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Following the first in series, “A Year on Ladybug Farm,” this book resumes the story of three women, Cici, Bridget and Lindsay, who buy a dilapidated farm and mansion.   Friends for … more
This week we are beginning to discuss legislation to further address school safety. The tragic shooting at Perry High School brought school safety to the top of our legislative agenda. We have … more
This week I will explain my continued opposition to the AEA bill.   Before I get into the why I oppose it, I want to acknowledge an opinion that has been nearly unanimous – there is room … more
August 20, 1874, on a hot and dusty day, a blaze started at Reed and Dow’s grain elevator on Railroad Street.   First a spark and the whole complex began to burn.   The fire was born, … more
If you have never read the books by Patrick McManus, you should, and you will laugh out loud sometimes.   He tells of his childhood exploring the mountains, forests and waters of Idaho.   … more
“Why did that happen?” “Something to do with the mail.” “I liked it the way it was.” When the founding fathers prepared to plat our town in 1854, … more
"Did you see them?" "No. Is it true?" "Yes, I saw some of them." Mastodon bones were discovered by a farmer, on his land a short distance south of the Wilton corporation line. It was … more
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