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Road work sometimes stops a straight shot to food

August 8, 2010 I’m sorry, but it just plain hurts to be talking to you on Aug. 8. August is back-to-school month. more »»

Class reunions can make new, unexpected friendships

August 1, 2010 Class reunions ought to be put in the same categories as birthday parties and New Year’s Eve. They’re inevitable. They’re exciting. They make you wonder why things are as they are. more »»

Point of story is how it makes the reader, listener feel

July 25, 2010 Nothing makes me want to stay in bed in the morning like the sound of a slow, soft rain on the roof. more »»

‘The question is’ applies in so many circumstances

July 18, 2010 Sitting on my dining room table is a box of erasable ceramic accent labels — six mint green leaves a little larger than a business card. They’re name cards for when you entertain. more »»

Life can be affected in so many unexpected ways

July 11, 2010 You just never know how things are going to affect you. For example, in the June 27 Lifestyle section, we told about Paul M. more »»

So many thoughts can drive a person so many places

July 4, 2010 They — whoever they are — say you can find anything you want to know on the Internet. Maybe they can. I’m a little wary of getting involved, but I do have a questio. more »»

A person can love horses, but have no operating skills

June 27, 2010 I love horses, and I love writing about them. Basically because to write about a horse, you have to be with the horse, to pet him and get to know him. more »»

Fathers have reason to be proud, no matter the date

June 20, 2010 Father’s Day just makes a person think. Most people spend the day honoring their fathers, but sometimes fathers have things to be thankful for, too, things to think about and talk about. more »»

Fathers have lasting impression on kids, good or bad

June 13, 2010 Something deep inside keeps me from waiting under an awning in the rain while my husband gets the car. I’m not just being nice. It’s self preservation at its most poten. more »»

It’s all about water that won’t whistle and other stuff

June 6, 2010 Water won’t whistle. It may whet your whistle, but it won’t actually whistle. At least, I couldn’t make it whistle. more »»

Memorial Day could be just a memory of past times

May 30, 2010 I love walking through cemeteries, so Memorial Day and all that entails really makes me happ. more »»

Paper poppies and toys combine for many thanks

May 23, 2010 How about a poppy, folks? Those little red paper poppies show your support of veterans on the Memorial Day weekend. At any time, really, if you keep the poppy long enough. more »»

What’s nothing at first, can build into something big

May 16, 2010 Suddenly I feel taken. A few weeks back, we shopped at a local store for a leather belt for my husband. It wasn’t hard to find, and the $11.96 price tag didn’t hurt. more »»

Mother’s Day is happy time, but also for memories

May 9, 2010 Mother’s Day isn’t always about hugs and roses and dinner at a nice restaurant. Oh, that’s good stuff, for sure, but sometimes it just doesn’t happen. more »»

Auxiliary stands behind FD police force in everything

May 2, 2010 Behind every good man, there’s a good woman. That’s what “they” say, though I have no idea who they are. more »»

History with a face is history you want to know about

April 25, 2010 History has a way of becoming more important the older you get. I’m ashamed to admit I didn’t care much about history in high school, but that’s not the point. more »»

No matter what the age is, families are important

April 18, 2010 First, there’s family. Wherever you go, whenever you go, there’s always family. That’s a good thing. When 10-year-old Katie Finnegan, a fourth-grade student at St. more »»

Volunteers go a long way to making shelter a reality

April 11, 2010 Living in Dodge makes me downright happy. Amazed and happ. more »»

Lions, lambs, April showers — it’s about liking stuff

April 4, 2010 Old wives and their tales may be myth, but one of those old wives once talked about March weather, proclaiming “in like a lion, out like a lamb” and, conversely, “in like a lamb, out like a lio. more »»

Spring brings robins and bugs, but Arlis is still retired

March 28, 2010 Robins aren’t the only indicator of spring. Just take a drive, and you’ll see spring in the air all over your windshield. Which reminds me of a joke. more »»

 
 
 

 

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