Summer lunch menus (July 7 to July 11)
Summer lunch menus at Bluff and Jefferson Elementary Schools, and Generations Area Agency on Aging.
- Pianos top out at $100 A small silver butter dish sold for $90 at the June 14 auction. An Aladdin lamp caught a bid of $85 with a bedroom lamp going to $90. Two large piano baby’s topped out at $100. An oak mantle clock chimed a bid of $40. A recent cast iron bank of a pig
- Ergonomic tools can ease pains DEAR SAVVY SENIOR: Can you recommend some good ergonomic gardening gear for seniors? My 72-year-old mother loves to work in the garden, but has been plagued by various gardening injuries this year. — Looking for SolutionsDEAR LOOKING: There’s no doub
- Showboat series runs Saturdays CLINTON — The Children’s Theatre Series at the Clinton Area Showboat Theatre opened each of its shows this month and will continue to run them at noon every Saturday throughout the summer.The latest production, “A Sour Study in Lemonade,” included hi
- Volunteer millers to present program Wednesday FULTON, Ill. — The volunteer millers at de Immigrant windmill will hold a program this month featuring information on presidential rest and relaxation.Guest speaker Ronald H. Koehn will present a program called “Life’s a Breeze: Presidential Rest and
Bodensteiner to speak at Historical Society meeting
She was raised on a dairy farm near Preston, an upbringing familiar to many in the area. But Carol Bodensteiner has a special talent — writing inspired by the people, places, culture and history of the Midwest.
Gay pride parades across US draw large crowds
Gay pride parades held around the nation Sunday drew huge crowds of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and their supporters who celebrated after a year of numerous same-sex marriage victories.
- Faith offers valuable connection for Southern Dems ATLANTA (AP) — Jason Carter, former President Jimmy Carter’s grandson, stepped into the pulpit of South Columbus United Methodist Church for a Palm Sunday sermon and offered a message of Christian responsibility to the poor, with his phone in hand.“H
- Composting gaining at schools and homes NAPERVILLE, Ill. (AP) — On an ordinary afternoon at Kaufman Dining Hall at North Central College in Naperville, hundreds of students will do something quietly extraordinary: They’ll scrape uneaten food into a separate container before placing their p
- Victorian furniture prices down, silver up There were two tall walnut cabinet/desk secretaries sold at the auction on June 14. Sold choice, the first one climbed quickly to $425 and was sold to a DeWitt buyer. The second secretary, with a roll-front desk, had minor damage on the bottom doors
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