November 26, 2021

Local farm raises unique specialty

December 15, 2019

One lesson Bob Root has learned about elk farming in 20 years: “Don’t trust them. Don’t trust them,” he said, then laughed. “It hurts.” Elk are wild. Large — 500 to 700 pounds. And unpredictable. […]

Sisterhood of the Traveling Broom

December 8, 2019

Ruth Lewis of Homer was awe struck at the parade at the Groton Old Home Days. She hadn’t gone in years and wanted to see old friends. The summer parade was a revelation. “All of […]

Arts at Grace amping up music

December 1, 2019

Steve Stull will Grinch it up with his baritone voice at a special Arts at Grace holiday concert. The Lansing musician will both narrate and sing pieces from the Dr. Seuss 60’s classic cartoon, “How […]

Antique clocks tell a story

November 24, 2019

DRYDEN — Chap Sopp likes to look back in time when he opens up a clock face. “Look at that,” he said, pointing to the inside of a wrist watch, with swirling engraving that only […]

Family mysteries become family history

November 17, 2019

Dean Williams always assumed he was of Scottish and German descent. But when he did a DNA test, he found out he was 75 percent Norwegian. He was floored. And intrigued. “So many people are […]

Sweeney stable embraces alternative care

November 10, 2019

SUMMERHILL — Colleen Hanly-Price’s grandparents got her a pony when she was 4. That was it for her. The Solon woman has made horses an integral part of her world for much of her life. […]

Pushing her limits

November 3, 2019

Emilie Searle can’t say enough for the Boilermaker race — being among a community of wheelchair racers in the 15K event. “The Boilermaker is so great. They go out of their way to get wheelchairs […]

Changing her life, one step at a time

October 20, 2019

The 10 a.m. Monday and Wednesday water aerobics class at the YMCA changed Toni Kelly’s world. “I am not trying to be cheesy, but you guys helped save my life,” she said in a poster […]

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