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    The best State Fair in our state! THE GRAM WITH A THOUSAND RULES writes: “Subject: Memories of Heritage Square. “Hey! No fair! When August rolls around, it’s time to start thinking about going to the State Fair. Sadly, this year, we have only the memories of our favorite places at The Great Minnesota Get-Together. “Mine all emanate from Heritage Square, where our family manned a booth beginning in 1976. It was the Bicentennial year, and we decided it was the perfect venue to showcase our porcelain-doll business. It was supposed to be just a one-year venture, and the site we were assigned was located inside the big tin-roofed building on the east end. “We were required to wear...
    A group of Mahwah police officers quickly converged on a neighborhood during a string of burglaries and captured a Rockland County man. Jorge Lopez, 18, of Spring Valley lost his Nike slides breaking into a home and stole a pair of footwear to try and make his getaway, Police Chief Stephen Jaffe said. He was riding away on a stolen bicycle when township officers grabbed Lopez and found him carrying stolen jewelry and other items, the chief said. Responding to several 911 calls, Officers Michael Cleary, Joe Alvarez, Martin Kilroy, Timothy Letavish, Chris Lupo, John Rodriguez and Sgt. Stacy Conley all rushed to Johnson Avenue in the west section of town and immediately established a perimeter, Jaffe said. Residents said...
    Now & Then DebK of Rosemount: “Cousin Linda has just been consoling me on the death of one of my favorite e-tailers, another victim of the COVID shutdown. By way of commiserating, she mentioned her own grief at the passing of mail-order catalogs — especially the Spiegel catalog, which introduced to the farmsteads of Northwest Iowa the cosmopolitan possibilities of Chicago and other faraway places with bright lights and tall buildings. “I don’t think Grandma Bobzien ever made it onto Spiegel’s mailing list, but her vast dining-room table was the off-season repository of an astonishing array of other mail-order catalogs. The behemoths sent by Sears Roebuck and Montgomery Ward and J.C. Penney dominated slimmer (but more numerous) offerings by...