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What's the difference between mashed potatoes and pea soup? Anybody can mash potatoes. UG! Ya, I know, that one is a distasteful groaner, but HEY, it's food related, so this week we talk tators. Today, the potato is one of the world's most important crops and our community is so fortunate to have...
When evaluating a field for a producer the NRCS conservationist will look at a variety of resource concerns.  SWAPA+H+E is the acronym the agency uses to identify the resources. SWAPA+H+E stands for Soil, Water, Air, Plants, Animals, Human considerations and Energy.  All of the resources interact...
Someone said that it has snowed on the robin’s back three times so spring is really here and summer is right around the corner.  Have you ever heard that saying? We are hoping it is true. Several were invited and enjoyed Elegant Dining, lemon bars were the snack for the Coffee Social with Marketing...
Starting January 1, 2018 all property line adjustments and administrative splits will require a signoff from the zoning authority prior to recording. Beginning on June 1, 2019 all of the land splits and adjustments will require a land survey as a part of the application.  Property splits and...
The snow is going and the nights are getting warmer. Spring is here and soon the snow will be all gone.  Griff’s donated pizza, Resident’s got together for the March Resident Council meeting and Lemon pie was the treat,  Barb popped popcorn for all,  DC & Hawk and Gary Gylsen were here with...
Why did the tomato blush? Because he saw the salad dressing. Well I suppose now you know this week's topic is about tomatoes. Ha.  During colonial times, the tomato was considered poisonous. British colonists arrived in America before the tomato gained common usage in their homeland. Folklore had...
The Energy Assistance Program (EAP) helps pay home heating costs and furnace repairs for income-qualified households.  EAP is federally funded through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  Grants are available for renters or homeowners, with household income at or below 50 percent of...
Snow, Snow go away!!!!  It’s getting warmer and staying light later in the evenings.  Spring and Easter will soon be here and we can enjoy getting out and about!!! We have been so busy and the time is going very fast.  Judy was up for nail care, we got together to “Get to know Dr. Allen” and had...
It is starting to feel as if winter will never end!  If you are feeling depressed, bored and frustrated try a few of these tips.  1. Make your environment brighter. Opening blinds and curtains and sitting closer to windows can help provide an extra dose of sunshine. 2. Eat smarter. Eating healthy...
It's only March but I'm chomping at the bit to plant the garden. One of my favorite things from the garden are peppers. Whether raw or cooked, I just can't get enough when they come from our own soil. Botanically speaking, bell peppers are fruits; however, they are considered vegetables in culinary...

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