I’ve come to believe it is spring, for this morning a robin sat atop the garden gate. Scanning his brown earthly plate below, he quickly discerned a

The spring season brings a ‘FEVER” to do some planting in our yards and gardens. Many times this includes “key” trees and shrubs that will be with us

For the past year and a half Family and Youth Initiatives has been encouraging adults to be mentors. They have been giving each volunteer a middle or

Kyha is an approx 2-3 year old pit mix who weighs 40 pounds. She is vaccinated, dewormed, spayed, rabies vaccinated, heartworm negative and

Time and time again I have heard, “You know you have driven after having drunk too much, what right do you have to arrest me for it.” Over the years

As you know, we are having a very early spring and this weather is pushing the dates forward to get busy in the yard and garden. Broadleaved

This is about land. Land that I do not own, yet, I have called it home for almost sixty-six years. It is about a sense of ownership that comes with

Our landscapes are changing. Many of you are seeing the problem Colorado Spruce is having in this part of the country. They are dying by the thousands

A tiny news piece came across my desk the same day a photograph of a horse was given to me. They made me think of the television show Mr. Ed. The show

Memphis is an approx 5 year old pit mix who weighs 75 pounds. He is vaccinated, dewormed, neutered, rabies vaccinated, heartworm negative and

It is hopefully going to be spring soon, and it is time for cleaning out all the clutter from the winter. It is amazing all the things that we

Dear members of council and Mr. Bridge, I was unable to attend the most recent council meeting, but I hope you'll accept this email in lieu of any

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