Monday, August 21, 2017

By JUDITH SUTHERLAND Farm and Dairy columnist In 1950, my dad graduated from high school and welcomed a young man who had just...

A city friend recently commented she cannot imagine not having neighbors close by. What I have come to know is that closeness can carry...

As the combine moves across the fields, closing in on the soybean harvest, our English Shepherd posts himself in the best place to observe,...

While we wait, the farm bill was left lying on the floor of a bickering Congress, like a bunch of defiant kids who refuse...

The sun was low in the sky, evening coming on, when the buggy arrived. I stepped outside to see who was coming to visit,...

Plugging along in this ultra-technologically advanced world of ours sometimes just makes a fellow long for a newly-sharpened yellow pencil with a fresh eraser....

By JUDITH SUTHERLANDFarm and Dairy columnistThere is just nothing like the blessing of a newborn baby. Arriving a full month early, our family's most...

Doris Day led me astray -- influencing me to sing what could certainly go down as the worst possible song to sing in a nursing home.

It proved to be a very eventful day, farming with a 2-year-old. I accomplished more in a few hours than I ever have, but...

I have long considered music to be a gift, quietly taking its place in our lives. It amazes me that a simple tune with...
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