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Recent Obituaries

Dwayne Krohn 08/24/2016

Dwayne Krohn 08/24/2016

Dwayne M. Krohn age 67 of New Richmond died suddenly at...

Eleanor Johnson 08/23/2016

Eleanor N. (Mullen) Johnson, age 88 of New Richmond, WI...

Jennell Bond 08/16/2016

Jennell Bond 08/16/2016

Jennell Bond “Jeni”, age 30 of Hammond, WI...

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Grief & Healing

Summer Time, Family Time, Grieving Time

Summer Time, Family Time, Grieving Time

Summertime offers the opportunity to rest, relax, gather with family and have fun.  The days are long, with sunlight warming the earth and our hearts.   Enjoying the outdoors is the gift that summer gives, bringing with it many outdoor rituals that we experience year after year.   Summertime can also be painful when you are grieving.    How do you enjoy the activities of summer when your heart is broken?

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Another Father’s Day without Dad

Another Father’s Day without Dad

The ads are in the paper, on tv and on the radio. Get him a grill, think about a new shirt, wash his car, a new fishing pole is nice. All this anticipation heightens our senses to the reality that many of us will not be doing any of these things this Father’s Day.

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Survival Tips for Grief

Survival Tips for Grief

After the loss of a loved one, it can be difficult to see how to ever go on. The grief journey may seem like a mountain that is too difficult to climb. These are some steps you can take that may help ease that journey. •    Allow your grief. No step is more important than

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