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I just thought it was old, but obviously it was special to her. She smiled softly as her fingers wrapped around the single, curved brass handle on the tiger-oak frame and tugged the glass door open. … more
During my business life, I have managed often. And this I kept learning: I hoard notes from wiser leaders than I. That helps me keep learning. I share with you a small list from which you could learn … more
Over the course of the last two weekends, I’ve been able to attend community events in Ramona and Arlington to support the fire department and the American Legion. Both events had huge crowds in … more
In many ways, the pioneers led a simple life. The Ingalls family lived in tiny, homemade homes, cooked the same, simple meals over and over. Space was limited in their covered wagon, where they … more
Our kitchen remodel continues, and although it’s taking longer than expected, I can finally say some major improvements have been completed. Progress is being made thanks to some help from friends … more
I enjoy visiting with my colleagues who are medical specialists. We dive in and explore the depths of a particular condition. However, there is something to say about the breadth of knowledge that a … more
South Dakota is in the middle of a healthcare boom. While the strain of the pandemic has challenged this industry across the country, our state has remained resilient. A new study from WalletHub … more
This comes from Mike McFarland, now living in Wyoming. He and I traveled to rodeos together, he as a bull fighter and me as the announcer. He regularly regales me with great material. THE RULES FOR … more
The first church my kids really experienced and still remember was an outreach ministry that we were a part of for a few years about 10 years ago. About 10 couples left our home church and followed … more
“But…” The cold look in her father’s narrowed eyes defied any argument. No meant no. How could this be? How could a father withhold her own hard-earned money? How could he keep it when she … more
Great leaders, like Ronald Reagan, had a unique way of uniting people. He famously said, the person that agrees with you 80 percent of the time is a friend and an ally – not a 20 percent traitor. I … more
Since ancient times, marijuana has been used for medicinal and recreational purposes in many cultures. In the United States, it became illegal during prohibition, like alcohol. Later, under the … more
Living without a kitchen the past week has been a real challenge; having our kitchen boxed up and stacked all over our living room is making me feel claustrophobic. We were able to get the ceiling … more
Our kitchen remodel is now in full swing, and it looks like we’ll be without a kitchen for at least a week or two. I knew the remodel would be a big project. We are replacing all of our cupboards, … more
Sunday, March 20 marks the first day of Spring — at 10:33 a.m. CT/9:33 a.m. MT precisely, according to the Farmer’s Almanac. Spring is a crucial season for both of our state’s two largest … more
The Felberg house has three crazy dogs - Malcolm, Poppy and Clover. We have had Malcolm, a yorkie - Pomeranian, a little over 8 years - named after Malcolm Jamal Warner of the Cosby Show. (What can I … more
“Ma will have your hide if you slop all the milk out of that bucket!” Emma giggled at the extra spring in her older sister’s step as they hurried to the house with the milk for the family. … more
The 2022 SD Legislative Session wrapped up on March 3 except for “veto” day, which happens on March 28. The legislature did get the budget passed for the new fiscal year that starts on July 1, … more
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