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Out and About Blog by Norm Stutesman

Out and About – Week of March 14th

Here we are in the middle of March and my snow blower still has some gasoline in its tank. I’m at a loss as to what I should do. Should I run the snow blower out of gas and hope that we don’t get another storm, or should I hold off for a few more days? Suddenly I regain my …

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Out and About – Week of March 7th

“If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb.” This phrase has been around for as long as I can remember, and is usually pretty accurate. If you live in the Three Rivers area, you are well aware that March came roaring in like a true king of the jungle. Some of us feel that …

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Out and About – Week of February 29th

I have recently come to the conclusion that chivalry is indeed dying. It’s just not that important anymore, much like social graces. Gentlemen don’t open doors for ladies, because ladies don’t expect or insist on it. Helping a lady off or on with her coat is something rarely seen, because gentlemen haven’t been taught this courtesy. The dying of chivalry …

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Out and About – Week of February 22nd

Prior to going into the Army, my brother gave me some well-known advice: “Never volunteer for anything.” I followed his advice most of the time. I chose the right time to volunteer and it paid off. Since retiring, I’ve found myself volunteering more and more. If someone were to ask me what I do, I’d have to answer, “I’m a …

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Out and About – Week of February 15th

If you’re not busy Wednesday, February 17, between the hours of 11:30AM and 5:15 PM, you should stop by the JOCO Center, 805 Wood Street, in Three Rivers. The JOCO Center is sponsoring a blood drive, along with the American Red Cross. Stop in, give some of your blood, have some juice and a cookie, and feel great about what …

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Out and About – Week of February 8th

I was walking from the post office to the Commercial-News office the other day, when I realized that as I was walking, I was making sure that I didn’t step on one of the cracks in the sidewalk. After all, if you step on a crack, you’ll break your mother’s back. Since my mother passed away in 1986, I’m pretty …

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