Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Alan Guebert reminds readers that when fear and anger at individuals replace love and duty for the nation, an honorable lion can become a gun-hiding mouse.
blue heron

Julie Geiss shares some recent experiences with nature that have mesmerized her and her children.
Holstein dairy cows

Learn more about assistance programs that can help dairy farmers.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt offers advice to newly minted “adults” as they move forward into the world after high school. 

Washington decided on a bold stroke of military strategy to win the Battle of Trenton on December 26, 1776.
Nelson-Kennedy Ledges State Park

Julie Geiss details a recent hike she and her family took at Nelson-Kennedy Ledges State Park.
calculator and notebook

There are strategies farmers can follow to become more economically resilient. Learn more in this week's Dairy Excel column.
man walking into barn

Judith Sutherland recalls a lesson she learned about respect and loyalty when a man stopped by to talk to her father about changing milk haulers.

Alan Guebert offers insight on the White House's recent diplomacy with China.

Feeding, housing and watching birds at home can be a source of joy and therapy in these difficult times.