Semi-invalid and daytime TV
Sitting in a corner curled into the fetal position, my thumb in my mouth, making soft mewling sounds...
Chautauqua brings out the stars
I have a couple of good news announcements about former residents today, and then some exciting news about an event coming in May.
Extension Homemaker events coming up
Before I mention the events coming up, I want to remind everyone that all Extension Homemakers events and other programs put on by the Extension Office are open to everyone.
Archaeologists discover Caiaphas’ ossuary
Caiaphas, you may recall, was the Sadducean high priest during the life and ministry of Jesus.
Kitschy and collectible: the 1950’s TV lamp
As we crossed over into the new millennium, a resurgence in retro/deco decor sent many scurrying to the attic in search of their old TV lamp.
A positive minute: Giving your best
I know that anytime we talk about or, give a homily about “giving” we know that some seem to cringe at the thought of sitting through another message about their resources and the importance of giving to God.
Laboratories of leadership
I have said it before, and I’ll say it again: The best laboratories for leadership in the United States today are local government.
Teddy, Taft and Wilson: The Progressive era
Recently I received an email about the cremated remains of a former crew member on the USS Arizona.
Southern Exposure: Sun, rain, sleet and snow
The weather is in direct proportion to my mood.
What’s in the Attic? UHL pottery
Business was booming for the Uhl family, of Lisberg Germany, in the 1840s.
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