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Reader opposes citizen question on census

In this letter to the editor, Lupe Williams of Wooster opposes a citizen question being added to the 2020 census.

Don't beat yourself up over something in your past

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses Christ's work on the cross and letting the past be the past.

Resident supports Graber for commissioner

In this letter to the editor, Chuck Eicher of West Salem expresses his support for Bob Graber as Wayne County commissioner.

Maybe Mother Nature is just in a bad mood

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her irritation with the extended cold weather.

I do believe spring has landed

Columnist Herb Broda discusses rare wild flowers that grow during this time in spring.

Retired director supports Care Center Levy

In this letter to the editor, Carole Van Pelt, retired director of the care center, encourages voters to support the Care Center Levy.

Orrville resident supports Graber

In this letter to the editor, Frank T. Tucker of Orrville expresses support for Bob Graber for Wayne County commissioner.

Time to say goodbye to this house

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her preparing to move to a new home.

Obrecht endorses Graber

In this letter to the editor, Ann M. Obrecht of Shreve expresses support for Bob Graber as the Republican primary.

You know what it is? It's St. Elmo's Fire

Columnist Missy Herrera relishes her time spent alone.

Time to downsize

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the task of downsizing.

There's something about dogs you just can't help but admire

Columnist Bryan Schaaf compares the personalities of dogs and cats and connects it with people.

Ohio trapper shares opinion on bobcat proposal

In this letter to the editor, Ohio State Trappers Association President Keith Daniels expresses his disagreement with columnist Randi Pokladnik's stance on the bobcat proposal.

The snow wears out its welcome within an hour or 2

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her and her house's readiness for spring.

We can fix this by doing the right thing at home

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses a recent threat at the school his kids attend and his happiness to see parents and the community come together for the protection of the students.

The lowly daffodil is actually a chemical powerhouse

Columnist Herb Broda discusses the medicinal value of daffodils and other plants.

Walking with people in their time of need

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses investing in people by demonstrating care and concern for their well-being.

A lumpy lawn is not a favorite with houses

Columnist Laura Moore discusses lumpy lawns and the causes.

Give me a reason

Columnist Karen Wilson discusses finding reasons to get things done.

Let God do his job: He's better at it than you

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses forgiveness and grudges.

Some house illnesses are harder to find

Columnist Laura Moore discusses radon and other illnesses houses may contract.

Just showing up isn't good enough after awhile

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the balance needed to teach kids to be both competitive and humble.

Costly ingredients are surprisingly easy to make at home

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses creme fresh as well as Irish dishes.

There is no life without the soil

Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses soil and its benefits.

A hint of spring is in the air

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the hints of spring.

No legislation is going to sufficiently address these problems

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses gun violence and his thoughts on the remedy.

Increase access to colonoscopies for seniors to save lives and money

In this letter to the editor, Paula Chenevey of Wooster asks Sen. Rob Portman to co-sponsor the Removing Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening Act.

Life can be disappointing

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses disappointments in life and ways to view and deal with them.

Renew your sense of wonder outdoors

Columnist Herb Broda discusses children's wonder over nature and salamander migration.

There are pluses and minuses for both hard and soft flooring

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the pros and cons of soft flooring verses hard flooring.

It's time to move on from the Chief

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his childhood memories of the Indians and his willingness to move on from Chief Wahoo.

An experience like that can leave folks with ceiling fears for the rest of their lives

Columnist Laura Moore discusses low ceilings and a situation that brought many people great anxiety.

Think of trying to flip a wet tissue without breaking it and you get the idea

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses the difficulty of making dessert crepes.

Boosting creativity and problem-solving

Columnist Karen Wilson discusses ways to fuel the creative process and solve problems.

Smoke alarms are a necessity to all houses

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the need for smoke alarms in homes and the disturbances they cause.

Too often as parents we are compelled to step in

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses a situation where he was tempted to intervene on his child's behalf but was glad he didn't.

Crepes are worth mastering

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses crepes and the techniques behind making them.

Our participatory democracy is on life support

Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses her disagreement with Ohio legislation like House Joint Resolution 5 and SB210.

Reader supports Harbaugh for Congress

In this letter to the editor, Martin Fisher of Prairie Township expresses support for Ken Harbaugh for Congress.

Do yourself a favor: Whatever it is, let it go

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses freedom and empowerment from letting things go.

The neighborhood diva was shocked by the little bungalow's popularity

Columnist Laura Moore discusses a condescending house that has changed its ways.

LeBron shouldn't get second opportunity to embarrass the city

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses why he thinks the Cavaliers should trade LeBron James.

