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  • A rural Iowa heart beats in the Minnesota woods
    The expansive, seemingly borderless roam of Northern Minnesota is the setting for “Heart of Wilderness,” an independent film that explores a claustrophobic blue-collar marriage strained by broken promises, deception and sheer isolation. 
  • Local woman’s film highlights orphan children’s travels west
    Between 1854 and 1929, almost a quarter-million children were taken from East Coast orphanages, put on trains — they filled whatever empty seats there were — and sent west. They stopped at pre-determined cities and towns and were lined up for inspection in front of crowds of people looking for children. 
  • A swashbuckling good show
    Wisconsin triumphed over Auburn in a thrilling, overtime Outback Bowl contest on New Year’s Day, and the game was also a winning experience for a dozen boys and girls from South Central Calhoun High School dance teams. 
  • Best friends — and husband and wife for 47 years
    It was 1962. The average cost of a new house was $12,500, a gallon of gas was 28 cents and the Song of the Year was “Moon River.” One fall evening, four teenagers went on a double date. At the time they had no idea that their date for the movies was with their future spouse. 
  • For a classy, safe ride, try the party bus
    When planning a wedding it’s important to consider how your wedding party will get to and from the church and reception and how your family and wedding guests will get home. John Ferneding of Templeton owns and operates a party bus that will not only guarantee a safe ride to and from events, but you and your wedding party will ride in style. 
  • Spanning the globe
    For Kacper and Lisa Kustron, love spanned the globe across four countries. 
  • Jubilee: Tanzanian sisters open orphanage to mark 50th year of their order
    A giggle floats down the hallway of St. Anthony Nursing Home; the Holy Spirit Sisters have arrived for work. 
  • Moving (a) home
    Tyler Quandt tailed his new house for about 15 miles on county roads and highways last week as it crept to its

    new spot on the southwest side of Carroll. 
  • ‘A commitment they made’
    A faded photo, 70 years old, shows a young man and woman, faces bright, beaming. 
  • Against all odds
    Just a lot of good luck. That’s the way Merle “Bud” Rosdail, who’s made Carroll his home the last two years, explains that 70 years ago he survived two of the deadliest battles of World War II in Europe. 
  • ‘The old-fashioned way’
    At one table, a couple work together to bone pork. At another, a man uses a Hobart meat slicer to section pieces of meat. The processes are well-oiled. Familiar. 
  • Norman Lear, Greenfield share ‘Cold Turkey’ memories, respect
    Renowned director/producer Norman Lear and the citizens of Greenfield added another page to their mutual history Saturday. At his appearance at the Warren Cultural Center, Lear spoke fondly of his days in Greenfield filming “Cold Turkey” and about enjoying his return visit. 
  • Kids' shopping spree
    Early Saturday morning, a crowd of children descended on Kmart. 
  • Denison’s St. Rose of Lima celebrates Guadalupe
    Faith and pageantry walked hand-in-hand through St. Rosa of Lima Parish Sunday as more than 700 Latino Catholics celebrated the feast of Guadalupe — a signature event in their culture. 
  • A bouquet of choices: Let the floral experts help
    Today’s brides are more prepared than ever. In years past, brides were armed with binders full of magazine clippings and photos of flowers and wedding decorations. However, times have changed and many brides arrive for their floral consultation with digital images of bridal bouquets and table arrangements downloaded to their smartphones or tablets. 
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