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More writing.

I’m really bad about updating this blog. I was better at blogging last summer.

Young Chautauquans depict Civil War
Groundwork propels concrete canoe team to victory in engineering contest
Story time and crafts focus on princesses
Event designed to bring people together
Nevada expects biggest cicada infestation since 2002
City serves up volleyball fun
‘Green’ awareness fest enjoys 2nd year

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The writing.

I haven’t been very good about this, but here’s what I’ve written so far that I haven’t linked to yet:
School offers new house for sale
American Indians meet in Sparks, talk national issues
Doctor finds alternative ways to heal
From officer in the Marines to teaching at Sage Ridge
The Rock Church to expand kids’ educational programs
Ferraro stresses education at event
Kids explore science, creativity at summer Camp Invention
State officials call graduation rate study inaccurate
Principal wants Gomes to be up to par with new schools in area

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RIP.

So everyone’s heard the news by now – political journalism great Tim Russert died last week, and our field and “Meet The Press” will never be the same again.

I had originally planned on blogging about that, but something much more near to my heart has happened since then.

My grandma Ester died yesterday. She was 73 and had been battling cancer since March. The doctors caught it late, so it was already spreading by the time they’d found it.

I can’t lie – her life is a mystery to me. Everything is in bits and pieces.

But this is what I do know.

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