How will the pandemic change our lives over the long run?

As soon-to-be “citizen” Trump rides off into the sunset, there has been much speculation about how he has changed politics forever, whether he will run again in 2024, how influential he will remain in the Republican Party, etc.

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  • Every day is April Fools’ Day

    January 14th, 2021
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    What if I were to include in this column information on a bar in Wilton that serves minors, and after getting them drunk, uses them to create child pornography?

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    In these tumultous times, consider keeping a journal

    January 6th, 2021
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    Locked down in the midst of a pandemic? Trying whiling away the hours in a conversation with your dead grandmother. That’s what I am doing. No, I haven’t taken leave of my senses. Well, not completely.

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    Risser made Wisconsin a better state for its citizens

    December 30th, 2020
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    Okay, one more holiday season. For the first time ever, I turned over the meal preparations to my two daughters.

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    A year without a Christmas tree

    December 12th, 2020
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    It occurs to me this will be the first year in decades that my family will not have a Christmas tree.

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    Content spreads quickly on the Internet

    December 12th, 2020
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    Even though I have been acquainted with the Internet for nearly 30 years, I’m still amazed by how content boomerangs around faster than you can say “Facebook.”

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  • ‘The Crown’ is a good distraction from news of Covid-19, election

    November 18th, 2020
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    This week, I ambled away from cable news, the pandemic and the guy in the White House who appears to have set up permanent camp.

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    Cancellation of events weakens community ties

    November 11th, 2020
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    I was saddened but not surprised to hear that only about two-thirds of the folks who usually attend the Norwalk community Thanksgiving dinner stopped by Sunday to pick up a meal at this year’s drive-through event.

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    Look for strength of character, integrity when choosing a candidate

    October 28th, 2020
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    f you have been watching Channel 8 WKBT recently, you might have seen a familiar face, Brian Rude of Coon Valley.

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    Election season about to conclude, finally

    October 22nd, 2020
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    Ah, in just two weeks, the election will grind its way to a merciful end. The presidential contest alone will have spent $5.8 billion.

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    Covid-19 recovery presents challenges

    October 7th, 2020
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    Yes, friends, I am still here and above the sod. I am home from the hospital, driving my husband nuts and doing relatively well after my Covid-19 diagnosis.

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    Campaigns have changed, as evidenced by ‘F*CK Your Feelings’ signs

    September 23rd, 2020
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    My goodness, times have changed. I was reminded of that the other day when, as I was leaving Cashton on Highway 33, I noticed a Trump 2020 sign. This year, there are so many election signs that they tend to blend into the landscape.

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