Leisure & Lifestyle

Wed
29
Aug

Books to read in the Making Sense of the Civil War series

They cover topics from the emancipation of all slaves to the reactions of women from both the North and the South.

"March" by Geraldine Brooks

Mon
20
Aug

Local FFA students educate fairgoers about animal birth at the Minnesota State Fair

Have you ever pet a newborn lamb or watched a cow give birth? At the Minnesota State Fair, even city slickers have the opportunity to witness baby animals come into the world at the CHS Miracle of Birth Center.

Thu
09
Aug

It's college textbook time - things to think about before classes begin

Buying college textbooks used to be simple: professors told you what books to buy. You went to the college bookstore and bought them. At the end of the course, you had the option to sell them back.

Tue
07
Aug

Pharmacists have the know-how on vitamins

When it comes to understanding which vitamins are right for you, it can be tricky to know what your body needs. For some, a multivitamin can help fill in gaps in nutrition, for others, extra calcium and vitamin D are needed to help keep bones strong and healthy.

Tue
07
Aug

Pharmacists have the know-how on vitamins

When it comes to understanding which vitamins are right for you, it can be tricky to know what your body needs. For some, a multivitamin can help fill in gaps in nutrition, for others, extra calcium and vitamin D are needed to help keep bones strong and healthy.

Mon
06
Aug

Facebook may help identify people who are depressed, suicidal

Facebook could be valuable at helping identify people who may be depressed and perhaps on the verge of suicide, according to research by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and School of Pharmacy.

Mon
06
Aug

Children's clothes: making them last

After a muddy round of tackle football with the neighbors' kids in the yard, a child comes in the house and changes their clothes for dinner - the worn clothes are thrown on the bedroom floor.

Tue
31
Jul

'Things Happened Here'

Doris Dixon only ever saw one mansion while she was growing up. She lived in Sleepy Eye, a small Minnesota town with less than 4,000 residents. That mansion in her hometown caught her imagination and sparked an interest in architecture. She said she liked to admire it from afar.

Mon
30
Jul

A powerful drive

Fri
27
Jul

Green your home, lower your cooling bills

The average house contributes twice as much to global warming as the average car. With hot summer weather taking up our days, now is the time to give your home a check-up.

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