I saw more than 100 species in January

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses the more than 100 species of birds he sighted in January.

Great food is found in unlikely places

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses how great food can be found in many places.

The unassuming guy with more Super Bowl rings than fingers is a breath of fresh air

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses qualities he likes about Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

Our house will miss her playful little visitors

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the changes in the antics of her grandchildren over the years.

More January birding adventures

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses some birding done in Northern Indiana.

Addressing climate crisis may be in our forests

Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses how preserving forests could help the climate.

Hey winter, enough is enough

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her and her house's feelings toward the long spell of cold weather.

Winter is a season of patience

Columnist Herb Broda discusses the way modern life slows down in the winter and how nature teaches patience.

Cold weather inspires cooking and baking

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the pros and cons of the cold weather that has been taking place.

There are iconic pizza joints everywhere you go

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his favorite local pizza joint and his desire to see this business continue.

Cold temperatures have the deck popping

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the impact of the cold weather on her house.

The only thing holding me back are my own excuses

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his desire to be more aware this year.

Resolve to listen to one another in 2018

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh shares about beginning the new year by making resolve but not resolutions.

Offerings left by deer are roll-worthy to the dogs

Columnist Laura Moore discusses a deer situation at her home.

Read all the news that wasn't in 2017

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh discusses strange news stories that didn't make the news in 2017.

​Endings and beginnings

Columnist Bruce Glick reflects upon 2017 and discusses some birding memories.

Have we forgotten to remember the magic of Christmas?

Columnist Missy Herrera discusses Christmas traditions from her past and how they have changed over the years.

We returned to a darkened house

Columnist Laura Moore discusses an electrical problem in the midst of houses glowing bright for the season.

Remember the old: Decorating for the holidays took on a new look

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh discusses old Christmas traditions of his family along with new ones being formed in his new area of residence.

Nature finds its way into Christmas

Columnist Herb Broda discusses Christmas history and traditions through the plants that often decorate homes during the season.

What will you be eating Christmas day?

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses Christmas traditions and Christmas dinner.

Ask him to reveal himself in the small things in life

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses communication with God through the small things in life.

Christmas Bird Counts will begin

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses upcoming Christmas Bird Counts.

To rob one house is to rob them all

Columnist Laura Moore discusses holiday thefts of home decor.

Being brave is as simple as opening your mouth

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses bravery and sexual-harassment allegations.

Political activism and the workplace

This "Law You Can Use" column discusses political activism and the workplace.

Scammers use phony tracking numbers to fool online shoppers

Better Business Bureau columnist Kim Thompson discusses phony tracking numbers to fool online shoppers.

Our house wears many hats

Columnist Laura Moore discusses a hawk on the roof and some animal wars around the area of her home.

The last great reminders of how great things could be

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the passing of Jim Nabors and how television has changed over the years.

Holidays and friends are a natural combination

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh writes about sharing with friends during the holidays.

An early December update

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses birding updates for December.

A New Year's dinner without pork and sauerkraut

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses ideas for food this holiday season.

How to protect yourself from peripheral arterial disease

Savvy Senior columnist Jim Miller discusses treatment options for peripheral arterial disease.

Military families targeted in emergency scam twist

Better Business Bureau columnist Kim Thompson discusses scams targeting military families.

Poor memories cancel out our good intentions

Columnist Laura Moore discusses numerous events that have dirtied her carpet.

This birthday is a big one, and I'll enjoy it just like all the others

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh shares about enjoying every birthday.

More Amazon 'confirm your account' emails

Better Business Bureau columnist Kim Thompson discusses email scammers posing as Amazon.

It's important to be humble and kind

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses valuing humility and kindness over riches.

Decorate before it gets too cold or wet

Columnist Laura Moore discusses decorating houses for the holidays.

We've allowed our game to be shaped by elitists

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses soccer and its affordability and access to youth.

Being an Ebenezer Scrooge of energy

Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses ways to save on energy use.

Wet leaves become a safety hazard

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her house's reaction to the falling leaves.

Wearable technology: Keep yourself safe

Better Business Bureau columnist Kim Thompson discusses ways to maximize the security on one's wearable technology.

It is fun to rearrange things to freshen up your decor

Columnist Laura Moore discusses rearranging things in the home.

I'll never criticize anyone for exercising their freedoms

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses freedoms in American and the voting booth.

Bringing outdoor plants inside for the winter brightens our rooms

Columnist Laura Moore discusses bringing outdoor plants inside for the winter.

I took the pilgrimage to have a proper good time

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the annual Jack Daniel's World Barbecue Championship Invitational.

