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A Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert wants people to better understand and appreciate our native bee pollinators. “When people see a bee in their garden, many assume it is a … more
As common, and even as popular, as chiropractic care has become, there remain a few myths floating around in the public that need to be put to rest. Times have changed as chiropractic care moves into … more
Gasoline and diesel costs are making me lament the demise of steam engines. Over a hundred years ago, steam took our ancestors all over the map, both by water and by rail. Eventually, someone – … more
It appeared in the 1950s and 1960s, Collingsworth County kids had relative free reins to go play with local neighbors in town, or if you lived outside of Wellington, it might have been a neighboring … more
Twenty-five was a big one with the out-of-this-world drama of watching (with Beth) a total solar eclipse in Casper, Wyo.! But 30 years without cancer or COVID-19 is certainly a milestone. On … more
Ramsay Hunt syndrome has been in the news this past week with Justin Bieber recently being diagnosed with the condition. If this is the first time you have heard of Ramsay Hunt syndrome, it’s … more
WELLINGTON – This Independence Day, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Watch UR BAC program, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety … more
If you really want to get rid of grassburs, go barefoot when you’re out digging them up. The ones you don’t see, you’ll step on. The other choice is arsenic. I’m thinking … more
Home gardeners should pick tomatoes sooner than later. There is a common misconception among the public and home gardeners that vine-ripened tomatoes taste better. But picking tomatoes at color … more
The U.S. data is at least reflective of reality, and it shows that recent variants of COVID-19 follow the rule of being less lethal, but (unfortunately) easier to catch. In fact, the most recent … more
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