- Timing keyfor wheatfertilizer It won't be long until the snow starts melting off, and things will start greening up again. For those who raise wheat, applying nitrogen is one of the first agronomic activities of the year. In fact, some people get a little antsy and put fertilizer
- LOCAL BRIEFS ELKHART Upcoming Third House series announced The Third House series of meetings in Elkhart with state lawmakers has begun for 2014. Coffee and chairs are promised to the first 60 people in the door, organizers said, and people wanting to stand in th
- Briefly: Feb. 6, 2014 Upcoming events in the Goshen area.
- Healthy potatoes can stretch a family’s food dollar This winter has been a great time to cook and bake. When it was really cold we were preparing great comfort food on the stove and in the oven.
- WHOLE FAMILY: Take a second to stop and hear the roses There's a reason -- or two or five -- I like mornings. Mornings are fresh with promise. They're calm. They dial up slowly, like someone's gently turning a dimmer switch from twilight to bright. And mornings, most times, are quiet. Quiet. It's delici
- SHADES OF GREEN: Be like Pete — stand by what you think is right Pete Seeger died on Tuesday. He was a mentor of mine.
- NOT THAT YOU ASKED, BUT ...: Big Game, big bucks — so goooo, Broncos? Maybe A trip to the grocery store this week showed lots of empty spaces in the chips aisle. Hmm, could that be because of the crazy weather and bad roads we've had or was it because the Big Game is Sunday? The Big Game -- the Super Bowl -- has become more
- GLOBAL FAITHS: Sikh Gurdwaras function like a Christian congregation This column presented a report in March of 2013 on the beginning and development of Sikhism, a faith community founded in 1499 in Punjabi, India, by a religious leader called Guru Nanak. It is a monotheist religion that rejects both Hinduism and Islam. It had a succession of nine gurus after Nanak himself, one of whom started the practice of establishing kitchens, or “langars,” to feed poor people. These langars were located in “gurdwaras,” centers of worship.
- PASTOR'S PEN: Introduce God into those cold conversations It’s cold! That’s not only the reality and the talk around town, but it’s also what I have to hear my wife say every single time we get in the car.
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