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Dennis Hill

Homegrown Column June 13, 2009

Just ran a simple home soil test. It shows the pH is at 7.0 but phosphorus, potassium are high and nitrogen is low. What can I do to improve the quality of my soil for better plant growth and ...


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Kathy Jordan

History Here and Now June 12, 2009

This year’s annual Historic Home and Church Tour, set for Saturday, will spotlight Juneteenth, the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the United ...


Rock Cesario

OA Rock Cesario Column June 12, 2009

If you are looking to go out and see some good music, and a lot of you are, according to what I hear in the store, then I have a pair of suggestions for you. At 5 p.m. Friday, June 12, and ...


Steve Beauregard

Steve Beauregard Column July 10, 2010

Every year there seems to be some new, trendy catch phrase that spreads across the nation like a bad intestinal virus. One year the catch phrase was “You go girl!” Another time it ...


Sherida Warner

Art of Quilting Column June 07, 2009

If it seems that contemporary and innovative quilts of landscapes and portraits grab most of the glory these days, it’s because their resemblance to fine art paintings is so ...


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Annie Payne

Annie Payne Column June 06, 2009

In the 1980s film “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” the main character, Ferris, and his friend, Cameron, have the following conversation in Cameron’s garage, while deciding on ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown Column June 06, 2009

My wife and I stopped in last Friday, and my wife asked you about our nectarine tree that did not leaf out at all this year. You informed her that you thought it was some sort of borer that ...


Rock Cesario

OA Rock Cesario Column June 05, 2009

What’s in a name? Are any of the bluegrass festivals really bluegrass? Bluegrass is defined this way by allmusic.com: “Bluegrass music grew out of traditional string band music ...


Ivy Parnasius

OA llux Column June 05, 2009

It seems someone is always coming up with a clever way to recycle, reuse and inject new life into old objects. It is very difficult to stop consuming so, instead, why not shop for items that ...


Dixie Burmeister

Dixie Burmeister Column June 03, 2009

I hadn’t planned on writing much about the tomato gardening competition between my husband, Fred, and me. However, because of a few added challenges, suspected espionage, secret plant ...


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