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High on Gobbler's Knob, about 3 miles outside the town of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, a crowd of thousands gather every Feb. 2 to celebrate Groundhog Day.

Fruitcake is delicious, and Kym Seabolt needs people to stop being wrong about it.

Saying goodbye in the Midwest is a process that must follow very specific guidelines.

Judith Sutherland recalls holiday memories of baking cookies with her late Aunt Marilyn and sisters.

Stark Parks is hosting two-holiday events this December. 

Maybe there is something better and more meaningful you can give your farming father this Father's Day.

For Julie Geiss, Mother’s Day is a time of reflection and remembrance for the women who shaped her childhood and instilled lifelong values. 

Ohio farmer Steve Reinhard participated in the White House Easter egg-rolling race across the lawn.

Bryce Angell crafts a poem about the trouble Leprechauns can cause.

Although this week marks the 25th anniversary of Eliza Blue's arrival in Shanghai, China, to study abroad, she still recalls the lessons she learned there.