Another memoir to read this summer
Recently, I had recommended that you read Rod Dreher’s bestseller “The Little Way of Ruthie Leming”, but who could predict I would soon pick up a copy of Christopher Buckley’s “Losing Mum and Pup: A Memoir”?
Country living with the critters
Sometimes you wonder why we’re always being dined on by insects.
War in Iraq got results, says Clark
Decatur County’s Phillip Clark, son of Larry Clark, joined the U.S. Army soon after 9/11.
Goodbye to a dear friend
April 29 was a sad day.
Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound
If someone were to refer to you as a pannapictagraphists would you ....A--need to see a doctor? B--start a diet immediately? or C--confess to a priest and never ever do that again?
Camp Lejuene vets may be entitled to medical assistance
Last year, on Aug. 6, President Obama signed into law the “Honoring America’s Veterans and Caring for Camp Lejeune Families Act of 2012.”
The mound builders of the Woodland Period
About 1000 B.C. marks the beginning of a new period for man in North America.
Fit for a king, priced for the common man
In the early 1900’s the art glass market was ruled by the Tiffany family.
The Old Copper Indians
The Old Copper Indians, were a unique division of Boreal Archaic, so named because its Indian carriers used raw copper for making specific kinds of knives, spear ponts, socketed axes, gouges, pikes and awls.
Home remedies, recipes and the best time to plant your garden
Unique in it’s contents and inexplicably accurate, the “Old Farmer’s Almanac” stands as the oldest continuously published periodical in North America.
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