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Karl's Kolumn

TEMPUS FUGET… (time flies). Doesn’t it seem to be amazing those wonderful days of holidays are gone, students are back in school, plans are afoot for spring events? The calendar changes and we immediately start thinking of tax time and Mother Earth reminds us there is a price to pay before the trees bud and tulip blossoms offer their fragrances. Valentine’s Day in February and St. Patrick’s Day in March sets the table for community events. Groundhog Day on Feb. 2, more often than not, is usually chilly, damp and slushy. How long will winter last?

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