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Steve Beauregard

A poker game, a story and a glass that’s always half-full

My daughter is drinking grape juice out of my special cocktail glass. It’s the one I stole from the Bellagio casino, although let’s not get hung up on the word “stole.” ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 26, 2017

An ode to Kmart. My dear friend … we go way back. We met in the summer of 1980. I was new in town and lived a few blocks away. I had just started my new job in The Daily Sentinel ...

Charlé Thibodeau

Winter teaches harsh lesson about beekeeping

I lost my beehive this winter. As a novice beekeeper with only one season under my belt, the tragedy was painful. I was saddened by my lack of knowledge to better protect them while realizing ...

Steve Beauregard

Move into 
a tiny house? Small chance

It’s easy to look ahead a couple hundred years and imagine the things future generations will ridicule about life here in 2017: “People paid money to have Chinese symbols inked ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 19, 2017

This Your Town column was originally published on June 28, 2009. The message still rings true today. I’m running it again to accompany the first meeting notice today and, because its ...

Steve Beauregard

Just try to say no

I met my dealer in the grocery store parking lot. Looking around nervously, I approached slowly, with the anxious, needy demeanor only a fellow addict would recognize. They asked me what I ...

Charlé Thibodeau

How a visitor became a new family member

What do you do when a young cat shows up at your doorstep on a cold winter night? Arriving home after dark the other evening, I heard a curious series of ‘meows’ penetrating the ...

Gary McCallister

Always trying to shed some light on a dark subject

Well, now we’re finally getting somewhere. Science has verified, as much as it ever does, that there is such a thing as “dark energy.” This is important because apparently I ...

Erin McIntyre

It’s a great time to get growing season started with hardy vegetables

The wait is over. Spring is nearly here (officially) and it’s the perfect time to plant hardy vegetables that prefer cooler temperatures. My general rule is that when the tulips emerge, ...

Dennis Hill

Not all mildew is created equal

My neighbor behind our house has many mature shrubs and bushes which have mildew in the late summer and fall. Now I notice that a few of my shrubs that border her yard are getting a little bit ...

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