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Proud to be a Pioneer

Proud to be a Pioneer

It’s that time of year! Believe it or not, it’s the time of year where we begin planning for our littlest Pioneers to join the fold in the fall. Over…

What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking?

Well, we finally have power and thank God for Generators as we were able to keep warm and eat.  Now for some good recipes.  Oh, Happy St. Patrick’s Day and Erin go bragh……

Teen Dating Violence Month

By Steve Covieo, Ten 16 Recovery Network For the past decade February has been a time for us to look more intently at the issue of teen dating violence. What…

Where the money goes and tips on Board of Review appeals

Where the money goes and tips on Board of Review appeals

Soon everyone will be getting the annual “notice of assessment change” in the mail.  This is a confusing and frustrating process for many people.  Becoming familiar with the General Property…

Alcohol: How Much is too Much?

Alcohol: How Much is too Much?

According to the latest data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, nearly twenty-seven percent of people over eighteen reporting binge drinking in the past month. Binge drinking…

What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking?

There’s an Old Adage, any month that has an “R” in it is very good for seafood, so here I will do my favorite oyster stew along with several others…. OYSTER  STEW…

What is Prescription Drug Abuse?

What is Prescription Drug Abuse?

Prescription drug abuse is when someone takes a medication that was prescribed for someone else or takes their own prescription in a way not intended by a doctor or for…

Truck route ordinance, tax increases and the legislature

Truck route ordinance, tax increases and  the legislature

Since I first started providing my monthly news articles a couple years ago, there was some apprehension residents would become confused by all that was going on locally. Lets do…

January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month

January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month

Babies born with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) face a lifetime of challenges, including physical, mental, behavioral and learning disabilities. But what makes this birth defect particularly tragic is that…

New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

I believe New Year’s resolutions are worth making. Let me tell you why. First, we all need changes. Some we find very hard to admit to ourselves. I’ve heard people…

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