With the solar eclipse on the horizon, it’s time to get prepared by stocking up on glasses, food, water, gas and patience.
George Thompson -- 90th birthday reception
As the heat ratchets up so does water use, costing homeowners money and doing no favors for the environment.
Thursday is the opening of the Polk County Fair. All summer long we’ve anticipated three special days when everything good about our communities is showcased for everyone to see and enjoy.
Shawn and Trina and kids Kalina and Kindan love to camp so they spent several days at Beverly Beach in a tent with all the dogs a few weekends ago, and then last weekend they camped by Quartzville Creek above Green Peter Dam, a remote, unimproved site.
Congratulations to Nic Heller, who passed both state and national EMT tests and received his state license this last week.
This summer’s hot weather has inspired the cook to “just say no” to standing over a hot stove on more than one evening.
It’s a simple equation: If you want to grow better plants, you first need to understand the soil.
Reception is slated for Aug. 12 at Dallas City Park
Longtime Dallas resident and teacher George Thompson Sr. is celebrating his 90th birthday with a reception on Aug. 12 at the old gazebo in Dallas City Park at 2 p.m.
If you like to prolong color in your landscapes through the summer and into the fall, consider planting evergreen shrubs called Hebes for vivid color in both flowers and foliage.
Yikes! Is anybody else wondering how quickly our wonderful summertime days and evenings are going by?
Drawing a line around the house with fire-resistant landscapes can mean the difference between a home consumed by flames and one left standing.
We’re an entire month away from the solar eclipse, but it seems like there are so many mugs, T-shirts and other items that are for sale all over the internet — and at some stores as well.
Judy Guida went to Houston, to spend time with her seven grandkids, Adrianna, AJ, Neko, Sam, Tristen, Layla, and Josie, children of John and Gina Guida.
As we settle in at the table of summer’s harvest, savvy gardeners pause long enough to consider the coming season.