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Today's can't-miss Web content: Save bunches of green by starting your own seeds indoors this spring

8:19 AM, Mar. 27, 2013  |  Comments
Growing your own vegetables and garden plants is a breeze when you start planning and growing your seeds now indoors. Generally, many vegetables and garden flowers can be started indoors up to six weeks before the last frost in our area, meaning late March and April are a great time to start seeds indoors.
Growing your own vegetables and garden plants is a breeze when you start planning and growing your seeds now indoors. Generally, many vegetables and garden flowers can be started indoors up to six weeks before the last frost in our area, meaning late March and April are a great time to start seeds indoors.
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7 a.m. on www.postcrescent.com/familyfirst: Growing your own vegetables and garden plants is a breeze when you start planning and growing your seeds now indoors. Generally, many vegetables and garden flowers can be started indoors up to six weeks before the last frost in our area, meaning late March and April are a great time to start seeds indoors.

Hortonville Area School District residents face building referendum

8 a.m. on www.postcrescent.com/views: Residents in the Hortonville Area School District will cast their ballots Tuesday to determine whether the school district will be able to spend more than $25.4 million to improve its facilities and an extra $370,000 a year in operating costs. Superintendent Heidi Schmidt - as a guest on Newsmakers, Post-Crescent Media's online issues show - discussed the two referendum questions up for approval and how the changes would benefit students in the district.

Keeping (mostly) the traditional glazed Easter ham

9 a.m. on www.postcrescent.com/life: Who says the traditional Easter ham has to be traditional? We understand that there is good reason for many traditions, particularly when it comes to food. After all, many food traditions earned their place because they are simply delicious. The glazed ham is a fine example. And that's why we decided not to mess with that part of this spring staple. We did, however, play around with what our ham is glazed with.

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