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TERRY WOSTER

Sometimes my mom asked me to pull back the Creeping Jenny in the farm yard. If it had been up to me, I’d have let it take over and add a splash of green to the place.
In the last few years, some of our leaders have talked of student loan forgiveness or of restructuring the system so debt doesn’t continue to pile up. It’s an emotional issue, for sure.
Mother’s Day would be the perfect opportunity to make up for all those times we failed to applaud the magic of our mothers.
During this 50th anniversary year of the Rapid City flood, I’ve recalled that brief panic now and then and wondered what it might have been like if social media had existed.

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I’m sure I’ll never attend a reporters and editors meeting again. In another 50 years, though, maybe I’ll go back and catch a game in a pub.
I remembered the fear of the 1957 launch of Sputnik when I read the other day that the Russians had test-launched what a news story in Reuters called “a new, nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile.’’
Hope needs no defense, not by me and not against the words of a poem.
A twice weekly column from Chamberlain resident and South Dakota Hall of Fame inductee Terry Woster
"He accepted my resignation from the string bass but cautioned that I would never amount to anything if I quit everything."
I don’t remember every moment of every meet, but I remember some moments of nearly all of them.

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Offense study led to many cherished conversations
Miss Bairey surprised me with how much she remembered of those teaching years in Reliance.
A twice weekly column from Chamberlain resident and South Dakota Hall of Fame inductee Terry Woster

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