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Thank you from Matt Fisher Thank you so much for your participation in the Matt Fisher Benefit, held on May 30, at the Durant Community Center. Whether you volunteered your time, donated an … more
Congratulations, team! I don’t usually follow sports unless someone I love very much is in the game, and then I am focused on him or her, but this year’s Wilton High School softball … more
This infographic, created by writer Paul Graham to accompany his 2008 es- say “How to Disagree,” is an straightfor- ward tool for evaluating the quality of someone’s argument. You can also use … more
Fragile, Handle with Care This 4th of July as we celebrate our Independence and our freedoms, let us not forget that the history of our great country is one of expanding our democracy, the right … more
The old saying is true, behind every good man there’s an incredible woman.” - Robert Downey Jr. This week, you will see a story that I wrote in the lead- up to Father’s Day this … more
Grassley's new title Sadly for Iowans, the gun lobby, in April, named Senator Grassley “Leg- islator of the Year,” calling Grassley a "champion of the firearm and ammuni- tion industry … more
This year, there are 165 days between Memorial Day – the day we honor members of the U.S. military who’ve died while serving our country – and Veterans Day – the day we … more
Michael Franken is a proven leader You don’t rise to the rank of admiral, commanding a destroyer squadron and an aircraft carrier without demonstrating exemplary leadership skills, not to … more
Libraries Alive! is a local talk show hosted by Wilton Public Library director Molly Garrett and Musser Public Library director Pamela Collins. A full article about the program, written by by Kathy … more
Governor wants to be Queen Reynolds Gov. Kim Reynolds recently declared she wanted her own Attorney General and Auditor. Duh? Who wouldn’t want to be a government official who wanted their … more
Last week, I created a new event at the Monticello track meet. It was called the “12x100 muddy parking lot” and it featured half the Durant track team pushing a sunken car out of a … more
High school graduation is upon us! Ironically, it was a Wilton High School graduation that first introduced me to the community of Wilton. Exactly 30 years ago this May, I attended Wilton’s … more
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