Cold nights-warm days are what April is all about. For the first half of the month, night and early morning temperatures will dip intoREAD MORE
In December of last year, the Clark County Library got in a new DVD called Just Eat It. Always on the lookout for new culinary information, we orderedREAD MORE
Most of us have been in the garden by now or at least trying to get outside as the weather cooperates. One of the latest spring snows we have had inREAD MORE
In the jail the inmates are not allowed newspapers. So when I interviewed the inmates about their heroin/drug addictions they were allowed to read theREAD MORE
Container Gardens are “IN” today because of their decorative use on patios, decks and entry areas. Commercial plantings in towns, shopping centers andREAD MORE
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If I could, I would write you this by hand. But, the world has changed greatly since I went to school and learned how to writeREAD MORE
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 aREAD MORE
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 usREAD MORE
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 orREAD MORE
Kyha is an approx 2-3 year old pit mix who weighs 40 pounds. She is vaccinated, dewormed, spayed, rabies vaccinated, heartworm negative andREAD MORE
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 yearsREAD MORE
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. BroadleavedREAD MORE
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