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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.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt reviews the 12 common, and sometimes corny, cliches of Hallmark Channel Christmas movies and reflects on why she still enjoys them.

Support hometown businesses this holiday season. Try these local gift ideas, learn where to find locally made gifts and learn how to buy local online.

Try these tricks and tips to keep live wreaths, swags and garlands beautiful throughout the holiday season.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt discovered she's related to Santa at 4 years old, realizing he and uncle Mike had the same liver spots on the back of their hands.

The hanging of Christmas stockings is a tradition with an extensive history. Learn more about the stories that made Christmas stockings so popular.

Judith Sutherland recalls some of her favorite childhood Christmas memories.

Sam Moore reviews the December 1957 issue of Farm Journal magazine to get a glimpse of what the holidays were like 60 years ago.

Judith Sutherland recalls that overwhelming feeling of giddy hopefulness, the magic of waiting for Christmas morning in the weeks preceding it.

December is a great time to reflect on where we have been, where we are, and where we are headed.
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