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Dennis Hill

Xeriscaping principles emphasize designing your landscape first

We’re putting in a new yard and are thinking about adding something that would save water. It seems like I’m hearing different recommendations from everyone, and I’m getting ...


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Erin McIntyre

It’s not weird to take own mug to coffee shop

I’m simultaneously proud, surprised and horrified by this Zero Waste Challenge. Let me explain. Our two-person household embarked on the challenge on 
March 1 to reduce our ...


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Charlé Thibodeau

Laminitis can be a result of poor metabolic support

It has been over a week since I wrote about brushing my horse’s shedding coat, and I am still spitting horse hair out of my mouth every evening. With as much hair as I have curried off ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 22, 2015

We are in the thick of the National Collegiate Athletic Association March Madness basketball frenzy and you can’t help but hear the nonstop talk of crazy buzzer-beaters, teams advancing ...


Gary McCallister

You’ll dye for these Easter egg experiments

I don’t understand what periwinkle blue is. My daughter-in-law is trying to teach me. Although she is an excellent teacher, as evidenced by my intelligent grandchildren, either this is a ...


Steve Beauregard

Somewhere in these basketball brackets, there’s 
a biology lesson

We all recall a special, caring, dedicated teacher who inspired us. For me, it was my seventh-grade biology teacher, Mr. Reeder, who helped nurture and cultivate my interest in a subject. The ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 15, 2015

With so much going on this month, it’s a bit difficult squeezing all this good news in the allotted space. Too much of a good thing really is a good thing. ■ The Grand Valley ...


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Erin McIntyre

Under clutter

Deniece Schofield wasn’t born organized. She had to work at it for decades and she’s still working on it. Before professional organizing was an industry, before magazines had ...


Dennis Hill

Right now is great time to separate overgrown lilies

When is a good time to divide lilies? How far apart do I want them? I think mine were planted too close together as they have gotten crowded quickly! — Phyllis The answer to your ...


Gary McCallister

Unraveling the mystery of tangled hair

Irecently learned of a complicated and pressing     issue that science may be beginning to unravel. Which type of hair tangles more easily — straight or curly? I was actually ...


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