By Dorothy Rosby, syndicated columnist I knew it. I’m being watched. I’ve thought so for a long time and now I know it for sure. My husband and I have been traveling. We’re just preparing to leave our hotel when I notice a message on my cell … [Read more...] about Personal assistant or peeping Tom?
By Kelly Lineberry The Life Center Life is like a rodeo and all you have to do is stay in the saddle. Easier said than done sometimes. It would be nice if life were just a gentle ride on an easy trail. Sometimes we draw a tough one. Sometimes … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: The 8 second ride
Who is ready for vacation Bible school? Children in grades K-6th are invited to attend Operation Arctic Edge 2017 at Stites Baptist Church, 106 Main Street, June 19-22 from 9 a.m.- noon. Crafts, music, Bible studies, snacks, bounce house and more … [Read more...] about VBS at Stites Baptist Church
By Volkhard Graf Youth with a Mission This past Sunday, people from around the world celebrated an important holy day, the day of Pentecost. In Jewish culture, the day had marked the annual harvest festival for centuries. Now the day was to … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: Happy birthday, Church!
By Baxter Black Ask yourself “Do you make messes, or clean them up?” Missy is 53, would rather be at home with her two grandchildren, works for the city and was ordered to work late. Her back hurts as she leans on her push cart and broom. … [Read more...] about On the Edge of Common Sense: Cleaning up messes
By Angela Broncheau School’s out for the summer! Please watch out for our young people as they ride their bicycles around town. SLOW DOWN! Parents please encourage your child to wear a bicycle helmet and make sure they know the rules of the road, … [Read more...] about Ee-too-tum-tine (What’s New)
By Linda Morrison “The composting process also naturally kills weed seeds. Properly managed, a compost pile should easily reach 140°F, which breaks down all organic matter, including weed seeds.” Aggie Horticulture So the question of the day is: … [Read more...] about Garden Clippings: Weed seeds in hot compost
By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend any services that help pre-retirees decide when to start drawing their Social Security benefits? My wife and I are approaching retirement age and want to carefully weigh our options to make … [Read more...] about Savvy Senior: Social Security advice for soon-to-be retirees
If you want skin that looks 30 years younger, then you’re gonna need to sweat for it. Researchers are learning that the health of our skin, energy levels, and aversion to illness are greatly dependent on the functioning of our … [Read more...] about Senior Spotlight: Seniors can turn back the clock
By Linda Morrison “When we kill off the natural enemies of a pest, we inherit their work.” – C.B Huffaker Most gardeners are familiar with some insects or bugs that they would regard as beneficial in the garden. Some of our favorites are the … [Read more...] about Garden Clippings: Beneficial insects in the garden