Look on the inside to change the outside

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses recognizing triggers for negative thoughts and how to deal with those triggers.

Resident believes in candidate's experience

In this letter to the editor, Orrville resident Judy Kropf expresses her support for Suzanne Waldron as Municipal Court judge.

Support shown for candidate for judge

In this letter to the editor, Wooster resident David Broehl expresses his support for Suzanne Waldron for Municipal judge.

Shreve resident supports candidate for judge

In this letter to the editor, Shreve resident Don Noble II expresses his support for Mike Rickett for Wayne County Municipal Court judge.

Houses revel in all that dress up

Columnist Laura Moore discusses how houses enjoy having guests.

Phony ads and fake breeders fool would-be pet owners

Better Business Bureau columnist Kim Thompson discusses fake breeders and scams related to phony pet sales.

I was lucky to grow up on the family farm

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the lessons he learned growing up on the family farm.

Feminism unintentionally eroded the ritual of teenage dating

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses something he has noticed the recent generation doing that he likes.

Reader supports candidate for judge

In this letter to the editor, Rittman resident Mary Jane House Leatherman expresses her support of Michael Rickett for Wayne County Municipal Court judge.

Looking for Netflix support? Be careful whom you call

Better Business Bureau columnist Kim Thompson discusses scams related to phony Netflix support numbers.

Praise for candidate for judge

In this letter to the editor, Wooster residents John W. Thomas and Judy Thomas express their support for Michael W. Rickett for Wayne County Municipal judge.

Emotional highs will never last forever

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses his salvation testimony and dealing with depression and uncertainty.

Reconsider logging Mohican

In this letter to the editor, Butler resident Robin K. Webb expresses her disagreement with logging in Mohican Memorial State Forest.

Reader supports candidate

In this letter to the editor, Rittman resident Tom Leatherman expresses his support for Michael W. Rickett for Wayne County Municipal Court judge.

Compatibility might be enough

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the search for a new home.

Are you getting local calls that aren't local?

Better Business Bureau columnist Kim Thompson discusses calls that falsely reflect one's area code.

A bumper crop of acorns

Columnist Herb Broda discusses the theory of acorn mast years being linked with an increase in Lyme disease.

Prosecutor supports candidate

In this letter to the editor, Wayne County Prosecutor Dan Lutz expresses his support for Mike Rickett as Municipal Court judge.

There is a lot to be said for wood floors

Columnist Laura Moore talks about the changing styles of popular house flooring and the benefits of wood floors.

The last mow of summer is coming soon

Columnist Laura Moore discusses house work during the change of seasons in a time of climate indecision.

Letter: Improper use of authority must stop

In this letter to the editor, Wooster resident Madeleine Kirkbride shares her concern for police violence.

Outdoor sports community sees the effects of climate instability

Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses her views on climate instability and its effects on outdoor sports and economics.

We love our inside and outside pets

Columnist Laura Moore discusses an outdoor cat their house recently adopted.

Life is composed far more of failures than successes

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his view on young people and teaching young people how to lose with dignity.

Football is not the most important sport

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses how football is viewed compared to other sports.

Letter: The effect taxation would have on churches

In this letter to the editor, Shreve resident Steven Smith expresses his support for churches to continue to have tax-exempt status.

Fall begins our air conditioner's time out

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the change in season as well as appliance usage.

Goldenrod is a dazzling introduction to the next season

Columnist Herb Broda discusses outdoor learning as well as goldenrod and its uses to local wild life.

Don't believe someone else is going to do the work for you

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses "The Simpsons" and Homer's lazy attitude in comparison to society.

Somewhere out there is the house of our dreams

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her search for a new home.

Just because you ban a thing, doesn't mean you eliminate an ideology

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the current controversy with the Confederate flag.

Faith communities working toward a sustainable future

Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses Faith Communities Together for a Sustainable Future and the group's statewide meeting in Dover.

Red Cross helps at home and away

Red Cross columnist Lara Kiefer discusses first-aid services in disaster and at home.

September has arrived with fall just weeks away

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her garden and mulching situation.

A long-tailed jaeger delights birders at Findlay Reservoir

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses his viewing of jaegers.

Making pasta on a cool September day

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses making pasta from scratch.

Don't tell me what I want to hear

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses being honest with people.

We are considering divorce

Columnist Laura Moore discusses a looming divorce between her and her home.

A tale of two cities

Columnist Bryan Schaaf compares two cities concerning their views on corporate tax.

The quiet house

Columnist Laura Moore discusses a house she remembers from her childhood that was always eerily quiet.

