STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT The many faces for Santa Claus
Up from the basement he arose quietly, bearing gifts that were labeled for the Buntjer family.
His red suit sagged where a round belly should be, his white beard was bushy and his spectacles clean.
... Posted on 12/26/11 at 9:40 PM
THE FLENSBURG FILES Christmas Market Tour 2011 Nr. 2: Weimar
Weimar is one of those hidden treasures that we never know about until the first words come to mind: The Weimar Republic, the period between 1919 and 1932 where democracy was in its trying times bec... Posted on 12/15/11 at 5:10 PM
REPRINT 1934: Santa to Appear in Worthington, Terrify Children
I'm guessing it's just the poor scanning job I did on this advertisement for a Santa appearance in Worthington in 1934, but this Santa looks kinda scary to me.
After a wacky holiday, Reprint is back... Posted on 12/28/09 at 7:37 AM
Regarding Elgin Schmidt, retired farmer, letter to editor on July 13 involving Minnesota Universal Single Payer health care coverage.
Some excerpts: “Imagine your doctor acting in your best interest without having to check with the insurance company.” Who does he check with? Santa Claus? “No co-payment or outrageous deductibles?”
Santa and Mrs. Claus distribute treats and chat with children
BREWSTER — Legendary gift-bringer Santa Claus took time Saturday from his busy pre-Christmas preparations to visit Brewster, hosting lap-side present negotiations with about 40 children in the American Legion Hall.
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