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Out and About Blog by Norm Stutesman

Out and About – Week of June 6th

Congratulations to the Three Rivers High School graduating class of 2011. You’ve had twelve years of free-to-you education. It is now up to you to make good use of your time and to do what you can to make this world a better place. If you’ve paid attention during the last twelve years, your future should be bright, as long ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of May 30th

Before I forget, here are the answers to last week’s trivia questions: The Hundred Years War lasted 116 years. The country that makes Panama hats is Ecuador. A camel’s hair brush is made of squirrel fur. I thank those who have asked for trivia questions in the past. I enjoy including them in the column from time to time. I ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of May 23rd

This weekend is Memorial Day weekend. It’s a special time for everyone. It’s an opportunity to do some traveling, camping, or just hanging around the old homestead and getting yard work done. In Three Rivers there will be a short parade, followed by a ceremony at Riverside Cemetery. If you’re in the area, please make the time to watch the ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of May 16th

It’s refreshing to see people getting out and about more, now that the weather has improved a great deal from a couple of months ago. One doesn’t need even a jacket or sweatshirt when venturing outside. Kudos to those who take the time to take their dogs for long walks, or, as a family, put some miles on their bicycles. ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of May 9th

The community theatre world has lost a very dedicated thespian. Last week, Karen Ruhlig was killed in an auto accident near Kalamazoo. A lot of the details were made public, but I thought I’d add a few more facts that most people may not know. Karen was a rather private person; there were only a few who knew her really ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of May 2nd

I don’t know where the month of April went, but for me, it was gone before I realized it was here. And talk about April showers! I won’t even get into that. Diane, of Mobile Bike Repair, has come up with a great idea. She has organized Saturday morning bike rides. Starting this next Saturday, May 7, and continuing every ... Read More »