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Scrambled

Scrambled

Dear Editor: I wonder if the left is starting to panic? Seems that millions are losing their health insurance and losing access to their doctors and hospitals. Could it possibly…

Four talented local authors donate books to the library

By Carole Howard PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff Local author Judith Horky’s third book, “Ageless! Never Too Old, Never Too Late,” is a forthright and inspiring look at what…

Ski Happy: Know the responsibility code

By Kimberlee Hutcherson SUN Columnist One ski season, I was out on the mountain with a group of students. These particular students were quite proficient on their skis and enjoyed…

Cookies make a perfect holiday indulgence

The holiday season is known for many things, not the least of which is all those special treats that find their way onto holiday tables each year. Though moderation should…

Multi-use

Multi-use

Dear Editor: Since the pavilion multi-use project is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), it will be built with donations and grants and profits will go to sports scholarships for kids. In summer,…

Birthday-Catchpole

Birthday-Catchpole

Follow these topics: Celebrations, Lifestyle…

Obituary-Lonnie Lee Baughman

Obituary-Lonnie Lee Baughman

Lonnie Lee Baughman, son of Leo William Baughman and Lucille Jeanette (Hembry) Baughman, was born June 24, 1956, in Leon, Iowa, and passed from this life Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013,…

Holly and mistletoe are symbols of Christmas

“Oh, by gosh, by golly it’s time for mistletoe and holly. Tasty pheasants, Christmas presents, countrysides covered in snow.” As exemplified by this holiday hit by Henry Sanicola, Frank Sinatra…

Caucus

Caucus

Dear Editor: Your Precinct Caucus will be held 4 March 2014 at 7 p.m.  The Caucus starts at 7 pm — you should plan to show up, check in, get…

Old enough

Old enough

Dear Editor: In response to the letter from Camille Cazedessus (SUN Dec. 5), I would like to add the following: Juveniles at the age of 17 can join the military…