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A foundation for the future

February 28, 2014 Sometimes we don’t learn from the lessons of others; we must have our own experiences in order to begin our understanding of how actions affect our environment and our children. more »»

The emperor has no clothes

February 24, 2014 It is becoming crystal clear that the emperor has no clothes — and has run out of ways to disguise his nakedness. Unless I miss my guess, he will be entirely out of ideas by late this summer. more »»

Kids should get ‘stuck in a book’

February 23, 2014 Anyone who has ever helped me move — and it’s happened more times than I want to think about — ends up at some point during the day asking me why in the world I own so many books. more »»

March and April madness at the Chamber

February 23, 2014 As the weather continues to creep into more spring-like temperatures, the pace of activities and events at the Chamber has gone into Mach 10 mode as we look at the calendar for March and Apri. more »»

Basket bingo scheduled

February 23, 2014 Banquet reservations were due by Feb. 21 and are to be sent to Kelly Fisher. Basket Bingo is on March 7 at the Riecker Building. Doors open at 5 p.m. Games start at 7 p.m. more »»

Local author speaks

February 23, 2014 Several local residents braved a chilly Saturday afternoon to hear local author Cathy Mowrer and illustrator Emily Bonnette Hendershot speak about their new book “Young Thomas Ewing and the Coonski... more »»

Amish, fantasy books for teens

February 23, 2014 A young woman connects with her sick mother’s Amish family in “My Amish Boyfriend” by bestselling author Melody Carlson. more »»

End of February looms

February 23, 2014 The last week of February is starting today. This is a happy event for most of the people in all the state. more »»

300 calorie comfort food

February 23, 2014 Betty Crocker releases a feel-good cookbook of favorites in “300 Calorie Comfort Food. more »»

Pastor starts soccer program

February 22, 2014 Caleb Frink is bringing his love of God and soccer to area children. more »»

Handcuffing Patrick Morrisey

February 22, 2014 Earlier this week, Democrats in the West Virginia House of Delegates took dangerously partisan steps to strip constitutional powers from West Virginia’s Attorney General Patrick Morrisey. more »»

Encouraging people not to work

February 17, 2014 We Americans may disagree about how public assistance programs are handled, but nearly all of us are on the same page about one thing: If someone is unable to support himself, we’ll step in, to the... more »»

College not the only path to success

February 16, 2014 Higher education is expensive, and generations of students have been indoctrinated with the idea that receiving a bachelor’s or even graduate degree is their only path to succes. more »»

Baseball Stadium a good idea

February 16, 2014 In all honesty, when the idea of a baseball stadium was first introduced several years ago I was somewhat ambivalent to it. Now that I have taken the opportunity to fully examine it, I am a believe. more »»

The ‘hole’ story

February 16, 2014 I know it seems like this winter will never end, but days are getting longer, and just a few days ago, I finally saw blue sky and felt the warmth of sunshine. more »»

Paranormal, sci-fi thrills in new books

February 16, 2014 New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Eden starts a new series, Phoenix Fire, with “Burn for Me. more »»

Legacy of Joshua Lee

February 16, 2014 I listened to him every morning. Almost a year before I saw him in person, I would catch glimpses of him amongst the scrub pines and palmetto. more »»

Beverly-Center honors students

February 16, 2014 These students were named to the honor roll at Beverly-Center Elementary School for the second nine-weeks grading period: Mrs. more »»

Cherry recipes for President’s Day

February 16, 2014 Don’t bother to get out your shorts and swimsuits yet. It is still cold. The sun on the snow is beautiful, but the freezing rain on it is something that no one wants or needs. more »»

A look at Abraham Lincoln from the kitchen viewpoint

February 16, 2014 Just in time for President’s Day is “Abraham Lincoln in the Kitchen” by Rae Katherine Eighmey. more »»



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