Week of sharing and visiting
Those extra minutes of brightness at the beginning and end of the day help us to realize that springtime will be here almost before we know it.
A Pedee Women’s Club will offer classes at the clubhouse for the community as well as others one day a month and will start on Wednesday, Feb. 25, at 1 p.m., with a very beginning quilting class.
MI Town is decked out in shades of red to celebrate a bright and cheerful day in the midst of the dark wintry season.
Whatever the case may be, we’ve sure had a wonderful break in the usual winter doldrums and many opportunities to think about the days to come.
Betty Forry celebrated turning 102 on Jan. 19 — Martin Luther King Day.
The calendar shows that we’re closing in on the end of January, but the blue skies and moderate temperatures — at press time at least — are more in line with March or April.
Longtime community member Sam Guida passed away on Thursday morning.
Flu season is upon us. Be sure your family is immunized and protected.
We’re definitely into winter in MI Town and it seems like springtime is a distant future dream.
The Polk County Saddle-ites started off the New Year with a wet trail ride on Jan. 3.
We celebrated the end of 2014 watching two Central High graduates — and outstanding football players — in postseason college bowl games.
Betty Forry was delighted to celebrate her 101st Christmas.