HUNGRY FOR LIFE Free Menu Item for Vets, Duluth Grill, November 11th
FREE Menu Item for Veterans November 11, Monday, Duluth Grill
At the Duluth Grill they support the troops. So on Monday, November 11 (the day Veterans Day is observed this y... Posted on 11/10/13 at 8:40 AM
THE PERIPHERY A Native Memorial
On Sunday I was driving south on County Road 18 near Red Wing, MN. Hilly and green, I was enjoying the scenery despite the lousy weather when I saw a middle-aged woman in military gear standing along ... Posted on 5/29/13 at 7:16 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Corporal James Sund follow-up
Here is a link to a new article about James Sund's funeral. You may have to scroll down a bit. I have also provided a link to a page that a friend of mine believes to be the battle that Sund was invov... Posted on 7/24/11 at 7:25 AM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Vote In Honor of A Veteran/MN
The Duluth News Tribune had this website to blog to Vote in Honor of a Veteran:
I googled it more and went to:
If you look on the l... Posted on 9/9/10 at 7:57 AM
Rogenald Keller, the oldest resident of the Silver Bay Veteran’s Home, has always been an inventor. Ask him about himself and if you’re lucky you might get treated to a story about his time in Army’s Horse Cavalry during high school, service in the Marines during World War II, or tiger sharks encountered on deep-sea fishing trips. But he tends to bring the conversation back, one way or another, to the technical details of his many inventions.
Dave Beasly had all the makings of a baseball star. Growing up in Duluth, he excelled on the West Junior High School and Denfeld High School baseball teams. He was destined for baseball success, but fate would have different plans for Beasly, and, in 1968, he found himself in the midst of the Vietnam War.
There are many ways to give to one’s country. Serving in the armed forces. Serving one’s community. Serving as an elected official. Paul Bergman, the Minnesota Twins honorary flag raiser at the game in Minneapolis July 17, has done all three.
They say you can't go back, that the past is past.
Roger Anderson proved that to be both right and wrong. He did indeed go back to the Vietnam of his military days, where he spent a few months in 1970 before being wounded in action. What he found, however, was the Vietnam of today.
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