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What's the connection between opera, flamingo and sour lemons?

Give up?

Try Jami Wrights’ brand new color palette that she broke in at her paintout recently at the Huntington Manor. Our hosts, Mike Shirk, Philip and of course Lorri, welcomed us with juice and goodies and we watched Jami make her magic in the garden. 342 more words


A day in the life of ... Wayne Peltier

The Peltier household was built with a rare kind of determination, and the strength can be felt in the space between Wayne and Pat Peltier. They sit at opposite ends of the kitchen island as they welcome their visitors from… 159 more words

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Basin Electric, North Dakota rally energy states this week to influence carbon rule

When clouds of adversity overshadow the well-being of those at the end of the line, allies unite to weather the storm.

The Environmental Protection Agency… 243 more words

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Walking the co-op talk: Education, fellowship contagious during South Dakota Co-op Day

As Ed Anderson moseys his way through a cluster of handshakes atop a second-floor stairwell, colleagues razz him about being late to his own party. 247 more words

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One year ago our new blog began!

When Ally B emailed and asked if anyone had computer skills and would like to learn how to blog, I volunteered without knowing that it was on-the-job training as this was all pretty new to all of us. 1,063 more words


Some people get volun"told" and others just volunteer for fun!

We have wonderful volunteers who come every week or once a month to help with everything from answering phones, to pouring wine, hanging paintings, serving food, manning the desks, plus helping with sales of artists cards and paintings. 489 more words


We had a flowery bunch for Tom's watercolor workshop.

Busily they splashed the rose color and found their inner flower at the San Diego Watercolor Society’s recent workshop with Tom Tiedeman. He demoed his style and the group came up with fabulous likenesses of this wonderfully color ful flora. 133 more words