Kids’ Corner | By Patrick Biron –
Okay, let’s all be honest for a bit. Parenting is really, really hard. I know in this day and age of social media, we all post images of our perfectly behaved children in matching clothes, wearing both shoes at the same time, smiling and enjoying that they are...
Posted on Oct 31, 2016 in Feature Stories
By Lara Bell –
As many friends and neighbors know, I have been involved in Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) for many years. We used to do weekly Pet of the Week segments on television, I have volunteered at CAP, I have attended numerous CAP events, my children, Dylan and Brooks, were junior...
Posted on Oct 30, 2016 in Columns
, Feature Stories
The Power of Words and Actions in Relationships
By Nancy L. Rommelmann, Family Law Attorney –
There would be less divorces and better relationships between spouses and parents and their child if more effort was made to communicate and act in a way that is supportive of the relationship.
The Little Bookmark | By Leslie Little –
Don’t read with the lights off . . .
The Black-Eyed Susans by Julia Heaberlin
As the execution nears of the man who tried to kill Tessa Cartwright 18 years ago, she faces old ghosts and recurring nightmares of that night she was buried alive with the other...
VineSleuth | By Amy Gross –
Looking for a great bottle of wine amid a massive wall of wine at the grocery store or big box wine retailer?
I’m sure you know there are treasures there for every tastebud, but finding the perfect bottle for yourself or a friend can be a challenge. Some stores have great...