Carol Willoughby has a problem: “I have holes in my hands,” she explains
with a slight glint of pride in her eyes. “I have four sets of keys because I know that two [sets] will be lost at any given time.”
Frank Lloyd Wright believed that gas stations would play an important role in his dream of a utopian city. He began designing service stations in 1928, and his dream came closest to being realized in Cloquet.
While I knew it was time for the 25-year-old “baby” of the family to strike out on her own, I couldn’t help but cry as I prepared for her departure, playing out in my mind how I would be calm and collected when it came time to help her empty her drawers and closet as ...
Wait a minute. Empty her drawers and closet?
Short on space? Want to save time and energy? Tired of back-braking work turning your muddy, sandy or rocky landscape into a vegetable garden, only to have your garden flop? If so, a relatively low-maintenance, easy to start alternative exists. Container gardens!
Debbie Thompson grew up around the block from her grandmother, Thorborg Hendricks, in North End Superior. When her grandmother died, Debbie’s parents, James and Emily Powers, kept the house in the family. When Debbie married Richard Thompson, her parents encouraged them to rent the house while they searched for a home of their own. Turns out, it was just the home they were looking for and they have made it their own over the past 30 years.
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