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Myron Heuer

Myron is a Howard Lake native and spent his career in country music radio at many stations around the country. In 1996, he was elected to the Country Music DJ Hall of Fame.

He retired to Howard Lake, where he began writing this column for the Herald and Journal. He passed away Feb. 1, 1999.


1999 Columns

Previous Columns

The final chapter (by Tom Heuer), 3/29/99

Dining in all kinds of places, 3/22/99

The never-ending cabin fever, 3/15/99

Rolling down the other side yet?, 3/8/99

The soon-to-be bratwurst hall of fame, 3/1/99

Just a little presidential trivia, 2/22/99

Tale of the two-story outhouse, 2/15/99

A tribute to columnist Myron Heuer,
who passed away Feb. 1, 1999.

Deep in the numbers game, 2/1/99

To phobia is panphobia itself, 1/25/99

Back to simpler times? Not for me, 1/18/99

Please, don't squeeze museum artifacts, 1/11/99

My resolution: no resolutions, 1/4/99

In 1875, a grand prix it wasn't, 12/28/98

Remember the Christmas piece, 12/21/98

Hark, the Christmas songs we sing, 12/14/98

'A day that will live in infamy', 12/7/98

I'm writing for the fifth week, 11/30/98

Oh, how we stuffed ourselves, 11/23/98

Oh, to ride the rails again, 11/16/98

No more nutty shows here, 11/9/98

Where have all the heroes gone?, 11/2/98

Trick or treat, smell my feet, 10/26/98

Onions - those crying eyes, 10/19/98

The real home of the hamburger, 10/12/98

Politics, baseball, swing, and the year 2000, 10/5/98

A visit to hallowed grounds, 9/28/98

Communications aplenty, 9/21/98

As we communicate, it changes, 9/14/98

Ah, for television of yesteryear, 9/7/98

We need trees, trees, trees, 8/31/98

Good old golden rule days, 8/24/98

Canning, once a way of life, 8/17/98

Keeping cool in the olden days, 8/10/98

Political party differences part II, 8/3/98

The real difference between Democrats and Republicans, 7/27/98

Okay, squeeze the Charmin 7/20/98

An icon by any other name?, 7/13/98

What to do with all that money, 7/6/98

Remember the Fourth of July, 6/29/98

Abbreviations the postal way, 6/22/98

Long live the sandwich, 6/15/98

It's an American experience, 6/8/98

To be dear or not to be, truly, 6/1/98

History with a young viewpoint, 5/25/98

A sound of comfort and peace, 5/18/98

You'll never get rich this way, 5/11/98

Now it's downhill all the way, 5/4/98

You are what your hair is, 4/27/98

Kindergarten's beginnings, 4/20/98

Great inventions for the housewife, 4/13/98

Adventures of the MRI tube, 4/6/98

The big and small of it, 3/30/98

A lot of energy spent on food 3/23/98

Some old 'stuff' to pass along 3/16/98

So just what's in a name? 3/9/98

Writing about nothing isn't easy, 3/2/98

More than one Howard Lake, 2/23/98

Euro-English is on zer way, 2/16/98

From trenches to silos to trenches, 2/9/98

A few who won't be forgotten, 2/2/98

It's nice to have a dog, but . . ., 1/26/98

No longer computer illiterate, 1/19/98

Trying to look sharp, be sharp, 1/12/98

One year and still not smoking, 1/5/98

You might be from Minnesota if . . ., 12/29/97

And there's cranberries, too, 12/22/97

Computers the redneck way, 12/15/97