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Bee happy with honey

There’s something about bees — honey bees. They have interested, intrigued, captivated and seduced me. Their orderly ways and industrious endeavors not only sweeten our world, but also pollinate our produce. More than 80 percent of our food crops depend on honey bees to pollinate them. Without bees, our fruit, nut and vegetable supply is endangered.

Wine makes for a divine celebration

“There is no party without wine.”

Letters to the Editor: September 16, 2015

White is right on cop bill

Letters to the Editor: September 9, 2015

White playing with laws

Celebrating the beginning of the Jewish New Year

The 18 mismatched chairs are in place. A brisket the size of Kansas has been sliced, and awaits attack.

Back-to-school recipes for the kids

We may live without poetry, music and art; 

Taking a look at a new generation of back-to-school

To my everlasting shame, I cried on my first day of kindergarten.

Op-Ed: Education funding should be a priority in state budget

Two months ago, Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a reasonable, on-time budget that funded programs for those in need and for our schools.

Macaroni salads for Labor Day

Harry Potter’s professor, Severus Snape, conjured up complex concoctions using a full array of herbs. But you may not want to find these on your plate next to your peas. No need to take Potent Potions 101 at Hogwarts because it’s not magic to use herbs such as parsley, sage, rosemary, chives, basil and thyme to make delicious dishes in your kitchen. In summer, these fresh herbs can grow right in our gardens.

Letters to the Editor: September 2, 2015

Keep jobs in the U.S.