There’s an old playhouse in our backyard; its steps are protected from the wind and rain. So every morning I dump a good-sized bowl of unsalted, unshelled peanuts onto the top two steps for the little guys.
In 1863, during the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national day of “Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens,” to be celebrated on Thursday, Nov. 26.
I am to the point on the Healthcare.gov website where the program produces a screen which says “What you would like to do today, Ruth?” However, like so many others, I have not been successful at signing up for health insuran
The last commission meeting was refreshing when the newly elected officers attended the commission meeting and engaged in discussion, but the same old topics came up to be rehashed over and over again with very little progress
With the coming of winter weather, Lake Erie’s 2013 algal bloom has finished. That’s according to the federal government’s “Lake Erie Harmful Algal Bloom Bulletin,” an email message sent out every week that relies upon satellite images.
We often don’t think of fields of green in the winter months but keeping your soil protected by cover crops is an important way to reduce soil erosion and improve soil health for the following growing season.