Wishek pre-school letter to the editor

Rural, public education is a passion for our family and has been for generations. Today in our small town newspaper, The Wishek Star, my husband, Nathan, has a letter to the editor, following our public pre-school being cut for the school year last week, the week before school begins. I’m sharing it below for those who […]

Presence over presents for holiday shopping

Do you have the Black Friday ads in front of you, plotting the best shopping sales after Thanksgiving? Or, maybe you’re holding out for Cyber Monday deals. What about Small Business Saturday? It’s easy to get caught up in the first-world shopping headlines and buzz of the season and put more value on presents rather […]

Wishek’s Sauerkraut Day builds community

In sea of political commentary this season which wanes on us all, I am avoiding it and going to share with you about small towns and sauerkraut of all things. Sauerkraut connects our community. Nothing can clear our minds and specifically our senses quite like fermented cabbage. Sauerkraut connects me every second Wednesday in October […]