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We have a White-tailed deer problem. They will eat almost everything we plant in our gardens. more
One way or another, food has seemed to dominate the past few weeks. more
Bill Worden, the local television anchorman for generations of WKTV viewers, died last week. He was 80 years old. more

One of the biggest factors affecting the health of plants in your garden is the pH of the soil, which is a measure of acidity. more
The new “Scream VI” provides all the thrills, chills and kills you’d likely expect from this franchise, while failing to bring anything particularly new or interesting to the series. more
For many of us, alcohol was available in our homes for most of our lives. People drank alcohol for family gatherings, holidays, and happy events. more
St. Patrick’s Day is one that is celebrated by everybody from the O’Haras to the O’thellos. Everyone wears the green. I am part Irish — as we used to say. more
As far away as it seems, as winter’s cold continues to linger, spring will eventually arrive. Early robins will usher the change and flocks of Canada geese noisily moving northward. more
When Route 12 takes you through the historic village of Waterville, a glance at the almost perfectly preserved 19th-century Main Street is a must. more
Life has never been better than the day I got to fly in an F-106, an airplane called the “ultimate supersonic fighter interceptor.” more
My heart rate increased. I began to sweat. A tremble went through my body, followed by dizziness. Tears swelled up. Yes, there it was, or maybe not, a spider. more
One evening, when I was in my early twenties, I was having dinner with my grandma, and I was curious about her life as a mother. more
The Creed franchise comes to a potentially satisfying conclusion with “Creed III,” another boxing movie with heart and a successful directorial debut for star Michael B. Jordan. more
Back in college (about 60 years ago), I was taking a course in how to be an instructor of driver’s education. It seemed like a good extra to add to my resume. more
Fungus gnats can be a problem with houseplants or plants that were outdoors but brought inside for the winter. These insects are obnoxious, small flies that infest soil or potting mix. more
One day I was walking the bare pavement of the canal trail and the next I was putting cleats on my boots just to retrieve my trash and recycling bins after mixed precipitation left a crusty layer … more
A Johnnie Ray song came on the radio the other day. Johnnie Ray songs never come on the radio. more
The Utica Section, National Council of Jewish Women was an active organization in the first half of the 20th century in Utica. more
“Return to the Lord your God, who is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, abounding in steadfast love, and relenting from punishment.” (Joel 2:13) more
The winter Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period ends on March 31. Many people forget that the fall Open Enrollment Period is not the only time you can make some changes. more
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