Shawn and Trina Brotherton and kids Kalina and Kindan went to see the Zoo Lights the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Happy December, everyone. It seems like we just put away our summertime chairs and picnic baskets, and now it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in MI Town — and all over the valley.
Winter-blooming indoor plants are a welcome way to take the edge off the chill and gloom of winter and many are ready to give as holiday gifts.
We’re well into the holidays, daylight is in short supply and rain comes down day after day, but if you can get out in the garden or at least the garage, you’ll be happier come spring.
One week and a day past Thanksgiving, and it’s almost time to turn the calendar to the brand new month of December.
It seems Thanksgiving is pretty quiet in Pedee. Pam Burbank went to Albany to eat an early Thanksgiving dinner with her sister and brother-in-law Kathy and Scott McKinley and mother Elsie Jones, who now lives in Albany.
Insects lurking under leaves, climbing up stems and settling into the soil of houseplants frustrate indoor gardeners to no end.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and many of us in MI Town are planning celebrations with family and friends from near and far.
It was another good year for the Pedee Women’s Club holiday fair.
Alex Russell celebrated his 11th birthday for three whole days.
We celebrated Veterans Day with a very special and tasty breakfast at the Monmouth Senior Center on Saturday morning.
It’s definitely November in MI Town — with Miss Autumn packing up her bags and getting ready to go away for several months.
From the roses of “Romeo and Juliet” to the lilies of “The Winter’s Tale,” William Shakespeare mentioned plants 200 times in his plays and sonnets.
How quickly the days fly by — we’ve turned another page on the calendar and it’s already November.
Wisteria delivers a beautiful spring display, but this vigorous vine needs plenty of pruning to keep it from swallowing the garden.