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Page 6 August 1st, 2013 i:i:i .... Welcome back to the Laiken and Taylor Column! This week we will be talking about great things coming up this fall! There are a lot, but we'll just name ten. #1. Leaves Raking them up is only another chore, but it's fun to watch them turn colors, fall off, and best of all: jumping into the big pile of leaves you rake up[ #2. Weather. Good-bye blistering summer heat; hello cool, crisp, fall weather! #3. Hunting season. Deer hunting isn't for a while, but youth hunting is coming right up. Get ready for some venison! #4. Mosquitoes. Put away the bug spray! The creepy crawlies are leaving until warmer weather. We can honestly say not many will miss you. #5. Bye-Bye birdie. It isn't uncommon to spot a flock of geese flying south for the winter. This isn't necessarily good, but it's fun to see them flying overhead in a "V" formation. #6. School. Better start hitting the books! School and sports are starting up in no time. This is exciting, but also depressing in a way. You can't help but miss summer. #7. Football. Football season is coming up too! Awhile after are the playoffs. Get your favorite team jersey dry cleaned and ironed for the upcoming months. #8. Thanksgiving. It's a pretty long way off, but it's still fall. It's a great reminder to be thankful every day. #9. Halloween. To a kid, nothing is better than combining two of their favorite things: candy, and dress up. And just remember for you parents out there or people with out kids: You're never too young! (Wink, wink). #10. Harvest time! For farmers or just people with backyard gardens it's time to pick those pumpkins you've been growing all summer. Nothing can beat fresh produce! Thanks for reading the Laiken and Taylor Column! Email us at laikentaylor. column@gmail.com. Mr. Scott Continued from Page 1 defensive positions for the night. Around midnight that evening, he was crossing between two command posts when a nervous sentry with a machine gun shot him six times. Four bullets in the legs, one in the chest and one which eventually resulted in the removal of his right index finger. The missing finger was something he always concealed as an actor. Miraculously, the damage from the bullet to his chest was minized by a silver cigarette case. Sometimes it pays to smoke. He was shot up pretty bad and removed from action, but he wasn't finished. When he recovered from his wounds, he began training as a pilot. He graduated from Mr Observation Pilot Course 40, and flew Taylorcraft Auster MarkV's for the RCAF as a spotter for the artillery. The modern day equivelant of the Forward Mr Controller or FAC. One of the best documented flying stories about him is the day he slalomed his plane between a line of mountainside telegraph poles, just to prove it could be done. He did Dog Days of August Summer Savings MIre Savings;? 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He went to Toronto to enroll in a drama school and ended up winning a two-year scholarship to the Neighborhood Playhouse in NewYork City. His classmates included Leslie Nielsen, Tony Randall and Richard Boon. The rest is history. The Goat was happy. Scotty did have true grit, which dLp David Attorney : Valley News and Views A Chronicle of Red River Steamboating 1902 March 7--The Rivers and Harbors bill contained $10,500 for Red River dredging. Captain Hayes would operate one steamer, a tender, a dredge, and some small scows to remove obstructions, to dredge, and to build wing dams. A story detailing early steam boating on the Red was printed. March 28--Red River navigation opened. April 5--The East Grand Forks Transportation Company's Fram left Grand Forks for a trip downriver for the first wheat of the season. April 12--The Grand Forks came into its home port from downriver with several thousand bushels of wheat. May 3--The Grand Forks came into Grand Forks with a load of wheat from Drayton. May 8--A story appeared on the building of the Selkirk. May 9--The Grand Forks left port and headed for Big Woods for a load of wheat. May 10--The Fram went upriver from Grand Forks with a load of wood and would return with wheat. May 24--An item said the Grand Forks unloaded and loaded at Acton that week. June 1--A news item said serve well him in his acting career, providing him with a long line of credits that eventually brought him to the engineering department on the Enterprise. On his way to the Enterprise, he worked with Star Trek's Nurse Chapel (Majel Barret); in a 1962 episode of Bonanza and with Captain Kirk (William Shatner) in the Canadian science fiction series, Space Command. L. Petersen Part 50 By K. C. Gardner, Jr. that from 1876 to 1880 W.J. Anderson of Grand Forks had been the agent for the Red River Transportation Co. N.W. Kittson was the president; C. Michaels the secretary, and ]ames J. Hill was a director. The company operated the Selkirk, the International, the Cheyenne, the Dakota, the Mpha, the Minnesota, the Manitoba, and twenW-two barges. Some of Grand Forks's streets were named after the steamboats. June 15--The Fram came into Grand Forks with a load of wheat from the point known as the "Fourth Post Office," some distance north of Acton. June 21--The Grand Forks took its barges to Belmont June 23--The Fram steamed into Grand Forks with 12,000 bushels of wheat from Belmont. June 26--The Grand Forks came down the river with five barges; the wheat was unloaded at the Minneapolis & Northern [Great Northern] transfer elevator in East Grand Forks. June 30--The Fram came into Grand Forks with a load of wheat. General Practice of Law Emphasizing: Estates and Elder Law Planning, Wills and Trusts, Business Organizations and Services, Agricultural Law, Personal and Farm Tax Services, 112 North Main Street- RO. 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