I was going through a box of papers at the office and found some old-time photos. These were actually several family photos that I once displayed on a shelf at the DuBois office and had been p…

At this time of the year many of us stop to take stock of what we are thankful for in our lives. One of the many things we can all be thankful for is that we live in this beautiful part of Pen…

The recent cold weather has put me in the mood for some warm comfort food. Something that tastes yummy whether it’s fresh made today or reheated tomorrow.

It’s funny but now that I think about it New England introduced me to two favorite bread items – English muffins and popovers.

Yesterday was the first day of fall, at least if we go by the astronomical season. However Meteorological seasons puts the first day of fall at Sept. 1. The difference is the astronomical list…

I remarked to Dad the other day that the lawns are still so nice and green. Usually at this time of the year we are beginning to see brown spots, or with persistent hot weather entire lawns be…

This past weekend was my church’s corn boil, which is basically a picnic with corn on the cob as one of its main dishes. We’ve had this annual picnic for quite awhile and what once began as a …

Several of the recipes in today’s Tri-County Sunday have a south of the border flair to them – from corn queso dip to tacos to adding chilies to burgers. While I’m not a lover of really spicy …

The recent Farm To Table magazine has put me in the mood for vegetables. Dad and I were talking about suppers for the next week and one of the food items he mentioned was vegetable soup. While…

Sometimes we’re handed an opportunity that we never imagined would come our way. Such was the case when covering the 203 Model T Fords that made a stop in Foxburg, Clarion County, a few weeks ago.

As family members gather together there is at some point talk about remember when – a look back to what seems to be simpler days.

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