Annie Dear: Where’s the ‘magic sponge’ when you need it?
The Amish Cook: The hard work and simple joys of a good garden Sandy Turner: Dog days of summer, trepidation about the fall The Amish Cook: An irritating mystery on a too-busy day Sandy Turner: The difference between being a father and a dad Annie Dear: The waiting is the worst part, almost Sandy Turner A big chore ends up with the polar plunge The Amish Cook: A family's love extends to all Annie Dear: Limping down the path of unwanted adventures Sandy Turner: I pledge allegiance to the flag Annie Dear: Takeout needs more TLC and less salt Diane Mack: Pain and struggle, but triumph at graduation Annie Dear: Name that tune? On second thought, I'll pass Missouri Prairie Foundation plant saleSign up for canoe/kayak programAmerican Legion sets Saturday open house Annie Dear: Beauty is fleeting, but hardy souls persist Diane Mack: Hard work with many kinds of rewards Annie Dear: Seasonal guests have the upper handGet the right pet, with the right fit, for the right reason kicker: Animals Best Friends Sandy Turner: I’m not old, just cheesy Diane Mack: Advocacy, persistence make a difference in one man's life Annie Dear: What's on the menu? Not nearly enough Barton Goldsmith: Tired? Burned out? Give yourself a break Sandy Turner: The jab and yellow hand towels