STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE The sidewalk incident
Now I know why, when I was a child, my mother always admonished me to pick up my feet.
While walking down a street in Milwaukee recently, I became the victim of an uneven sidewalk.
One minute I was ta... Posted on 6/6/13 at 12:36 PM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING 10 Rules for Naming a Baby
Selecting a name for your baby isn't easy, with so many names to choose from.
At the risk of putting my foot in it, because I'm not a parent and have never had to make this kind of life-altering deci... Posted on 12/13/12 at 10:00 PM
WORTHINGTON — I stayed overnight with Aunt Maggie and Uncle Bert. Now this was more than three or four years ago. On the farm east of Wilmont. There were kerosene lamps because Bert and Maggie did not yet have electricity.
When I got up in the morning, Aunt Maggie was frying pork chops and potatoes. Nice gravy. “Strange,” I thought.
WORTHINGTON — As a noun, cobbler has varied definitions. For the purposes of this story, refer to definition No. 1 — a person who mends shoes. Although not utilized much any more, it’s a term that applies to Bob Wulf, owner of Worthington Footwear & Repair, located at 914 Third Ave. in downtown Worthington.
WORTHINGTON — Holy Week — the days leading up to Easter — is generally a busy time at any church, with extra services and preparations for the triumphant celebration of Christ’s resurrection on Easter Sunday.
The staff and membership of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Worthington have an additional Holy Week responsibility this year, as the parish will host the Diocese of Winona Chrism Mass on Monday evening.
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