Science should be one of the untouchables

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the solar eclipse along with both his belief and scepticism in science.

The breeze stilled and the katydids quit buzzing

Feature writer Nancy Davis shares her experience in Dover, Tennessee, where she viewed the eclipse in totality.

The whole thing had been plotted by vacation angels

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses his recent vacation in South Carolina and the food he had while there.

A long drive makes for an unforgettable solar eclipse

Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses her trip to Hopkinsville, Kentucky, where she viewed the recent eclipse in totality.

Most of the stuff in the garage is not my responsibility

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her two-car garage and the stuff that has filled it.

The Red Cross is a vital part of the community

In this Red Cross column Lara Kiefer discusses the services provided by the organization and how it has impacted Wayne and Holmes counties.

When we know we're officially on the clock, that's the time to reflect

Columnist Brian Schaaf discusses his view on death and what he hopes to have accomplished with his life when his time comes.

Shorebirds are in the spotlight these days

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses shorebirds he saw during a trip to some flooded fields.

The art of listening is hard to learn

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses the importance of listening.

Forest bathing is not what you think

Columnist Herb Broda discusses forest bathing, which is much different than what it sounds like, and Queen Anne's Lace, his wild flower of the month.

Cast has as much fun as audience in OLO production

Writer Ellen Pill gives a review of the Ohio Light Opera's production of "Cinderella, Lady of the Slipper."

Storms make our house a nervous wreck

Columnist Laura Moore discusses a hurricane she once experienced and how her house does not like storms.

Attempts to paint a large group of people with a broad brush stroke is na´ve

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his view on the recent controversy surrounding James Damore and people's reactions to things they disagree with.

The future looks bright for bald eagles

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses bald eagles and their growing numbers in Ohio.

Not knowing how the sausage is made misses the mark

Columnist Scott Daniels says you only realize how many times you have to bend, twist and lift things in the kitchen once you can't do so very easily.

There is nothing wrong with having one's own way of doing things

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses his perspective on people who believe their way is the only way.

A seasonal, plant-based diet is healthier for the planet

Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses her belief that food choices can affect climate change.

Keeping cool has become a full-time effort

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the pros and cons of summer.

A huge step in the right direction for the sports world

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses why he is happy with the decision Kyrie Irving made to leave the Cavs.

You're making everything taste like bottled Italian dressing

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses marinades and his belief that Italian dressing is not the way to go unless making a salad.

There can be unfortunate clashes when critters run into each other

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the noise that arises when critters outside her home take offense to one another.

There can be unfortunate clashes when critters run into each other

Columnist Laura Moore discusses the noise that arises when critters outside her home take offense to one another.

Cleanliness matters in a proper kitchen

Just as it is second nature to think constantly about other drivers, traffic laws, safety measures and road conditions while you're driving, so you should be thinking about what you are doing while you cook and be mindful of how sloppy food preparation can easily make people very, very sick.

The Ohio Light Opera and Gilbert and Sullivan are a marriage made in heaven

Writer Ellen Pill gives a review of Ohio Light Opera's presentation of "H.M.S. Pinafore."

On paper it sounds easy

Columnist Laura Moore discusses a kitchen a relative is remodeling.

There is a place for fast food

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his love for fast food.

Why don't you just focus?

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses focus and time management.

Move over kids: Grandma's heading for the playground!

Columnist Herb Broda discusses outdoor exercise areas for older adults and stargazing.

Refrigerator pickles are easy to make

Columnist Scott Daniels talks about pickles and a recent attempt he made at making his own jar of pickles.

How we spend time is determined by what we find most important

Columnist Bob Hanna discusses his view that the way we spend our time reflects our priorities in life.

Fun names just make a lot of sense

​Columnist Bruce Stambaugh remarks about the unique names of both Rockingham County and Holmes County.

We've unintentionally marginalized masculinity

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his view on what it means to be a man and how this needs to be taught to young men today.

This smoke is your life until Halloween at least

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses how he will be grilling on his kettle grill until Halloween at least.

Summer fun: Keep it simple so that it is simply fun

Columnist Karen Wilson offers simple ways to have fun with the family during summer.

Stop beating yourself up over something you've been forgiven

Columnist Amber Miller discusses a recent event that caused her to feel ashamed and how being reminded of what Jesus did helped her.

I've decided the lamb's ear must go

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her difficulties with getting rid of the beautiful but highly invasive lamb's ear.

Regenerative design solves the large-scale trash problem

Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses regenerative design, an idea that seeks to parallel nature and attempts to be waste free while being used to design buildings, create landscapes and manufacture consumer products.

