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Outside Chance

October 19, 2018

Getting read for peek deer season By Jack Payne When possible I schedule as much time for hunting around the solunar tables and the book from Charles Alsheimer, (Hunting Whitetails by the Moon) as possible. Years of record keeping has shown to me that both ...

TRACY K. LORENZ ...

October 19, 2018

Laundry I was out at a woman’s house looking at a laundry nook renovation (the laundry nook was built in the 70’s when washing machines were 2” smaller, the new washing machine wouldn’t fit), and she was anxious to get it done because ...

TRACY K. LORENZ ...

October 19, 2018

The Squirrel A few years back I accidentally killed a squirrel. My son Q was three and had this little kiddie pool on the back deck with about six inches of water in it. We went in for lunch, two little squirrels got into the pool and apparently weren’t ...

With Fresh Eyes: Trust Rediscovered

October 19, 2018

By Rich Nelson   I am a sexual abuse survivor.  I approach the writing and publication of this story with much trepidation. Recent events have inspired me to publicly share this for the first time. Dr. Christine Blasey Ford opened her recent Senate ...

Positive psychology

October 19, 2018

Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda By Carol Parker Thompson, Ph.D. When you reflect on some of your questionable acts and behavior, either recent or years ago, how many times have you thought that in certain circumstances you could have behaved differently? Is your ...

Tracy K. Lorenz

October 19, 2018

The Fly Right at this exact moment there’s a fly on my windowsill and he appears a little dazed; perhaps that’s because he’s been beating his head against the glass for the last half hour trying to escape through a window that doesn’t ...