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Dig, Drop, Done

Dig, Drop, Done

Mark Anderson, owner, Anderson's Seed and Garden     Every year I have want-to-be-better gardeners that ask me what is the easiest plant to grow in our area. While there are a lot of great answers, one stands out above all the others: fall bulbs. There...

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Five Ways to Stay Safe this Halloween

Five Ways to Stay Safe this Halloween

Wendy Larson, contributing writer      Autumn is here and the real fun begins as we enter into the holiday season! From decorating to making yummy treats, to lighting our favorite candles and watching all the movies … it is magical to create memories with...

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Add Kindness to Your List of School Supplies

Add Kindness to Your List of School Supplies

Emily Buckley, editor in chief     As I prepare my family for school each fall, one of my kids' favorite tasks is gathering fresh school supplies for the year. There is just something about a fresh box of crayons, a clean notebook, and a fun backpack that...

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Summer and Screens: Ideas for More IRL Adventures

Summer and Screens: Ideas for More IRL Adventures

Jentrie Hales,  community advocate, @techhealthyfamily     Summer equals swimming, fun in the sun, snowcones, and SCREENS. It’s fair to say that there are lots of good intentions when summer starts to make meaningful memories and spend time outside. However,...

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Tips for a Successful Wildflower Garden

Tips for a Successful Wildflower Garden

Mark Anderson owner, Anderson's Seed and Garden     Planting wildflower seed is a relatively simple task, but it is not completely easy or effortless. Like any worthwhile gardening project, the more time and effort that you are willing to invest into proper...

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Are You Seeing in 3D?

Are You Seeing in 3D?

Michael Cole, OD, Child and Family Eye Care Center     Depth perception is one aspect of vision that is tested on nearly every patient in our clinic. You might find it surprising to hear that most patients who are found to be unable to see in 3D are not...

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It’s All Right to Wonder

It’s All Right to Wonder

Frank Schofield, superintendent, Logan City School District     Did You Know? Did You Know? Did You Know That it’s All Right to Wonder? These first lines from a song debuted by Fred Rogers in 1979 pose a question that might seem unnecessary. Do we really...

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Do Dangerous Things … Carefully

Do Dangerous Things … Carefully

Phil Cowley, @philsmypharmacist, Cache Valley Pharmacy     When I was 17, I built a water balloon launcher in the back of my truck using two-inch wood dowels to mount into the truck bed. It could shoot a good block and a half, with each shot the dowels...

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Interest Rates Going UP

Interest Rates Going UP

Leticia Shifflet, executive officer, Cache Valley Association of REALTORS®     Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, real estate markets, both globally and nationally, have experienced dramatic change. Home values continue to increase as the demand for...

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2022 High School Grad Spotlights

2022 High School Grad Spotlights

Tara Bone, contributing writer      This year's graduating seniors were sophomores when COVID-19 shut down schools and upended "normal." They pushed through online school and canceled activities. When schools reopened, they juggled mask-wearing, COVID-19...

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