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Katrina Fuller

Katrina Fuller
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Katrina has been writing since middle school, her first projects being poetry and prose. During her high school years, she volunteered her writing skills to both the “JHS Press” and “Lyrics of Life”. Devoting over two years, she also penned feature articles for the ‘Student Path’s newspaper. Although coffee is her business, writing is her passion. She has a wonderful family, loves helping people, and enjoys a good book. (Or several, if on hand.)

One of Our Own – Chloe Smith

Candles dance softly atop the fireplace, a soothing flicker of light cast across the floor. The warm and inviting home is only a projection...

Ecklof’s Bakery

The warm scent of fresh-baked treats washes over customers as they enter, enticing their taste buds and bringing back sweet memories. Joy abounds as...

Paper Ornaments: A Needed Reminder

This year, dear readers, our tree is decorated with paper ornaments, candy canes, and multi-colored lights. It is a fairly simple tree, the decorations...

One of Our Own! Randy Anderson

“I’m kind of a private guy,” he says with a chuckle. “I’d rather talk about the organizations than myself.” A kind and giving man,...

Novel Destinations

The walls are lined to the very tops with books: hardbacks, soft covers, cookbooks, and more - a veritable readers’ paradise. The warm and...

One of Our Own! Brian Bogey

Photos of far off cathedrals, impressive pipe organs, and shining accolades aplenty adorn the walls in a comfortable office, a collection completed only by...

I’m Tired: A Winter Story

This bitter cold gets into your bones like nothing else, dear readers. With all this snow, icy winds and the drop in temperature, I...

Babalu Cafe

Customers seek solace, comfort, and excellent fare when they grace the welcoming doorstep of this eatery. Glowing woodwork and a high polished woodgrain counter...

Minimalism: A Simpler Way

I am downsizing my life, dear readers. After much persuading from my sister, nudging from my husband, and a nagging voice coming from the...

One of Our Own: Lee Harkness

A stolid figure sits at the grand table, a host of pages and event information at his fingertips. With bright eyes and baritone voice,...