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Cub Tracks Is Under New Management

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Despite a slightly different sign in front of the building, the Cub Tracks you know and love is still the same on the inside.

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In case you missed it on Tuesday, Erik Peterson has retired from Cub Tracks after two years of excellent work to focus on other priorities. I am honored to be taking over the feature in his place, and I promise to do my best to maintain the high standards that he set during his time. As I mentioned in the comments there, the format of Cub Tracks will be staying the same because as the saying goes: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." So come on in, take a look around, and make yourself at home. Hopefully you'll enjoy your stay as much as you did before.

Oh, and the Food for Thought is still here too. Hope you enjoy the morsels.

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