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Making the best of 2020

It will never cease to amaze me the twists and turns this job has taken me and my family over the last six years, but yet here we are. I usually prefer my drama to take place on the sports airwaves as we saw with the Gibraltar girls coming up just short of a regional championship bid or the toes of a Southern Door wide receiver ending up just out of bounds after an amazing grab. In between has been something none of us will ever forget. I'm thankful for you, the reader, for trusting us with the latest developments the pandemic dealt all of us on a daily basis. I'm thankful for our clients for trusting us through the high peaks and the low valleys this year has brought. Even though plenty of things got canceled this year, 2020 will be memorable to me for the things that were merely "altered."  We brought graduation ceremonies, animal sales, and 4-H Awards banquets to the radio as a way of saying "enough is enough" and still hopefully made some memories along the way. The story of Christmas is a tale where people followed a star in hopes of something great and bigger than themselves. The journeys of Mary and Joseph, the shepherds, and the kings weren't easy, but well worth it once they realized what that single star guided them towards. On behalf of my wife Laura, our two daughters Grace and Madison, and our dog Miles, we wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. May the journey that has been 2020 lead you to your own personal star in 2021.

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