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John’s Graduation Advice

May 29, 2016 This year I have two wonderful nieces graduating from High School, The following advice is for Cassidy and Desiree Sheda and anyone else that cares to heed the expert thoughts on “YOURS TRULY. more »»

Toledo Farmers Market

May 27, 2016 Market Report for May 20, 2016 What a beautiful night for the Toledo Farmers’ Market. It was so much better than last week. Even the customers thought that as we had a great turn out. more »»

What's Happening at the Wieting

May 25, 2016 Starting Thursday, June 2 we will have an extra showing of the weekend movie. The Thursday movie will run thru August. Doors open at 6:30, movie starts at 7 p.m. Admission is $3; 3D movies are $. more »»

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

May 22, 2016 On Monday, May 30, we will celebrate Memorial Day. For some it is the “kick-off” for summer but for many, it’s a time of reflection for loved ones gone. more »»

What's Happening at the Wieting?

May 19, 2016 I have been talking to different people in our community about the Stoplight Festiva. more »»

Better late than never

May 15, 2016 As most know, last week was National Nurses Week. We honor all Nurses everywhere for a “JOB WELL DONE. more »»

What's Happening at the Wieting

May 12, 2016 The Stoplight Festival will be on Friday, July 8 at 4 to 9 p.m. on the courthouse square. The Wieting Theatre Guild will be participating by having the dunk tank. We will run it from 4-6 p.m. more »»

Happy Mothers Day

May 8, 2016 My mom was born way back in 1915 and she left me in 1988. She was full blown Irish and for the record, Dad was 100% Czech. more »»

What's Happening at the Wieting

May 5, 2016 First I want to inform you that the Camp Creamery school for July 25 - 29 is full. If you think you can register your child; not this year. more »»

Volunteerism

May 1, 2016 I know the month of April is just about over, but did you know that April is National Volunteer Recognition Month? Volunteers are a special breed of people. more »»

A Few of My Favorite Things

April 24, 2016 Last time we talked about pet peeves; those things that just irritate the “bejeebers” out of us. more »»

What's Happening at the Wieting

April 21, 2016 Don’t forget the Bluegrass music event on Sunday, April 24, 2 p.m. at the Wieting. Price of admission is $15 per person. There will be 3 separate bands performing. more »»

Annual pet peeves column

April 17, 2016 Well, this is the one column you’ve been waiting for, Pet Peeves! The long winter drought is over and it’s time to once again look closely at those little and sometimes not-so-little things that... more »»

What's Happening at the Wieting ?

April 11, 2016 All of you who enjoy bluegrass music, we have an event for you on Sunday, April 24 at 2 p.m. more »»

Annual pet peeves column

April 10, 2016 ANNUAL PET PEEVES COLUMN Well, this is the one column you've been waiting for, Pet Peeves! The long winter drought is over and it's time to once again look closely at those little and sometimes... more »»

What's Happening at the Wieting?

April 7, 2016 I see that Lori has received the info and application forms for the newest Camp Creamery school. This year it is called “A Mystery at Mumsley Manor”. The price is $60.00 per child. more »»

Chelsea and Small Town Values

April 3, 2016 A while back I heard that a person was being interviewed by a news reporter and was asked what the two greatest problems facing society today were. more »»

Urge support for south Tama Revenue Purpose Statement vote

April 2, 2016 Dear Editor, We would like to encourage the South Tama voters to support the South Tama County School District by voting YES to extend the STC’s Revenue Purpose Statement on April 5th. more »»

What's happening at the Wieting ?

March 31, 2016 The final Fine Arts event in this years series is “Dancers & Company”. This takes place Sunday, April 3 at 2:00 p.m. at the Wieting. Tickets are available at the door starting at 1:30 p.m. more »»

Easter Week, 1958

March 27, 2016 In my home town of Chelsea, Easter week was huge. Especially when you were seven years old. Chelsea was a town of about 385 people except during holidays, summer vacations and spring breaks. more »»

 
 

 

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