In these times of uncertainty, I’ve decided to write about some plants that may help in survival situations.
Last Saturday afternoon, my wife and I invited a group of our neighbors to bring their lawn chairs and meet in our driveway. Ten of us showed up and positioned our chairs 6 feet apart. (If more had come, we were prepared with a second driveway across the street).
During these difficult times, the last thing the people of Pennsylvania need are individuals, retailers, or wholesalers taking advantage of them.
You have probably noticed that 98 percent of the news lately is about the coronavirus. In keeping with that tradition, I am here to inform you on how to survive if McDonald’s has to close down.
I’m not sure of the exact numbers, but there have to be close to 10 million plant awards given out each year. The plant I’m writing about today was given the Green Thumb Award for 2020.
As the presidential race heats up, candidates are vying for the best image and a positive first impression. But, historically, image and impressions are often deceiving.
I started writing these faith columns in the fall of 2009. A friend had purchased a few local newspapers and wanted a free faith column he could provide to his readers.
In case you haven’t heard, the National Garden Bureau has named 2020 the Year of the Lavender. Congratulations to all of you lavenders growing out there. You’ve finally gotten some recognition.
Just when you thought it was safe to begin to believe again that government could work for a greater good without becoming an episode of “Mean Girls” or verbal Rock’em Sock’em Robots, along comes another head-shaker.
I grew up in Texas, often wakened by the rasp of blue jays outside my window, frequently entertained by mockingbirds with their collection of stolen songs.
Another year has passed and another class has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. In recent memory, we have watched unanimous election of Mariano Rivera and the near-unanimous election Derek Jeter, both of the heralded New York Yankees, go into the Hall.
The assassination Friday of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, a top security and intelligence commander in the Iranian military, raises significant questions, including whether the killing will achieve a discernible U.S. goal, and — even more troubling — whether it will push the U.S. and Iran closer to war.
Linda Kay Hansotte, 71 of New Castle passed away on March 30, 2020. Linda was born in New Castle on June 26, 1948, to the late Leonard Russell and Mary Kathryn Trego Morris. She married Ronald Hansotte, who survives. Linda was a member of Calvary Independent Church. She was a graduate of New…