliver a C-182 airplane to Ecuador for the nonprofit organization Wings of Hope, but compared to his last international trip for the charity, “this one will feel local,” he joked.
The fifth show of The Muny's 96th season, “Seussical,” will be on stage Tuesday, July 22, through Monday, July 28.
Certain smells take you right back to being a kid. Nothing conjures up summer like walking into a school when everything is pulled out of the classrooms and you get a whiff of floor wax.
“It makes your heart really warm,” said Cindy Heimann, a member of Washington Elks Lodge 1559 about a Halloween dance members hosted last October for clients of Developmental Services of Franklin County (DSFC).
Ralph and Lois Oltmann remember well all the rain that fell in Union during the County Fair back in July 1958.
This year’s Fourth of July marks the 237th birthday of the United States of America. Between then and now, the country and the world have changed in ways the Founding Fathers, including George Washington, likely never imagined.
Their neighbors call it the Field of Dreams. Herb and Karen Timpe just call it The Field.
Summer is officially here, so get out and soak up some of that vitamin D. The sun is not just good for plants, but we need it too!
A foodie’s dream came true for me on Saturday. I served as a judge for the Edible Book Contest at Washington Public Library.
It’s easy to throw a 4th of July party that looks like you worked on it for weeks, even if you just started the planning process.
Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part series. The first part appeared in the June 21-22 issue.