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The Herald is accepting nominations for its 2021 group of 20 under 40 honorees. This is the fourth year for the honor, which recognizes young professionals who have had an impact beyond their years.

The 20 honored as the 2021 20 Under 40 will be profiled as part of a special section and planned celebration in March. The Herald is accepting nominations through Jan. 15.

The Herald is accepting nominations for its 2021 Citizen of the Year award.
The award highlights a resident who has made a tremendous impact on the community. The Citizen of the Year will be announced in late February as part of the Herald's Progress through Adversity publication. The Herald is accepting nominations through Jan. 15.









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By Nick Simonson “I bet you can’t eat just one” was the long-time slogan of Lay’s potato chips, and really with about half a century of food science and consumer studies behind the product at the time, the tagline for the easy-to-consume junk food was right on, and still probably is.  The light and airy...

By Nick Simonson With a bump and a full pull of my spring bobber signaling a none-too-subtle bite, I set the hook on a whirling fish that took my line around the ice hole in a 720-degree spin, clicking and pulling off the slightly uneven edge of the cylinder. With sunlight still filtering through the...

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