Columns

With Fresh Eyes: A National Failure

May 16, 2018

By Rich Nelson The two young gentlemen were there for a meeting. They were waiting for a third party to discuss a real estate opportunity.  What followed was yet another illustration of racial divide and injustice in this country. Rashon Nelson was ...

Outside Chance: The 1-2 punch for walleye and panfish

May 16, 2018

By Jack Payne  “The easiest way to a fish fry is with the combination of jigs and floats,” said Jeff Sundin, a fishing guide. Guides that fish inland lakes must learn techniques that anglers can grasp quickly and that put fish into the ...

With Fresh Eyes

May 16, 2018

The Loss of Civility by Rich Nelson  Somewhere along the way, we have lost sight of the basic principles of respect, decency and civility – and how we approach interactions with each other, particularly when differences of opinion are debated. ...

Join the 1 in 21 Movement

May 16, 2018

Letting Go of the Ego   by Chris Burnaw     In 2015, I announced in this column that I was going to train for and run in the Gazelle Girl Half Marathon with my sister . . . and we did it!  I worked through an injury that year and the next ...

Outside Chance: Cold water perch

May 16, 2018

by Jack Payne                                   This cold crazy spring has brought one ...

With Fresh Eyes: Falsehoods as Political Strategy

May 16, 2018

by Rich Nelson “The current president is unique in his indifference to reality.” So says New York Times reporter David Leonhardt, whose research found that Trump told more than three times as many falsehoods during the first ten months of his ...