Sunday, July 23, 2017

They're born and the next thing you know, your children are adults. How does that happen?

The farm 'chain gang' toiled in the fields, in the hot sun. But we weren't planting or weeding or even picking a crop. Unless you call rocks a crop.

Sometimes just the right words, placed on paper, can help make sense of what seems totally senseless.

In historical terms, I had never really thought about how young our country was in the 1930s. The United States Regional Cook Book, edited...

One aspect of country life that interests me most is that it is never the same day after day. There are always new footprints...

In a recent poll among U.S. citizens, 73 percent believe America is heading in the wrong direction. One friend quipped, "but hey, with the...

By JUDITH SUTHERLANDFarm and Dairy columnistI read with interest the academic study report just released that says growing up on a farm impacts immune...

A Pekingese isn't your typical farm dog, but they've been the favorite of columnist Judie Sutherland her whole [farm] life.

The year that I turned 6 was a big year. I started first grade. I started piano lessons -- against my will. And I...

One of my favorite photographs, displayed where I can see it often, is a candid shot of my dad with John McNaull. They stand talking and laughing amid the backdrop of antique tractors, a passion they shared.
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