Elkhart and Kosciusko Edition
We’ve had numerous calls concerning the continued browning of evergreens in our area, especially arborvitae.
When it comes to ministry, one local organization likes to "horse" around - literally. Members of the Northern Indiana chapter of Cowboys for Christ meet once a month.
Don’t let fall or potentially frosty temperatures stop you from enjoying garden-fresh produce. Extend the nutritional value and homegrown flavor into your fall and early winter meals with the help of short season crops and season extending strategies.
We were in Alaska to attend a Lions forum with plans for a three-day tour. One of the forum speakers was Martin Buser who became fascinated with sled dogs while a teen in Switzerland. He arrived in Alaska in 1979 to enhance his knowledge of care and training of sled dogs.
Do you get Social Security or other federal benefit payments by paper checks? If so, you are required by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to switch to an electronic payment method.
Bunions (those swollen, painful bumps on the inside of the foot at the base of the big toe) are so closely associated in our minds with women and with fashionable but often ill-fitting shoes, that the question I was asked last week as to whether or not men even get bunions was not at all unreasonable.
When it comes to saving for retirement, too many folks have a lot of catching up to do.
When it comes to fighting arthritis, there’s no arguing with the axiom “move it or lose it.” Movement and physical activity have been proven effective in relieving arthritis pain and, in some cases, delaying the onset of symptoms.
Elkhart resident Norma Gene Vreecy has fond memories of the time when Elkhart was home to a long forgotten baby food factory: Clapp’s Baby Food. Actually, the story of this baby food begins long before it became a part of Elkhart history.
If your favorite childhood aromas are still around, your taste buds are still intact, there’s somebody who bakes bread and cans peaches at your house and even fries potatoes — count your blessings! To most people all those pleasant things are just a memory.
Sharon Chiddister, 63, of Goshen, has played sports her entire life. Her father played horseshoes and wanted her to play, too, but with so many other activities, a high school-aged Chiddister only had so much free time, and pitching horse shoes was not something she cared to fill it with Yet somehow, 50 years later, Chiddister is the Indiana Women’s Champion for the Indiana Horseshoe Pitchers Association, and ranks 10th in the world as part of the National Horseshoe Pitchers Association.
Nutritionists are constantly telling us we need to eat more vegetables. One way to prepare vegetables some people may enjoy is roasting. We think of doing it more in the fall of the year but the fact is you can roast vegetables year round.
Wish these people a very happy birthday this month!
I have been busy with requests for information about re-seeding lawns killed by drought. Now is the best time to consider reseeding. Between now and Sept. 15 is the best time to reseed in our area.
When J. Robert Boggs’ wife, who had Alzheimer’s disease, was in a nursing home, she asked her husband to lay with her in her small bed one night. Hesitant at first, Boggs finally said yes to his wife after she told him, “I’ll move over.” Thus, the idea for Boggs’ first book was born.