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Eventually it happens to all of us. She feels sluggish. The pep she once exhibited is long gone. Lately, you have started to hear a sputtering sound. You decide it is time for a check-up. A friend … more
The deadline to complete your 2020 Census is less than 30 days away. To assist you the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello has two dates coming up where the Census will come to you - … more
After a crazy spring season that saw demand for vegetable and bedding plants soar, Bonnie plant company breaks ground on new headquarters. Bonnie Plants which has called Union Springs, Alabama, … more
I got a note on my cell phone from my friend John Chai in Syracuse. It was about what I thought was a service he was having, and I got very alarmed because I thought his wife, Sandy must have … more
Especially around this time of year, I rely heavily on my crockpot for easy summer dishes. My slow cooker really shines in the hot summer months, because you can cook dinner without heating up the … more
With the loosening of some pandemic rules many school systems are allowing students back into the classroom in some capacity. Last March many of them opted for home school rather than risk exposure … more
FALLOUT: THE HIROSHIMA COVER-UP AND THE REPORTER WHO . . . by Lesley M. M. Blume (Simon & Schuster). If you've read John Hersey's classic book on America's nuclear behavior in Japan, you mightn't … more
After reading Hudson Cooper's column “Lettuce eat” last Friday in the Democrat, I had to respond to him opining about all the vegetable varieties and how it was so much simpler years ago. … more
A PRIVATE CATHEDRAL by James Lee Burke (Simon & Schuster). The big new Dave Robicheaux crime epic (but then, more)—as always, self-contained, can be read as a stand-alone. I've been saying he gets … more
My boyfriend's aunt was nice enough to let me tag along this summer while she gave me all her best pickling recipes. We recently made crocks of dill pickles, jars of dilly beans, and most … more
If you are looking for something to do, I suggest you go to your nearest post office. There you join a line of people waiting to do many things. This includes buying $12 money orders, purchasing … more
COVID-19 has reminded us of something we already knew, that access to high speed internet is essential for all of us today. Education, economic development, and essential services all require high … more
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