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The Tale of daddy goat and the two little goats

Around and about two years ago, I decided we must get two baby goats. I had seen cute videos, and our farrier's wife was selling them. Two good reasons, they are Pygmy Dwarf goats who came to us tiny...



I have never had a Guinea., never particularly aspired to have a Guinea, but a Guinea I have. Enter Henrietta into our lives! She has said her name is Henrietta, but since learning how flighty she...

 By Ann Denning    Opinion    August 12, 2020


Those words cause a person to feel slighted, irritated and sometimes surprised. The Canadian/U.S. border is now closed, except for essential travel. Essential travel is commercial products being...


Ending the year of Book Club

“Don’t knock the weather; nine-tenths of the people couldn’t start a conversation if it didn’t change once in awhile.”—Kin Hubbard. We , at the book club, are lucky to have the one-tenth that always have something to say without...

 By Ann Denning    Opinion    May 9, 2018

Letter to the Editor: Remembering Robert Lucke

I have started this article a few times in my head and then thought, what do you have to write about, you met him once?! But the idea persisted that I did have something to say. I did not get to know him the one time I met him as I was there for an...


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