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THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Cures for Cabin Fever

January 28, 2012 It’s the time of year when deer are dropping their antlers, turkeys are following manure spreaders and Phil, the famous Punxsutawney groundhog, is ready to tell us how much cabin fever season we hav... more »»

Momma’s list for things ‘to do’

January 21, 2012 You have all heard of “honey do” lists. This week I had a “momma needs done” list that my children were able to take care of for me. more »»

Big dreams

January 21, 2012 I met Bill Dyke a few years ago when he gave me a call at Family Services to discuss one of my newspaper columns. more »»

When good motor mounts go bad

January 21, 2012 Dear Tom and Ray: The Toyota dealer where I have my car serviced recommended that I replace the motor mounts. more »»

In sickness and in health

January 21, 2012 Once upon a time, there was a man who never got sick. Early in our marriage, he unfortunately found himself in a house full of people who succumbed, one at a time, to the fl. more »»

Trail corridor protection

January 21, 2012 At the start of the 20th century, the Warren area was known as the Allegheny brushpile. The logging industry stripped the hills of all timber and just walked away. The U.S. more »»

I can almost taste it!

January 14, 2012 One of the things that I like about January is the arrival of the catalogs from the nurserie. more »»

We’re all the same, only different

January 14, 2012 It’s a short drive to work. I can hardly listen to a whole favorite song. Many times I’ll hear just a portion of a story on NPR. more »»

Afterthoughts

January 14, 2012 Mixing business with pleasure The radio scanner in the newsroom is a good source of information. It can also be a source of entertainment. more »»

Time to talk politics at the dinner table

January 14, 2012 We all have heard the admonishment that polite people never discuss politics or religion at the dinner table. Forgive me, but that sounds like a big part of the problem right now in America. more »»

READERS FORUM

January 14, 2012 Automatic salary increases for elected officials must end Imagine a scenario where you could guarantee yourself a pay raise every year, no matter wha. more »»

Encouragement goes a long way

January 7, 2012 A commercial that aired during the holiday season is one of my favorites. I remember seeing it before, but it never gets old. A family attends a concert in a large auditoriu. more »»

Food for thought

January 7, 2012 This time of year finds many people making resolutions regarding the dinner plate, usually in an effort to undo the damage done to the waistline between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. more »»

Afterthoughts

January 7, 2012 Redevelopment sale or Wanted: the stuff you wrote about After getting a chuckle out of the interior vinyl in a previous Afterthought, newsroom staffers faced an unexpected situatio. more »»

Ring-a-ding-ding

January 7, 2012 Santa, disguised as my son, Bart, gave me a smart phone for Christmas. more »»

Priest brawl in Bethlehem – An historical symbol

January 7, 2012 Priests in a public brawl inside the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem captured broad public attention. more »»

Coping with changes

December 31, 2011 “If I have to explain, you won’t understand.” Harley Davidson Co. As 2011 slips away and 2012 enters it is time to remember, then to move on. more »»

It’s all good!

December 31, 2011 We sure do approach life in some funny ways sometimes. A friend locked her keys in her car the other day. more »»

He likes the car, but doesn’t like feeling road

December 31, 2011 Dear Tom and Ray: I recently purchased a 2006 Mazda MX5 with 48,000 mile. more »»

Holiday cacophony

December 31, 2011 When Dylan was five, he had a cowboy themed bedroom. He is now 25, and his tastes have changed. He’s not interested in being a cowboy, having discovered the joys of programmable logic controls. more »»

 
 

 

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