May 6, 2012
Monday: a light workload
Tuesday: a day to relax
Wednesday: salsa dancing, sharing space
Thursday: scattered storms across the sky, like smudged pastels or dripping watercolors
Friday: a moped ride at dusk through my sleepy town for ice cream
Saturday: spending two and a half hours looking for this supermoon, and not seeing it, but consciously seeing the day pass into night
Sunday: freshly squeezed orange juice
March 14, 2012
A few weeks ago before the release of “When The Rain” I posted a
August 8, 2011
There is a low mist sitting just above a field of wild flowers on Madeline Island. It is quiet and noisy at the same time. No street traffic to speak of and my brain won't shup up.
May 25, 2011
In light of the Arcadia Broiler Day's chicken-based heritage, Boberg’s hats are no ordinary stocking cap, but a humorous hat shaped like a chicken--a subtle nod to Arcadia's main business trade
May 17, 2011
Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife & Fish Refuge biologists spend their days observing and protecting the natural world
May 16, 2011
Lessons and wisdom gathered through 91 years of living
Eleanor Roach is used to waking up every day at 5 a.m.
Supporting herself with her cane Roach, 91, walked from her bedroom through her small kitchen to her living room in her Winona Watkins Manor apartment, looking expectantly for the daily newspaper that is slid underneath her door each morning.
May 6, 2011
Tim Desmond is one of two agents at the Amtrak station in Winona, Minn., and March 25 began like any other morning, but this day would end only after the train thundered into the station nearly 10 hours late
April 29, 2011
As part of a citywide effort to raise money for earthquake relief in Misato, Japan — Winona’s sister city — Saint Mary’s University will host “Celebrate Japan” Thursday, May 5.
The event, a cultural showcase of Japan’s rich culture and traditions, will run from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Toner Student Center. The showcase will begin with an announcement from Winona Mayor Jerry Miller.
April 25, 2011
For farmers like Luke Miller of Lewiston, planting season has been delayed due to this month’s cold and wet weather--and for Miller, 36, “each day is more disheartening and costly"
Farm fields lay caked in mud across Winona County. According to the National Weather Service, Winona County has experienced record rain and snowfall this April not seen since 1880.