THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW Ice Storm Photos
I apologize for not posting these photos sooner...I couldn't look at them without feeling ill. Seriously. I had to avoid the... Posted on 4/23/13 at 2:05 PM
TWINS RUBES: A LOCAL ANGLE ON THE MINNESOTA TWINS W.A.R.: What is it good for?
As a very beginner level sabermetrician, one statistic that I can comprehend is WAR - Wins Above Replacement. Basically it calculates how many wins a player added to his team over a period of time, ab... Posted on 2/12/13 at 6:02 PM
STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE Spargel season
Our recent trip to Germany happened to coincide with a very important culinary time there. It was white asparagus season, and stands selling spargel were everywhere, and the highly prized vegetable wa... Posted on 5/23/12 at 6:18 AM
STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE Last report from Twins' spring training
I received a final report from my uncle, Marlin Berkland, from Minnesota Twins' spring training.
The Twins will open their season on Friday night at Baltimore.
From my uncle late Wednesday night... Posted on 4/5/12 at 2:46 PM
THE FLENSBURG FILES 2012: The Year of Reckoning
If there is a year where judgement day will take place, where our actions of the past will determine our fate in the future and where justice will be served once and for all, this year is it and for ... Posted on 1/4/12 at 7:12 AM
Four adults lined both sides of the island in my kitchen on a recent Sunday afternoon. Picking and choosing from an array of brightly colored fresh vegetables to include in roll-ups, we looked like young children involved in a pre-school food project, tasting, laughing and chatting as we worked. Or played.
WORTHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s drought monitor has put southwest Minnesota — and nearly all of southern Minnesota — in the moderate to severe drought category, leaving farmers concerned about soil moisture as we move into the long winter season.
Dynamic 507 youth group members (front, from left) Ananaya Alwal, Aponan Abella, Tony Singsaath and Theresa Keodouangsy along with (back left) Greg Raymo and Barb Raymo assist in the annual spring cleanup of Lake Okabena Saturday morning near Centennial Beach in Worthington.
Early stages of ground construction continues on Oxford Street at the site of the current Budget Inn property, which will most likely be torn down sometime in June. A new Hy-Vee supermarket is one of the building projects planned in Worthington for summer 2010. The new Hy-Vee will be a 60,565 square-foot facility.
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