Elkhart and Kosciusko Edition
Dozens of surveys have shown that by the time patients get home from their doctors’ appointments, they’ve either forgotten or misinterpreted 40 percent to 80 percent of what their doctors told them.
Mohs is not for every kind of skin cancer and that’s something your doctor can explain. However, the Mohs procedure is certainly an approach that is worth discussing and not just for those for whom “their faces are their fortunes” as they say.
In addition to a new dessert recipe or family vacation photos, bring an important gift home this holiday season and become educated about the warning signs of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Music is a major component of the Christmas season, and each year, Michelle Byler plays a major role in setting the seasonal mood at her church.
It does not take much to get a large collection going; just a little interest and a lot of time. That is how Mary Jane and Bob Pontius of Elkhart started collecting antique glass candlestick holders. It began with a set of green Depression glass dishes.....
When Dave Boothby steps on to the basketball or volleyball court, baseball diamond or even the deck of a school swimming pool, the game is in his hands. He’s the official, the referee or the “arbiter” as his role is sometimes called.
This is the second of a two-part series.
Wish these people a very happy birthday this month!
This is the third in a series of four columns on Mennonite cooking
For Carol Smoker of New Paris, the little town of Bethlehem is a favorite part of her holiday decorating. She estimated her village contains more than 100 individual pieces, including animals, people, rocks, trees and other minute props.
Just minutes from downtown Anchorage is a fun place to visit. The Sourdough Mining Co., and the Alaska Wild Berry Park are located across the street from one another.
Tai Chi holds many benefits, particularly for seniors from building strength to helping with balance and coordination.
A meeting with a woman from Guatemala at her Warsaw church about a decade ago, led Sally DeWald into a mission she felt called to do by God. It seemed like happenstance, but with a closer look, the outcome seemed preordained.
Know people listed in this column? Send them cards to remember them on their special day.
On the stage of life, most every family has one member who becomes the “character actor” who brings forth a unique joy to those around them. A cousin of mine, Retired USN Senior Chief Petty Officer Steve Bowers, recently shared memories of a deceased uncle who was well-known through the Elkhart and Edwardsburg communities.