By Kevin Bingaman Valley View Nazarene One of the most famous stories in the Bible is that of the Prodigal Son. In it, Jesus tells of a young man who asked his father for his portion of the inheritance, which the father granted. The son then left … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: Going home
By Linda Morrison "Ever eat a pine tree? Many parts are edible." Euell Gibbons Euell Gibbons wrote a book titled Stalking the Wild Asparagus, in 1964, which focused on foraging for wild foods. However, he is probably best remembered a decade … [Read more...] about Garden Clippings: Ever eat a pine tree?
By Baxter Black, DVM We all have great memories of ‘the best party.’ I had a party. It lasted 48 hours. I lost my socks, my dignity, two days of my life, six ping-pong balls and four pounds. I broke my G-string, achieved a new "personal best" and … [Read more...] about On the Edge of Common Sense: Remains of a party
Steven and Moneque McCoy announce the birth of their son, Asa Ray. He was born Jan. 11, 2020 at Syringa Hospital in Grangeville and weighed 7 lbs. 13 oz. and measured 20½ inches long. Asa joins sisters Maria, age 4, and Faith, age … [Read more...] about Birth: Asa Ray McCoy
By Jim Miller Syndicated Columnist Dear Savvy Senior, My husband, who lives at home, has dementia and I worry about him wandering off and not being able to get back. Can you recommend some monitoring technology devices or any other solutions … [Read more...] about Savvy Senior: Monitoring solutions for loved ones with dementia
By Vincent A. Martinez Upriver Youth Leadership Council Teen Center Assistant We are blessed to be living in the Clearwater Valley! We are surrounded by unique and natural beauty, some of the best in the entire world in my opinion and evidenced by … [Read more...] about A Pound of Prevention: Continuing education and life-long learning
By Linda Morrison Lemongrass is a subtropical plant, hardy in zones 9b–11. We tend to be somewhere between zones 5–6 around here. So we would consider it a tender perennial, meaning don’t let it freeze. So why would Idahoans want to grow lemongrass … [Read more...] about Garden Clippings: Growing lemongrass in Idaho
Chaynan Moss and Joseph Case of Grangeville announce the birth of their son, Thomas Dean Case. He was born at Syringa Hospital in Grangeville on Jan. 2, 2020 and weighed 8 lbs. 12 oz. and measured 21½ inches long. Thomas joins sister Trynity … [Read more...] about Birth: Thomas Dean Case
By Stan Seigler Bible Believer Fellowship Peoples’ names have meaning. My name means "living by the rocky meadow." Being a country boy, I like that. God proclaimed His name to Moses on the mountain in Ex. 34:5-7, saying, "And the LORD descended … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: Do not add to or take away
By Kelly Lineberry The Life Center There are anchors, scars and unhealed injuries in our past. These experiences threaten to invade our future too if we aren’t careful. Hope is in high demand. Can we move into a preferred future? Is there hope? How … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: Your future is more real than your past!