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There is no better way to get familiar with the Slovenian culture and have fun at the same time than to try our ridiculous Slovenian Olympics program. 77 more words


Street Closure Makes Front Page

Today’s South Bend Tribune features a summary of our community’s efforts to reduce and calm cut-though traffic in our neighborhood.  “It isn’t really supposed to be a cut through,” Public Works Director Eric Horvath said of 27th Street. 492 more words

October, November 2014 Report

report on 2014 walnut harvest & look at Andersen Marsh


Unrestrained Selfishness

In all my years of volunteerism for positive outcomes, I have encountered opposing points of view and votes that didn’t go my way. But never have I witnessed acts of belligerent defiance like those that have occurred since the barricades were put up to stop the plague of cut-through traffic in our neighborhood. 287 more words

The Community is Already Noticing a Difference

This writer received the following message from a Walnut Grove resident:

It is a great sense of neighborhood to have a little quiet on 29th Street as I’m sure it is on 26th Street as well. 

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An Atmosphere of Calm and Connectivity

What a difference it makes to subtract noise, traffic and disrespectful behavior from a community’s environment.

Yesterday, the City of South Bend installed barricades on 27th Street, effectively ending 90% of the “cut-through” traffic that has plagued Walnut Grove for decades.  276 more words

More from the Delta

A selection from a recent trip to the Sacramento Delta towns of Locke and Walnut Grove. Late afternoon light on the old store fronts and shops made them glow with color and texture. 90 more words