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I’ve been to the grocery store a couple of times since social distancing has been implemented and I have definitely noticed grocery carts packed to the brim. Stocking up on enough groceries to … more
Movies, along with everything else in the world, have taken a back seat at the moment. With blockbuster film after blockbuster film continuing to be delayed and pushed back, there are a few films … more
I can’t tell you how much I wish I could bring myself to write about anything besides COVID-19. But, when something like this pandemic grasps the world as it has, it’s consumed all of us and our … more
Editor’s note: This is the first column in a series of two. The second will publish in Friday's Enterprise. On a recent Saturday, Alfie and I had just returned from a late day hike at Black-Elk … more
With schools across the country closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, teachers are still finding ways to educate their students, including in Washington County. Arlington Public Schools and … more
Current events have crushed our weekend plans, kept nights out to a minimum and put a temporary stop to some of our favorite pastimes. So, with social distancing in affect, how are you making the … more
The last few weeks of been surreal for all of us — more coronavirus outbreaks across the nation every day, and more and more restrictions put on the population almost by the hour. All of our lives … more
The Asian arowana is a freshwater fish distributed geographically across Southwest Asia. There are several varieties of this fish in the wild that some consider as one species, while others … more
I will start my story from the time we left for our long-planned trip to drive to Phoenix and stay for two weeks, as we have done the past few years. Both of our mothers were in Carter Place, and … more
Dear editor, With the arrival of government “relief checks” coming soon, it’s important to support our local businesses. The purpose of these checks is to help stimulate our economy. As a … more
Over the decades, TVs have changed. From tiny tubes in black and white to flat screen, wall mounted 60 inches or larger. Over the decades, what we've watched on TV has changed. From westerns, to MTV … more
Dear Editor, We are writing for three reasons. The first is in response to Mary J. French’s letter to the editor in the March 24 issue of the Pilot-Tribune. The second is that we are not the … more
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