This past winter was not severe but there was still some damage to plants in our landscapes. Some plants have experienced damage to the top portion ofREAD MORE
Deputies responded to Flora Ave. for a report of a dog bite shortly before 4pm on Monday, April 17. The initial call was for female with “lacerationsREAD MORE
The news came on today concerning the search of the now infamous Facebook Killer. The reporter was giving information about the man in Cleveland, OhioREAD MORE
Most gardeners are hard at it with flower beds all cleaned up, (aren’t they?, I’m sure you are) the pre-emergence weed control, Preen or somethingREAD MORE
Two weeks ago, a friend of our family gave us a bag of mushrooms. He has an old apple orchard, a prime spot for all things wild. Deer, mice, flowersREAD MORE
This historic building built in 1860 has a new lease on life. We’re merging with Day View. The building will be known as Van Crest of New Carlisle.READ MORE
The “AT HOME” columns, carried in the New Carlisle News, that are written by Connie Moore are always so very good. I have never met Connie but haveREAD MORE
According to Webster’s Dictionary there are five definitions of what it means to be transparent and the fifth describes what I am writing, ”withoutREAD MORE
When Child Abuse was presented to the youth at Tecumseh, they immediately identified with it and all the problems it makes in a family. And evenREAD MORE
Wow, I cannot believe how this series of articles on drug addicts has taken off in the jail. Here is another poem or song lyrics if one could call RapREAD MORE
Garden Journal entry for March 20, 2017= “A blasting red sky is upon the land. It is beautiful and yet bodes ill for the rest of the day. You know-redREAD MORE
The changing temperatures and cooler days that are sprinkled among the warm days, is an advantage. This gives us more time to make some of theREAD MORE
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