Rhubarb pie is a popular Indiana dessert. For my family, you can count on a rhubarb pie and strawberry shortcake every year on Mother’s Day.
The second in an occasional series celebrating area teachers set to retire at the end of this year’s shortened, irregular school year — forced to teach remotely because of social distancing measures.
The nice weather this spring combined with gardeners spending more time at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, has given us the chance to take advantage of getting a head start on garden planting.
A local woman is preparing to launch a new summer day camp opportunity for area children. Heart and Soil Farm Inc., located on East CR 450 South, south of Logansport, will serve K-5th grade students. The pamphlet for the camp states a clear, straightforward goal: mindfulness.
Asparagus is one of my favorite vegetables. When my husband and I got married we lived in a farmhouse on a property that has been in his family for over 175 years. One of our favorite discoveries was that there was a small asparagus patch right outside the back door of our home.
Because of the infrequency in time and location of total solar eclipses, scientists historically have had difficulty studying broad, controlled data collections on eclipse-related animal behavior. But with the advent of smartphone technology, researchers are looping in citizen scientists to help record the effects of solar eclipses.
This Week's Circulars
- Local nursing home reports 50 confirmed COVID-19 cases
- 'Amazed to be alive': Kokomo man with COVID survives 12 days on ventilator
- FCA restarting Kokomo, Tipton plants next Tuesday
- Prayers4Taylor: Community rallies around teenager injured in crash
- Local schools unveil graduation plans
- 1 rescued in Monday morning fire
- Tipton man arrested in fatal hit-and-run
- Miami County 4-H Fair to be held virtually
- Senior spotlight: Eastern's Victoria Leeder
- College spotlight: Saint Francis' Lexy Sanders