Tuesday, February 25, 2020
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Scott Shalaway recalls a walk in the woods he took with his wife and daughters in 1993 on Christmas Eve.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt remembers that broken things can be put back together. More importantly, that perfection is definitely overrated.

At Stark County Farm Bureau's Milk and Cookies with Santa on Clardale Farms, visitors met dairy cows and Santa and wrote letters for Sophie's Magic Mailbox.

Is the winter holiday season really the best time to take on a new pet? Scott Shalaway helps you weigh the pros and cons of giving a pet as a gift.

As a shopper, Kymberly Foster-Seabolt has two modes: completely local, or online.

There are many old wives’ tales associated with live Christmas tree care, but what actually works? Learn to separate the facts from the myths.

There should be no Christmas tree shortage this year, and the lower supply and high demand means a strong market for farmers, an industry rep says.

Judith Sutherland shares how excited her grandson was to take a ride on The Polar Express recently.

Aaron Dodds recalls a special Thanksgiving when planting a scraggly tree had the power to replace his grandfathers' aliments with intrigue and joy.

In a world where I can watch football any Thursday, I want to do something different on Thanksgiving — old video games, board games, bingo, cards and more!
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