Ask experienced gardeners what makes their garden grow and they’ll come up with the same response: great soil.
Our local elementary, middle and high school students will be taking a break from classes and other school responsibilities next week, so families can enjoy time at the beach or just a few days catching up on sleep or hanging out with friends.
Daniel Russell traveled to Moravian Falls, N.C., to spend a week with longtime friend David Hofshi and family. The Hofshis are converting a barn into a beautiful home and are also working to find the best crops to grow on their organic farm.
The calendar tells us that today is the Ides of March.
Consider yourself warned — a few days in advance, however — but whether you love it, hate it, or just plain tolerate it, daylight saving time will be upon us this coming weekend.
On Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25, Alex Russell played his mandolin in his first public performance with Pedee’s newly formed folk and bluegrass band, Chipgrass, which played at the Kings Crossing Saturday Market.
Today we turn the calendar to the brand, spanking new month of March.
The Pedee Women’s Club has gotten off to a good start on their next raffle quilt to support their soldier’s fund.
Steve and Audrey Cameron celebrated the family's February birthdays with a "birthday weekend" with their children and grandchildren.
Even though Cupid packed up his bow and arrow and has left town for another year, I’d like to send belated Valentine’s Day greetings and a big helping of gratitude to those who help make living in MI Town extra special, all year long.
Kevin and Karen Porter drove to San Francisco the weekend of Jan. 21 to pick up two friends visiting from Australia, Fiona Cockerell and her 15-year-old daughter, Kaitlynn.
Punxsutawney Phil was comfortably sleeping in his warm den Thursday (Groundhog Day), when he was taken out and thrust into the freezing Pennsylvania morning.
Pedee firefighters Nic Heller and Ethan McKinney were sworn in for the Pedee Fire Station 70 at a promotion and swearing in ceremony for the Polk Fire District No. 1 on Feb. 1 at Central High School.
For all of us who have been swapping January ice and snow stories and are so tired of the wet wool smell in coat closets and boots in the hallway, today marks the beginning of the brand new, bright and shiny month of February.
Alan and Tami Shifley’s daughter, Amy, was on the dean’s list at George Fox University in Newberg for the fall 2016 semester.