Even without social distancing, Minnesota gardeners get a little stir crazy this time of year. We are teased by 60 degree days, warm sun and snow melt. We're itching to rake our grass and clean up garden beds. Spring ahead daylight savings time means it's still light out after the workday (...
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Learn at home
Scholastic published an online resource that offers day-to-day projects to keep children reading, thinking and growing during the self-quarantine.
“Even when schools are closed, you can keep the learning going with these special cross-curricular journeys,” the...
We've rounded up a list of activities for parents and kids to do together between those e-learning assignments.
Spend 30 mins each day learning a new topic
Bake something every day
Write a letter and/or email to a different friend or family member each day
Races of various kinds in...
The Best Homemade Playdough Recipe
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
Keyword: homemade playdough, playdough, playdough recipe
Servings: 1 batch of playdough
1 cup flour
2 tsp cream of tartar
1/2 cup salt
1 tbsp cooking oil Olive oil or vegetable oil
1 cup water...
Roger Grant, 91
Roger A. Grant, age 91, of Buffalo, died Friday, February 14, 2020 at Lake Ridge Care Center in Buffalo.
SERVICES HAVE BEEN POSTPONED.
Full obituary ran in a prior publication of the paper. Please check www.dingmannfuneral.com for updates.
Obituary, Guestbook, Video Tribute &...
Be sure to check out our March Click It To Win It contest on our website at www.thedrummer.com, for a chance to win $100. We are asking you to share your Favorite Easter Meal Recipe. If you have a special story or tradition, please include that. Photos are welcome! The deadline to enter is...
Even if we get the snow forecast for this week, spring is in the air. Most of this winter’s snow has melted, revealing the dormant grass and plants. Tulips and daffodils pierce the thawing soil with determination. The ground has a bit of a green glow to it as the tiniest of plants emerge; it looks...
There’s an inevitable scene in just about every movie, when things truly begin to feel hopeless and the protagonists have given up. You know the one – where everyone is told to “Go home, hold your families,” and wait for the end to come.
This COVID-19 issue almost feels that way. People have...
For the safety of the community:
The Wright County Journal-Press & The Drummer will continue to answer phone calls and emails regarding advertising, news releases and subscriptions during regular business hours.
However, we will not be allowing the public into our front office, for your...