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Columnist Lovina Eicher says warm weather means spring cleaning for the big upcoming church service.
Foodborne illness cases tend to increase in summer months.
Every year about 5 million people are diagnosed with skin cancer.
Lovina's daughter, Verena, takes over writing this week and explains the change it was to move in with her sister after her brother-in-law's death, splitting up chores she can do with her handicap and tricking people with a rubber egg.

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Growing your own herbs makes it easy to add flavor during food preparation.
Lovina discusses her family's Easter celebrations and gives a recipe for Raspberry Pie.
Follow food safety tips to protect your guests from foodborne illness.
Cristen Clark explains the mechanisms of making yeast breads and gives a recipe for an easy variety.
Lovina's daughter, also named Lovina, gives a humorous account of her recent experiences with spiders and mice, and her anticipation for wedding season.
“Sleep hygiene” is the name given to habits that help promote sleep.

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Jim and Joe Jirik harvest maple syrup every year on their farm just west of Faribault on the shores of Shields Lake, where they also raise certified organic grains, cattle and honey. Favorable sap runs this year have made for record breaking syrup production.
Regular physical activity and good nutrition are important for brain health.
Lovina discusses the going ons of her family and gives a recipe for Minister's Delight.

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