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Analyzing The Causes Of Depression

June 26, 2016 I caught part of an interview with a psychiatrist. The radio talk show subject matter was on depression. He answered questions on the subject of depression from the interviewer and call-ins. more »»

The Final Out

June 26, 2016 In 1967, at 14 years old, trying to stay out of trouble on local corners and being a big baseball fan, I heard about a 13-15 year old City Rec Baseball program starting in Jamestown that was looking... more »»

Dairy Month History — The Industry And Personally

June 26, 2016 Before I could write about June being Dairy Month I had to find out about its history. The information that I provide here came from the site of the International Dairy Food Association. more »»

Ben And Martha: A Love Story

June 26, 2016 On a little lakeside street in Lakewood, where the trees stand six stories tall and the play of light in the shadow branches dances on the pavement, is where my great-grandfather built a summer... more »»

Turning Blue Over Wireless

June 25, 2016 There’s a tree at the park in Lakewood that I kind of love. It’s old — I think I remember it from when I was a little girl. more »»

Happy National (Insert Celebration) Day

June 25, 2016 It seems every time I turn around it’s a special day or week or month commemorating something. At the end of April, there were three such days, and I missed hearing about them all until May. more »»

Through Knowing Eyes

June 23, 2016 Yesterday’s paper included a front-page article featuring an interview I had with one of our area’s most prolific musicians: “Bumpy” Peterson. more »»

Half-Drunk At 2 A.M., How Good Are You?

June 22, 2016 In the wake of the horrific slaughter at an Orlando, Fla., night club, we are again hearing, “If one good man with a gun had been there, the result would have been different.” Yes. I agree. Different. more »»

Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: A Story Of Children’s Books, Worry And A Dad With Good Timing

June 22, 2016 Have you ever read the story, “Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” by Judith Viorst? It was one of the most well-liked books in one of my elementary school classes. more »»

Keeping The Vigil

June 19, 2016 On a cool and cloudy day this week, my mother passed away. We were treed in by now — the flickering leaves finding their essential green, almost summer, the air fair and soft. more »»

Keeping The Vigil

June 19, 2016 On a cool and cloudy day this week, my mother passed away. We were treed in by now — the flickering leaves finding their essential green, almost summer, the air fair and soft. more »»

Celebrating Father’s Day

June 19, 2016 Many men in many fields have had the distinction of being honored as the Father of one area or another, or one accomplishment or another, some we remember easily as a result of our educations, and... more »»

How About Some Rhubarb?

June 19, 2016 My whole family likes rhubarb, but some of us like it better than others. I finally made that sauce with orange juice (in my second cookbook). It was as delicious as I remembere. more »»

Editor's Note

June 18, 2016 To me, Father’s Day weekend was always synonymous with school letting out and warm weather pushing us full steam ahead into my favorite season. more »»

The Tree Guys

June 18, 2016 You may have already met the tree guys somewhere, hanging out having a beer or even hanging upside down from a tree in your yard. more »»

My Grandfather, My Friend

June 16, 2016 Today marks the 10th anniversary of my maternal grandfather’s deat. more »»

Ali Enlightened Me On Vietnam

June 15, 2016 I like to say it was older fellow college students who changed my mind about the Vietnam War. But Muhammad Ali crystallized things. The older students opened my eyes, tru. more »»

We Are One Nation

June 15, 2016 I’ve written to you often about my faith, my family and over time, I have unraveled some tales of my life. more »»

Moments That Lift Our Sprits

June 12, 2016 Sometimes I get inspired to write on a subject matter that I’ve written before. Do I dare write on the subject in mind again? Yes. The inspiration is rooted to emphasize a point. more »»

The Ache Of Memory

June 12, 2016 DERRY, N.H. — As a literature professor and English teacher for most of my working life, and a lover of books since I could read, I have always been interested in writers and where they lived. more »»

 
 
 

 

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