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  • Outdoor Encounters

    By Nathan Bolls on November 7, 2019

    The loud, thumping trill from the woods booms against our ears. I’m reminded of James Thurber’s “things that go bump in the night.” What Phantom of the Forest with such auditory might lurks therein...

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  • The 11th Hour, of the 11th Day, of the 11th Month - Veterans Day

    November 7, 2019

    by Michele Riter, Community Relations Assistant  

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  • Outdoor Encounters - Ecological Literacy

    By Nathan Bolls on October 17, 2019

    A big topic during our recent “National Climate Week,” was that of “ecological literacy.” The current ecological crisis suggests the necessity for a steep ecological learning curve for all of our...

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  • 2019 HOG & Kisses Competition

    By Becky Fitzgerald on October 17, 2019

    Voted “best of the best” by Manhattan Mercury readers, five category winners of our local newspaper’s annual Readers’ Choice awards are competing this fall to claim yet another title: 2019 Hog Kisser...

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  • There's Nothing Like It

    October 17, 2019

    Written by Michele Riter, Community Relations Assistant    “When yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hang.”    I believe this quote from one of Shakespeare’s sonnets describes the season of fall...

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  • Delightful Discoveries

    By Becky Fitzgerald on June 20, 2019

    Delightful Discoveries Gift Prints added to Meadowlark collection    Meadowlark’s collection of Friends of Art gift prints grew recently thanks, in part, to some detective work by Alyn West,...

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  • Outdoor Encounters, June

    By Nathan Bolls on June 14, 2019

    These days a great fury is filling the air waves between plants and many of the animals of our world. Ease yourself across the prairie and within its tree- and shrub-filled gullies and patches....

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  • Shop 'til You Drop!

    By Becky Fitzgerald on June 14, 2019

       Meadowlark Market, a store offering furniture and fabulous finds, will again be open later this month at 1217 Meadowlark Circle. The June hours and dates are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday...

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  • The Last Airborne

    By Nathan Bolls on June 14, 2019

       Today is the 75th anniversary of D-Day: the huge, costly, and ultimately successful allied land assault on Hitler’s Fortress Europe. Although mere words never can even remotely capture what...

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  • Sharing a Legacy - 17th annual Legacy Award

    By Becky Fitzgerald on June 14, 2019

       Meadowlark’s amenities, services, and people are three facets to a gem of a community that’s better prepared and skilled at helping us navigate life’s pathways. At the 17th annual Legacy Society...

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