Snails and slugs are soft-bodied animals that can be a real pest in the garden.
Memorial Day kicks off the official start of summer. The U.S. Department of Agriculture wants to remind you to prevent foodborne illness before you light up that grill and pack up the cooler.
A few years ago, someone who worked with my wife (when she was employed as the principal at South Elementary School), who was a frequent reader of my column, asked her this question: “Where does your husband get the ideas to write so many articles?”
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I undoubtedly possess a greater desire to write the information contained in my column today than I have perhaps felt about any other topic that I have ever presented.
Spring bulbs, like daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths, will soon begin to fade, and the foliage of the hardy summer bulbs like cannas, gladiolis, dahlias, and lilies will start to emerge.
In my column today, I want to share with you an amazing account of a continual narrative of my life that started nearly fifty-four years ago in the summer of 1965.
The following letters were sent to me from Sherman Davis and Leonard Jacobs (not their real names) respectively.
We are living in a culture and time when bad and negative news vastly outweigh and overshadow good and positive news.