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Out and About Blog by Norm Stutesman

Out and About – Week of December 31st

This will be my last column for 2012. I’m taking the rest of the year off. How many times do you think you’ll hear that today? Everybody wants to be a comedian, including yours truly. I try to be funny, or clever, and this column gives me an outlet to do that sometimes. 2012 has been a pretty good year …

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Out and About – Week of December 24th

Congratulations on finding this column. It’s a day earlier than usual, but I did mention this a couple of times. If your garbage is normally picked up on Tuesday, it will be picked up on Wednesday this week and next. This affects those living in the Second District of Three Rivers. Everyone else will have their garbage picked up a …

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Out and About – Week of December 17th

With Christmas a week from today, and New Year’s Day the week after that, this column will be published a day earlier for the next two weeks. In other words, there will not be a Commercial-News published the next two Tuesdays. Another item worth noting; For the next two weeks, the only people who will have their garbage picked up …

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Out and About – Week of December 10th

Christmas is two weeks from today. If you are planning to mail your Christmas gifts via US Mail, you might want to get to the post office soon. Please have patience with the postal clerks. You are not the only procrastinator in town, so please be prepared to wait in a line for a few minutes. Once you arrive at …

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Out and About – Week of December 3rd

Here are the answers to last week’s Quiz for Bright People: 1. The sport in which neither the spectators nor the participants know the leader or running score until the contest ends is BOXING. 2. The only vegetable or fruit that is never sold frozen, canned, processed, cooked, or in any other form except fresh is LETTUCE. 3. The three …

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Out and About – Week of November 26th

I can’t remember a Thanksgiving with such nice weather, as the one we just experienced. It was perfect weather for those who traveled, which in years past, hasn’t been quite as nice. I remember, while working at O’Hare Airport, many folks celebrated Thanksgiving with a turkey sandwich, sitting in the lobby waiting for news on their flight home. I hope …

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