Sleepy township tragedy and hope

A Room of Ones Own  (1929) has become a classic feminist essay and perhaps Virginia Woolf’s best known work. The Voyage Out (1915) is highly significant as her first novel. Both focus on the place of women within the power structures of modern society. In the essay, Woolf’s prescription is clear: if a woman is to find creative expression equal to a man’s, she must have an independent income, and a room of her own. This is both an acute analysis and a spirited rallying cry, and remains surprisingly resonant and relevant in the 21st century. The novel explores these issues more personally, through the character of Rachel Vinrace, a young woman whose voyage out to South America opens up powerful encounters with her fellow-travellers, men and women. As she begins to understand her place in the world, she finds the happiness of love, but also sees its brute power. 

Voters chose three new council members to replace Andy Klavins, Vickiy Kozlik- Wall and Jeff Arnold, who also faced term limits.

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Pangaea is a short film written and directed by Olivia Peace. It tells the story of a young girl, trapped on the roof of her house during the days following the landfall of Hurricane Katrina. The film aims to comment on the lives of the children whose lives were drastically changed by the aftermath of the hurricane and the flooding that followed it, as well as on the role of those who experienced the events on television from the safety of their own living rooms. Pangaea was shot by a group of Northwestern University students over the course of a week in New Orleans, LA.

Only moments before Mr Green fell, the show announcer reportedly told spectators that winds were causing problems and reminded them how dangerous the manoeuvres were.

Helen Ester Amos was born on June 5, 1924 in Little Valley, Elgin Twsp, Olmsted County to Alvin and Lillian(Zimmerman) Amos.   She grew up on the family farm and attended Pine Ridge Country School No. 40. Helen was married on February 2, 1941 in Elgin to Richard E. Gusa. The couple lived and farmed in rural Elgin before moving to the Stewartville area where they raised their daughters and have continued to make their home for many of their 68 years of married life. Helen was a homemaker and was employed at Waters - Connolly Co. in Rochester for a number of years. Richard farmed and was employed as an electrician at Gusa Electrical in Elgin in earlier years and at Kuntz and Teigen Electrical in Stewartville until his retirement. Mr. Gusa died in January of 2007.

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