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September 25, 2000
15, 2000] For
Wilma Clark, it all started 16 years ago with a pack of free seed.
Today she owns a rural San Jose business, Clark’s Greenhouse and
Herbal Country, which is not only thriving but drawing customers
from across the country for anise, yarrow, basil and sage.
. . . except for three years, nine months, and 27
15, 2000] Ray
Leesman says that he has lived in Lincoln for 80 years, "except for three
years, nine months, and 27 days, when I was in the military." After
military service and a job selling furniture, he worked at P.P.G Industries as a purchasing
agent for 30 years. His retirement in 1982 was an open door for further activity and interaction with
his community. He started volunteering, looking for places and people to serve.
Sophie Marceau, Stephen Dillane, Dominique Belcourt, Joss Ackland
15, 2000] My
prediction was that this would be another movie that I would bail
out on after about 10 minutes (if I could stomach it even that
long). It had all the trappings of being another romance drama (not
romantic drama) with a thin plot, pitiful dialogue and improbable
characters. BUT, "Firelight" proved me wrong. This film
depicts England prior to the telephone, electricity or the
automobile, but did not require any modern technology to keep my
interest. The focus of this film was on the magic of the moment and
the value of relationships.
[APRIL 15, 2000] Want to know the latest talk around town?
Where do our minds go here in the Midwest in April when we're under
the gun to get things done? Check out this week's Hearsay and Hairspray.
[APRIL 15, 2000] Kate
Wrage, daughter of Kurt and Lisa Wrage of rural Emden, was recently
named one of 10 winners in the National FFA Organization’s Risk
Management Essay Contest. Kate’s agriculture teacher and FFA
adviser at Hartsburg-Emden High School is Betsy Pech. For
winning this contest, Wrage and Pech receive an all-expenses-paid
trip to Washington, D.C., in late April.
productions this weekend:
"Once Upon a Mattress"
Charter Dinner and “School’s Out Fun Days"
Red Cross first
aid and safety classes offered
Alzheimer's unit underway
Upon A Mattress"