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Toads And Kids Make For Great Stories During Lockdown Season

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My son Remy Booher waves an American flag in our front porch photo in honor of his dad, Sgt. Kevin Booher of the Illinois Air National Guard. Nancy Quernheim of Ivy Bell and Company took the photo as part of the Front Porch Project benefitting Monroe County House of Neighborly Service.
My son Remy Booher waves an American flag in our front porch photo in honor of his dad, Sgt. Kevin Booher of the Illinois Air National Guard. Nancy Quernheim of Ivy Bell and Company took the photo as part of the Front Porch Project benefitting Monroe County House of Neighborly Service.

By Bethany Prange On a recent sunny Sunday afternoon, I spent a good 30 minutes tiptoeing through the grass of my backyard, calling his name. I peered behind trees, under cars and beneath bushes. Alas, he was gone. And so ends the somewhat epic tale of Sir Jaguar Toadington. Jaguar, as he was known by …

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