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Life As I See It

He filled the doorway. Jonathon was a big man who met all difficulties head on, never shrinking from a challenge. He was now faced with a situation that sent him reeling. The doctors just told him that they had done all they could for his Sarah and...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, September 14, 1951 Cashton’s Fall Festival has had some mammoth parades in the preceding three editions of the beg event, but his year’s parade promises to surpass anything that has gone before. Many farmers of...

 

Hanley's Helpful Hints

Dried Beef Casserole 1/2 pound dried beef, cut up 1-1/2 cups shredded cheddar cheese (divided) 1/2 cup milk 1 can cream of mushroom soup 1 can cream of chicken soup or cream of celery soup Salt, pepper and garlic powder (to taste) 1-2 cups elbow...

 

An Outdoorsman's Journal

Hello friends, This week's column for the most part is about spending four days in Dodge County near Burnett with my super, duper most perfect buddy the one and only ROD BENSLEY! I have written about...

 

Fanning Files

By Me Driving around our unique area and not noticing the majestic views from atop a ridge road, or the powerful grace in which the Mississippi River flows must be a lot like traveling with one’s eyes closed. We chose a different route to ride...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, September 7, 1951 A steel fence has been erected along the road at the village park, extending the full distance of the frontage. An attractive arch over the main driveway bear the letters “CASHTON PARK”. Little Tommy...

 

Hanley's Helpful Hints

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. This week’s recipe was found in the Aug./Sept. 2021 “Taste of Home” magazine. It can be prepared in advance and made quickly on those hectic mornings. Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches 12...

 

An Outdoorsman's Journal

Operation Musky 2021 Hello friends, Twenty-one years ago, I joined a group of my buddies from my days back in the Wisconsin Air National Guard for an annual musky fishing outing that at that time was...

 

Fanning Files

By Me I have always liked history - I just wasn’t very good at it in school. To this day I struggle to remember people’s names, important dates and things that matter to Me. And in school that is what mattered. I can remember details of my own...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, August 24, 1951 The Cashton Cubs were nosed out by St. Mary’s, 8-7, at St. Mary’s Sunday afternoon in a Coulee league contest. The Town of Jefferson grader building has been completed and a dance will be held there...

 

Hanley's Helpful Hints

This week’s recipe was found in the August/September 2021 “Allrecipes” magazine. Breakfast Tots Scrambled eggs Bacon, crumbled Tater Tots Shredded Pepper Jack cheese Sliced green onions Bake tater tots according to package directions. Make...

 

An Outdoorsman's Journal

Hello friends, My relationship with Pete and Elizabeth Hagedorn of Red Lake, Ontario began in 1982 when my father, Robert Walters, brother Mike, and a family friend, did our first fly in fishing trip...

 

Fanning Files

By Me There are those days when everything just seems to fall into place. Days when the sun is shining, the temperature is a steady 70 degrees, there is a slight breeze, and only a few puffy clouds in the sky and they’re all shaped like puppies. On...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, August 24, 1951 This screwy Western Wisconsin league, baseball season had another unusual chapter added Sunday night when the South Ridge - Cashton game was called because of FOG. Pvt. Georgie Winchel is back from an...

 

Hanley's Helpful Hints

This week’s recipe was found in the August/September 2021 “Allrecipes” magazine. Instant Pot Creamy Bacon Macaroni and Cheese 3 cups water 12 oz. pasta shells (3 cups) 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon onion powder 1/4...

 

An Outdoorsman's Journal

Hello friends, So, life is crazy, lots of bad came my way, so I'm heading to the Flambeau to heal! This past week I loaded the canoe on the old Chevy and packed the truck with camping and fishing...

 

Fanning Files

By Me I believed I could do it. Racing toward the tunnel entry on my single speed bicycle fitted with a metal handlebar clamp that cuddled a flashlight. The light, powered by a pair of C batteries, offered little more than a dim narrow beam. As I...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, August 17, 1951 At a county school committee meeting held at the court house in Sparta Monday, Aug 13, the committee set the top ceiling of $260 per student for the 1950-51 tuition bill. Showing at the Welcome Theater in...

 

Life As I See It

I gripped the podium as if it was a lifeline. It would take the Jaws of Life to pry off my hands. I stared at the notes before me, and they offered no comfort. Cautiously I glanced to my left. The fear level shot upward. There she was sitting like a...

 

Hanley's Helpful Hints

By Lorraine Hanley ____________________ I found this week’s recipe in the Aug./Sept. 2021 “Taste of Home” magazine. This recipe can be made in advance, frozen, and then placed in a slow cooker to be made at a later time. Garden Chicken...

 

An Outdoorsman's Journal

Hello friends, Generally, this column is upbeat, there is plenty to read, watch, or listen to that is not. This week's column is about a series of bad luck that has had a solid effect on my summer....

 

Fanning Files

By Me I am convinced that how we feel about our grandchildren reminds us of how much we love our own children. I remember attending an assembly when I was a junior at Sparta High School. It wasn’t a pep assembly, or an awards assembly, it was a...

 

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, August 10, 1951 Playing at the Welcome Theater in Cashton are “The Capture” with Teresa Wright and Lew Ayers, and “The Naughty Nineties” with Abbott and Costello. Driver’s license fees will increase for one...

 

Hanley's Helpful Hints

This week’s breakfast recipe will be a big hit, simple and fun. I found this recipe in the August/September 2021 “Taste of Home” magazine. Muffin-Tin Scrambled Eggs 24 large eggs 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 1...

 

An Outdoorsman's Journal

Hello friends, Even though “The Canada Gang” changed their date five times in the last two years to fly into Shultz Lake, Covid 19 beat us every time and so a few of us settled for a six day fishing trip on the Mississippi River where we camped...

 

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