DHS Class of 1996
Pet owners seeking remedies or prevention techniques have several good choices
Summer has officially arrived and the Oregon Department of Agriculture is offering advice to pet owners who can take several steps themselves in providing relief from fleas.
How quickly these summer days fly by; the flowers are blooming everywhere and our backyard gardens are beginning to really put on a show, with the promise of fresh fruits and vegetables just ready to be enjoyed.
“Deep Sea Discovery — God is With Me Wherever I Go!” is the theme of this summer’s Vacation Bible School (VBS) at Pedee Church.
MILITARY HONORS, June 29
We’re knee deep in summer, with high school and college graduations in the rearview mirror.
The Luckiamute Valley Charter School in Pedee graduated 15 students from the eighth grade this year.
What was once only a gleam in the eyes of those who wished for a much-needed expansion of the Monmouth Senior Center, is now becoming a reality.
Ted Jones’ sister, Bernadine Edwards, died on May 29.
Today is the first day of the brand-spanking-new month of June — and thoughts quickly turn to high school and college graduations, sunny days, evenings on the deck after a busy day, baseball games, concerts and movies in MI Town’s parks, farmers markets, vacations and a bright ribbon of summertime almost within reach.
Since I was at a meeting in The Dalles and didn’t report last week, I wanted to be sure to mention that Mahayla Benoit celebrated her sixth birthday with her mother Lana and other family members at grandmother Sheri Tilden’s house a week ago.
Births for May 25
The Independence Downtown Association hosted the very first Home-Based Business Fair on Friday at the Independence Elks Lodge — and it was a great opportunity to meet and greet folks in MI Town and nearby areas who have put their creative and inventive ideas to very good use.
Matt McCammon graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy OCS program on May 4, receiving his commission as ensign.
The nice thing about Mother’s Day is that everyone does what they want — no turkey or ham to cook, no real expectations.