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This one-pan macaroni and cheese recipe is Susanne Drescher’s go-to for potlucks. “It’s nice because I can put it in the oven before church and then run home and grab it before lunch!” she said.

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George Kestler is pictured in center (wearing a white hat) with his Case steam plowing outfit breaking sod near Haxtun around 1915. The engine is a 1909 25-horsepower Case. In a 10-to-12-hour day, this engine would use approximately five horse-drawn tanks of water, or 2,600 gallons, and 2,500 pounds of coal and would plow 25 acres at a speed of 2.4 miles per hour. The plowing price was $3.50 per acre with coal furnished, and the pay for the engineer-fireman was $3 per day. — source: Phillips County Museum

Peekin’ into the past

Five Years Ago
Aug. 14, 2014

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Biological siblings who all met together for the first time are pictured from left, front row, Gene Carwin of Fort Morgan, Gary Carwin of Greeley and Kenneth Jacobson of Sterling; and back row, Randy Carwin of Sterling, Donna (Carwin) Dorsey of Loveland and Ted Roos of Holyoke. Two other siblings — Bonnie Carwin of Greeley and Loren Carwin of Rosebud, Montana — couldn’t make it to the Aug. 4 reunion, and one more brother, Merle Carwin, is deceased.

Reunited, and it feels so good!

Ted Roos of Holyoke had more to celebrate than his 88th birthday last week.

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