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A $5,000 grant from Roundup for Safety will help senior citizens living in mobile homes make repairs they couldn’t otherwise do themselves.
I never thought I would miss the sound of my little mini-pinscher’s toenails tik-tik-tikkying across the hardwood floor.
The simplicity and elegance of bonsai arrangements convey serenity, artistic appreciation, and a long view of time.
A survey by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation finds Americans don’t possess history knowledge needed to be informed and engaged citizens.
If you are feeling a touch of the blues, hang a well-stocked bird feeder in winter for a bit of theater.
Don’t wait until your mind is foggy or your time is close. Estate planning ahead of time is extremely important for you and your loved ones.
By CHUCK PARRETT, retired USGS Hydrologist You’ve undoubtedly heard some of the jokes about Montana winters, such as: “Yes, Montana has four seasons—almost winter,
I think there should be, for everyone between the ages of 70 and 75, a gong that sounds the warning, “This is the Dawning of the Age of Vicarious.”
When we bought our house in Sandpoint, Idaho in 2002, there were no moose, and there were a lot of tulips. People who lived outside of town had to build fences to protect their gardens, but not us. We had bugs and slugs. That was it. Moose lived out in the woods where moose belonged, and we rarely spotted them.That changed one snowy morning.