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Anyone who has ever tried to garden under or around a black walnut tree (Juglans nigra) has undoubtedly been frustrated. more
Walking up and down the hallway, I was so excited to receive my new shoes. My mom loved buying my sister, brother, and me new clothes whenever she was able. more
“Remember boys, nothing on God’s earth should stop the U.S. mail!” more

What was spring like when you were growing up? What were the sights and sounds? Do smells take you back? more
Our March article examined Medicare Part B, which covers outpatient health services. In this article, we will look at Medicare Part A, the hospital insurance portion of Medicare coverage. more
In 1950, 86.4% of men of working age (16+) were at paying jobs. That figure has declined to 69.8% in 2021 (I Googled). Are there no jobs to be had? Doesn’t seem so. more
The next live action remake of a classic Disney animated movie is here and it’s “Peter Pan & Wendy." more
Credit card rewards help our family save money on groceries, gas and other necessities. more
Before eliminating all but your chosen cultivars this year, think about the role native plants have in the ecosystem. more
The daffodils and tulips are blooming; the trees are showing off fresh leaves and blossoms; the asparagus and flower beds need weeding; the garden needs tilling and weed patches need clearing. more
At my age, funerals outnumber weddings. Wakes are many; christenings are few. Never have I regretted going to a wake or funeral. more
This activity is similar to the growing sport of Pickle Ball but on a larger scale and a bigger court. See the video in the column. more
We complain about how hard it is to get up in the morning—but we eventually get up. We complain that we don’t sleep very well—but we still go to bed and try. more
Say what you will about made-for-streaming movies, at least they can usually boast a bigger, better cast of actors than made-for-TV movies of yesteryear. Check out the podcast linked in this review. more
Trees are long-term investments that often outlive the people who plant them. more
Financial confidence, or the belief in one’s money-related abilities, might not come up as much as financial literacy — especially in April, Financial Literacy Month — but money experts say it’s often the hidden ingredient behind savvy money decisions. more
These local pets are looking for a home. more
The cold room was unwelcoming. I was hesitant to enter but it needed to be done. more
Learning to lead like Jesus is a lifetime journey that begins with humility. more
Have you ever noticed how group conversations today are so much more cacophonous and frenetic than they were 50, 60 or 70 years ago? more
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