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Despite the imperfections and mishaps of the holiday, Kymberly Foster Seabolt's 50th Christmas was better than perfect.

Alan Guebert keeps his Christmas tradition going and shares one of the first remembrances from the southern Illinois dairy farm of his youth.

Now that we can all mark ourselves safe from the great Christmas carol offense of 2018, it's time to dissect what the heck just happened.

We can recycle or reuse about 80 percent of what we throw out during the holidays. Keep the spirit of Christmas going, learn to be a better recycler.

Farm and Dairy readers to share stories about the best Christmas gifts they ever received.

When baking fancy cookies, cakes, cupcakes, or other foods for the holidays it’s important to know which decorations are edible and which ones aren’t.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt considers asking for things with a deeper meaning this Christmas and shares what she really wants from Santa.

Judith Sutherland shares her memories of the last Christmas she got with her with Grandpa Charlie and reminds us gifts fade but memories last a lifetime.

Although many people like the taste of cookie dough, eating it can make you sick. Learn more about the bacteria in cookie dough and avoid foodborne illness.

Local schools were scarce in frontier communities during the mid- to late-19th century, nor was there much in the way of celebrating the Christmas holiday.
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