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September 2011

Remembering 9/11

9-11-wtc Everybody remembers where they were and what they were in the middle of doing on this day 10 years ago.

I was preparing for a conference call that morning.  In connecting with everyone, the news hit.  We immediately abandoned the call so we could focus on the news. 

As I heard someone describe it in the aftermath, this is my generation's Pearl Harbor.

This is a day to reflect, to memorialize, a day to thank a military member, a first responder.  This is a day to realize that we shouldn't take the blessings we have in life for granted, to understand that there are some very evil, twisted people out there who want to kill us.  This is a day to remember that freedom isn't free.

Mike Thayer
Publisher, Coralville Courier

Garden season is winding down, do you have seeds for next year?

By Mike Thayer

Experienced garderners will tell you that even a small garden, when given the proper attention, can produce enough food to feed a small army.  Imagine having more than enough veggies to feed your family, give to your neighbors, and can, freeze and dehydrate to your food supply loving content.

In good times and in bad, it's prudent to have a garden. 

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