Tuesday, April 7, 2020
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As we relax and are thankful for our freedoms, David Marrison challenges each of us to examine how we can make America a better place.

As we were celebrating Independence Day, it was not a day to think of what we pay, but what we owe to enjoy the freedoms that we do.

Neighborhood "dumps" have become a thing of the past almost overnight as society marches towards better regulation of what gets pitched, and where.

Bob Gibbs or "Gibsy" always worked a full-time factory job but helped area farmers "just for fun" at the end of sometimes grueling double shifts.

The climb to attain what seems to matter is set to music by the group Little Big Town in a song titled Free.

Antique values are not "ever rising." They peak and then backslide as the people who have a collective memory of that item fall away.

Farm and ranch groups are now less social and more tribal. Many have a “we’re-right, you’re-wrong” view of farm and food tech, policy and their customers.

Manners, often taught on the porches, in the backyards and the barn floors, stay with us, thanks to some busy person in our lives finding a moment.

An all-day benefit Saturday, April 1, will raise funds to help well-known Pennsylvania auctioneer Beth Hillmar, who spent 61 days in the hospital this winter following complications from surgery.

The students learn all types of dancing, including the square dance and the waltz, which teaches timing and a need to pay attention to a partner.
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