Monday, July 4, 2022
Judith Sutherland

Judith Sutherland

sunset on a hay bale

Born in Judith Sutherland's father's love of farming was an ability to see the joy in the life he had chosen.
tick up close

This past summer and well into the fall, with all the factors right for an enormous proliferation of ticks, has found us sharing knowledge gleaned over many years whether we wanted it or not.

One of my favorite things to do is to chat with a member of our oldest generation about the chores they had to complete...
Duma trucks and flags

"Neither to serve nor to rule" was the motto that built our country and created steely individuals filled with deep determination, pride and integrity.

Judith Sutherland recalls finding arrowheads on her family farm as a child.
Ohio farmland

Renting one farm while buying another, Judith Sutherland's young parents knew that land was a precious commodity. It was worth long days and elbow grease.

Nicknames remain a tradition in small town settings, memorializing people over time.
radio

Judith Sutherland thinks back to some of the country music that shaped her childhood.
sunflowers

As Judith Sutherland considers the Russian attack on Ukraine, she is reminded that sunflowers will forever be symbolic of standing tall and strong.

Columnist Judith Sutherland talks with city children.