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Tom and Tara Suplizio

It could be food allergies causing your pet to scratch, lick

Nothing bothers a pet owner more than a cat or dog that is constantly scratching, licking and shaking its head. In fact, skin problems are the No. 1 reason owners seek veterinary care. Many ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 10, 2015

Happy Mother’s Day! I celebrate 30 years as a mother this year and, looking back over the years, I realize there are regrets and realizations, and apologies for things I could have done ...


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Erin McIntyre

It’s better to thin garden than leave it alone

One of the hardest things about gardening, for me, is forcing myself to decide what stays or goes. Sometimes Mother Nature does it for me, and I’m grateful. But other times, I have to ...


Gary McCallister

Science? That’s pretty simple. Marriage? Far more complex

The problem with complex stuff is the complexity. That’s the part I always hated about science. If something is simple enough, I get it. If it is too complicated, I tend to get a peanut ...


Steve Beauregard

See Dick write a kid’s book — and make a ton of money

Want to get rich? Just write a successful children’s book. Then you can become incredibly wealthy and famous and do what celebrities do, such as develop a drug habit while changing your ...


Rock Cesario

Summer Tunes: Which songs are on your summer playlist?

This week on the Today show they talked about what might be this year’s summer song. They cited a survey that had shown 85 percent of the time the specific year’s summer song is ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 3, 2015

According to theplate.nationalgeographic.com, pancakes have been around for eons. “The ancient Greeks and Romans ate pancakes, sweetened with honey and the Elizabethans ate them ...


Dennis Hill

Some ways to get rid of the grasshoppers

We have a huge flush of young grasshoppers in our yard. What can we do to control these guys, while going easy on the ladybugs? — Chip You’re smart to start working on controlling ...


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Erin McIntyre

It’s Spring! (and that means it’s time to work)

Every spring, this happens to me. I wait all winter for some tiny smidgen of green, so desperate to garden that I re-grow onions and lettuce from the scraps leftover from salad. Then, BOOM! ...


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Gary McCallister

Guardian angel must be imbecile;
 reckless bugman lucky to be alive

I have decided my guardian angel is an imbecile. Oh, I am still alive and all that, but I don’t think the angel should get a lot of credit. Seeing me through a long series of near misses ...


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