During a rainier-than-usual winter and spring, moss eagerly invaded lawns and made itself at home.
Poets and song writers have extolled the wonders of Paris in the springtime for generations now, and sipping champagne from a café located within the Eiffel Tower is something never to be forgotten.
Steve and Audrey Cameron visited son James’ house in Milwaukie and attended granddaughter Eliana’s school program.
No matter how muddy the spring, it’s time to slip on your boots and gloves and take care of blackberries and raspberries.
How’s that spring cleaning going?
Easter is coming.
It would be nice to say, “Hang a birdhouse and they will come,” but attracting wild birds to nest in your yard isn’t quite so easy.
We turned the calendar page to the month of April last Saturday and everyone has high hopes that we will indeed not see many April showers — as the old song promised — but more sunny and blue-sky days.
Learning to recognize 400,000 species of plants is more than daunting; it’s impossible. But making a start by learning how to identify family characteristics can help you manage a healthier garden.
You can tell that it’s springtime in Oregon because the rain feels warmer.
April 22 is Kings Valley’s annual school dinner and auction put on by the Parent Teacher Organization.
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.