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Well, that went fast. From the best I can tell, the first week of December marks my one-year of joining the Enterprise. It was around this time I first started regularly traveling to Blair from … more
I never met my great-grandfather, but I feel like I know him in some way. That’s thanks to the day he sat my grandmother down and told her she could ask him anything about the war, and that … more
Melatonin is a very interesting molecule that was first isolated in 1958 by an American physician. Melatonin is an ancient molecule that has been retained throughout the evolution of all life. Its … more
During the last week of October, I packed up my camper and headed to the Black Hills for a few days. Various activities and family events had kept me busy through September so I was eager to hit the … more
Remember when I wrote in one of my first columns here that I'm excited to learn about the area so I can show it off to visitors? Well, I may have bitten off more than I can chew. I was informed … more
The common earthworm is a segmented annelid worm with a mouth at one end and an anus at the other end.  They lack a skeleton and are typically only a few inches in length. They are found … more
Black pepper is the world's most traded spice, and is one of the most common spices added to cuisines around the world. Black pepper is native to the Malabar Coast of India. It is produced by a … more
So, this is my first column. Not just since I’ve started a new job here as a reporter, but ever. I guess I should probably make it count. As a reporter and a writer, I can tell you your life … more
Queen Elizabeth II died on Sept. 8. She was a monarch, “a person who reigns over a kingdom or empire; a king or queen; one who holds preeminent position and power.” She ruled over the … more
This summer I have been traveling less and enjoying my yard and gardens more. In the spring, I planted a new native perennial garden and I have enjoyed watching it take shape and grow.  As I … more
It's time to go to war with my cat. Nearly two years ago, I took my then-skinny calico, Annie, off the streets. She lost her previous home in a fire and the owners never came back for her, so she … more
Who here needs a pep talk?  Everyone is doing the best they can. There’s so much to deal with in life and gas prices can be the least of troubles for many.  I, like many people, … more
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