Welcome to my imperfect home

Columnist Missy Herrera discusses differing views on hospitality and what it means to her.

Fresh air makes a house happy

Columnist Laura Moore discusses open windows and screen doors along with the creatures outside that like to invade a home when able.

An open letter to the powers that be in Major League Baseball

Columnist Mike Dewey discusses Major League Baseball and its attempts to speed up the game and make it more entertaining for some viewers.

Less really is more

Bruce Stambaugh shares how downsizing helped him realize that less is really more.

Auto safety devices that can help seniors with older cars

Savvy Senior columnist Jim Miller discusses devices that can help seniors drive safely.

Some birds are rarely seen away from the oceans of the world

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses ocean-dwelling birds and some rare bird sightings.

In the end it is worth trusting

Columnist Kyle Snyder discusses his view on trusting God and waiting on God.

Trust in God's opinion of you more than others

Columnist Amber Miller discusses her experiences as a stay-at-home mom and her battle with being more concerned with people's view of her than God's.

Maybe we all need a hiatus from the news

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his view on bias in mainstream media.

The best wine is the wine you like

Ohio has a long and important history in wine-making, beginning in the 1820s along the Ohio River. Ohio was the largest producer of wine in the United States until crop failures and the Civil War brought things to a standstill.

I feel so small when I try to compare myself to this unknown hero

Columnist Mike Dewey discusses the tragic death of a man who rushed into the ocean to save two drowning teenagers.

70 times 7 until it hurts

Columnist Missy Herrera discusses her perspective on freedom and giving.

The Founding Fathers showed compassion and empathy

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh discusses the Founding Fathers, the U.S. Constitution and some of its amendments.

Reports of rare birds come from a number of birders

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses reports of rare birds seen in the region, including Killbuck Marsh, a big place with lots of excellent habitat. Several least bitterns have been reported. These bitterns are found annually but in small numbers.

We're still not sure exactly where hot dogs come from

Columnist Scott Daniels shares the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council says over the Fourth of July holiday Americans will consume enough hot dogs to stretch, end-to-end, from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles five times.

Long days and slow sunsets signal summer’s here

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh discusses his love for summer.

It's firefly season

Columnist Herb Broda discusses declining firefly populations and summer activities.

My consent is not yours to take

Columnist Missy Herrera shares why consent is the last line of self preservation.

Know the laws for a safe and pleasant hunt

Columnist Bob Hanna gives sound advice that will lead to a safe and pleasant hunt when you follow all the rules.

Visiting some old friends

Columnist Laura Moore visits a few old friends on a trip.

Include reading in your summer plans

Summer is a great opportunity to share your favorite authors from your childhood with your kids. Read together or listen to audiobooks.

Dads are a pretty precious commodity

Columnist Scott Daniels recalls his dad's disdain for any vegetable other than the potato.

True happiness comes by fulfilling our purpose

Columnist Kyle Snyder continues his column on finding purpose.

Being a father brings lots of lessons

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh discusses things he learned throughout his years as a father from his own parents as well as from his children.

Optics Fling is a big success

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses an event he traveled home to attend called the Optics Fling.

Pushing the envelope can lead you to amazing experiences

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses some food items he has been considering to attempt to make.

The seasons are determined for me more by my closet than by the calendar

Columnist Herb Broda discusses summer activities to do outside.

We allow that little guilt monster to deprive us of so many good things to eat

Columnist Scott Daniels encourages readers to enjoy life and food.

Magee Marsh and the biggest week of birding

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses birding at two locations and an increase in new birders of all ages.

Grateful for a creative mother who shared life’s beauty

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh remembers his creative mother.

Remembering Mom on Mother's Day

Columnist Mike Dewey recalls memories of his mother and considers what her thoughts and actions might have been toward the current political landscape.

Strawberry jelly and blissful chaos

Columnist Missy Herrera discusses her writing and a home system she describes as blissful chaos.

Flowers are never a bad idea as a gift

Columnist Randi Pokladnik recalls memories of her mother's love for trees and flowers.

Wildlife conservation requires planning and cooperation

Columnist Bob Hanna discusses conservation and his view on how hunting plays into conservation efforts.

God loves to have fellowship with us

Columnist Amber Miller recalls an experience from her college volleyball days and compares it to her understanding of how God feels about people.

Bees are buzzing me for absolutely no good reason

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her situation with bees around her home.

Coaches and fans look beyond crimes when it helps their team win a game

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his view on inappropriate behavior from NFL sports figures.

Spring is much more than warmer weather

Columnist Herb Broda discusses ways to enjoy spring with all of one's senses.



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