Thinking about the New Year and habits, both good and bad, I came across an article in The New York Times that offered scientific tips to help with beginning good habits and ending bad ones.

It’s been a while since I’ve written about the ongoing saga of the kittens. It amazes me how different they all are.

At one time, I’d make my own take on surf and turf for New Year’s Eve dinner for my parents. Usually it was broiled sirloin steak and shrimp scampi. I chose sirloin as that is the steak recomm…

Christmas is a little bittersweet each year for families who have lost a loved one. At first we don’t really care if about the holiday, we’re more focused on what our lives will be like withou…

With Christmas not really very far off, Santa can be seen at various times in many communities talking with children, young and old. Our love of this iconic figure begins in childhood with the…

Christmas is only a couple weeks away. And this year our sister newspaper, the Jeffersonian Democrat is decorated for the season.

We’ve entered the holiday season, that magical time of the year that causes a child’s eyes to light up with wonder as they spy houses decorated with Christmas lights, trees with boughs hung wi…

No matter what we think we will be like as we age, time and Mother Nature has a way of changing our plans.

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…

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