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Like toys coming to life, a clownfish trying to return home or a hot-shot Lightning McQueen learning about winning beyond the racetrack, it’s that time of the year again for Disney’s Pixar to tug at our heartstrings in “Soul.” more
Books have the ability to transport us in time, place and even to alternate universes. Do you prefer escaping through fiction or nonfiction? Editor Leeanna Ellis and Assistant Editor and Elizabeth Elliott debate.  more
It’s that time of year again and what a year it has been. The time of year where we look back on all that has happened, obstacles we have overcome, relationships that have flourished, and opportunities that led to happiness and success. The time of year where we look forward to what this next year may bring. more
You may be thinking, 4-H? I do not live in the country or know anything about livestock. Wouldn’t that mean I would be involved at the county fair? more
We've been planning our upcoming People, Places and Progress of Washington County, published Feb. 26 in the Arlington Citizen and Washington County Enterprise since November. The staff of Enterprise Media Group spend months planning, interviewing, photographing and selling for this one issue. more
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless and poisonous gas that can be deadly to humans in high doses and can cause brain injuries in lower exposures. It is produced by the combustion of carbon, or organic fuels, in a limited oxygen supply, as in the cylinders of an internal combustion engine. The smoke from burning coal or wood and from tobacco also contains this gas. more
What is one new thing you will do in 2021? Will you try skydiving for the first time? Will you climb a mountain? Perhaps it is doing something closer to home. Managing Editor Leeanna Ellis and Assistant Editor Elizabeth Elliott share their new thing for the new year.  more
Driving around Blair and surrounding areas, one of the most common decorations I've seen aside from lights are Santa Claus images. They're all different. Some Santas have jollier bellies, others are more cartoonish. Sometimes I wish it was still kosher to send Santa a wish list. more
As the calendar has now flipped to December, many are setting their sights on the Christmas holiday. While there are many ways to get in the spirit, two popular traditions are Christmas light tours and watching holiday movies. Is one of these traditions “better” than the other? more
Recently, I returned home after from spending the better part of two weeks in Wyoming and Colorado. I had been planning this trip for several months. I also had a pass to visit Yosemite National … more
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