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I have finally thrown in the towel with this younger generation. Decided all’s lost. The latest piece of news is they don’t want to learn… Continue reading
Diane Somers sees a lot of variety throughout her eight-hour days at the Peninsula Clarion. She is the first face you see when you walk… Continue reading
Keep your heart with all diligence, for out of it spring the issues of life. — Proverbs 4:23 NKJV I didn’t think too much about… Continue reading
In his 76 years of rough-and-tumble living, Halibut Cove writer Mike Gordon has come to be known as “Mountain Mike” for his alpine adventures. Another… Continue reading
Monkey bars, carrot raisin oatmeal cookies, lemon sugar cookies, salted peanut peanut butter bars
Kat Sorensen has worn many hats over the years, from lacrosse helmets to hairnets, but the reporter’s cap is one that fits her better than… Continue reading
Recipes for spinach salad, apple streusel cobbler, halibut fingers
Performs at 7 p.m. May 3 and 4 at the Mariner Theatre in Homer.
The parts of the brain associated with long-term planning are the last to mature.
Remember when you never needed to look at the expiration date on milk to know that it was bad? Opening it up and taking one… Continue reading
“Knocking on Heaven’s Door” opened April 5 in the Pioneer Hall Commons gallery at Kachemak Bay Campus.
This week’s recipes: green chili chicken noodle soup, chicken Kiev, cinnamon rolls
Certain testosterone-infused feral critters strut around our acreage like Wild Bill Hickok
Two men walked slowly along the dusty road to Emmaus. Heavy hearts matched heavy feet as they plodded on. Jerusalem faded in the distance but… Continue reading
Clam fritters, Easter bunny bread pudding, lemon hard sauce, hamburger stroganoff
Understanding sheep will help us understand ourselves.
“Shazam!” is a lot of fun, with a bit of a goofy tone and lots of cute little moments
Growing up in the 1940s and 1950s On a farm in Northern Colorado Easter dinner was always planned at least two weeks ahead of time… Continue reading
‘Whenever I would think of something or mention it to my children I would jot it down’
What stopped him were carelessness and a good streak at cards