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July 14, 2024

Be good to bees

The weather is warm, flowers are blooming and the buzz around the county is coming from bees that have been collecting nectar and pollen all spring to make honey.

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The long road for female veterans Doing the tough jobs, but still a long way to go

Since World War II, women have served their country in times of war. And yet according to local veterans, the United States still has a long way to go when it comes to recognizing women in the military.

ON STAGE

When I watch a really great stage production, I’m usually caught

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Lincoln at the movies

Earth day gives locals cause to celebrate

The first Earth Day took place on April 22, 1970. It was the brainchild of a Wisconsin senator named Gaylord Nelson inspired both by the impacts of a 1969 oil spill off Santa Barbara, California, and by the potency of the student anti-war movement.

THE FISHING REPORT

Is there anything more priceless than seeing a kids face when he

RELISH THE THOUGHT

It seems backwards that summer is the time of year to preserve.

ASK DR. SHIROKO

Chronic sinusitis is a problem that seems to perpetuate itself.

FIREWORKS, PARADES & PARTIES July 3-7 celebrations about to blast off

A chorus of oohs and aahs will be heard throughout the county and beyond come Fourth of July, when the nighttime sky becomes the backdrop for striking displays of bright, colorful lights. And while the fireworks shows may serve as the grand finale of the holiday, many area celebrations are about more than just the pyrotechnics.
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