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Stiegelmeier feeds five hungry mouths

Wendy Stiegelmeier really enjoys making food that looks good. But with five young mouths to feed, she focuses on fast and easy meals at this point in her life. Wendy has been married for 16 years. She and her husband David have five boys age 10 and younger.

Indian Creek abides by county policies

The drought is affecting people all over Walworth and Campbell counties. At Indian Creek Campground, park manager Dan Richards is enforcing the burn ban and taking care of the young trees to ensure success through the summer.

Internships change outlook

Dustin Burggraff knows the value of learning about the different areas of agriculture. He has traveled to Russia, South Africa, and all over the United States learning about different agriculture practices. Now he, his wife Lynn and their four children have settled near Mound City and want to share their agriculture experience with others. They have begun an internship program.

Roger was passionate pheasant, deer hunter

Roger Ryckman, 59, of Pollock, passed away after a short battle with cancer, on July 11, 2017, at his home in Lincoln, N.D. Funeral services were held on Monday, July 17, 2017, at Pollock Memorial Presbyterian Church with Rev. Floyd Haan officiating.

Darrel Smith: Is US government spending sustainable?

Is it sustainable for the US government to increase spending and borrowing money indefinitely? In June the US government spent over $428 billion. This monthly spending would total over 5 trillion dollars in a year. The US government’s taxes were over $338 billion in June, meaning that over $90 billion of June spending was borrowed money. With record levels of […]

JAY DAVIS: Season came to an end all too soon

Man, the end of a season is brutal in its finality. The Post 4 baseball team and I were in the middle of a baseball game, we fell behind by one run, lost the game, and then it was all over. It ends just like that. The umpire says, “that’s the ballgame,” and all that is left is to clean […]

NICOLE HAMILTON: Social media isn’t meant for children

Social media. It is championed and frowned upon. It’s beneficial yet dangerous. Though it provides more information to people than ever before, it is a dangerous tool to be put into the hands of children. Children under 13 years old should not have access to any form of social media.


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