As our local high schools are winding up their year and our seniors are readying for prom, senior weeks, finals, and graduation I wanted to impart some wisdom and advice as you begin to make your way into the world. Continue Reading
With the sudden arrival of some very nice spring weather, now is the time to start buckling down on getting your gardens in shape! So let’s take a look at some kitchen ingredients that can make your gardens Continue Reading
Our local businesses are the backbone of our community and natural disasters can quickly ruin them if proper business preparation is put on the back burner. Our weather is getting more extreme every year and it Continue Reading
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) is predicting historic and wide spread flooding this spring, due in part to above average precipitation through May. While our immediate region is not in the Continue Reading
The warming weather has many of us crawling out of our winter doldrums and the real estate market is chock full of buyers and sellers. If you are looking to make a home selling move, take a look at these most Continue Reading
The campaign to start the United States’ Mothers’ Day was the brainchild of Anna Jarvis in 1905, the year her mother, Ann Reeves Jarvis, died. Ann Jarvis had been a peace activist who cared for both Union and Continue Reading