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When I was a child, I wandered the neighborhood with friends, explored a gully across the street, waded in streams, and rode bikes to...
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Spring has officially sprung! After a cold, stuffy winter, it’s finally time to thrown open the windows and breathe in the fresh air. For...
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Radon, an odorless, invisible gas, is a naturally occurring substance that has the potential to cause serious illness. According to the United States Environmental...
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It’s a cold winter night but the ladies gathered at White River Yoga in Montague seem warm in the beautiful old store that has...
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Article by Susan Harrison Wolffis Sometimes, a cartoon is just a cartoon. A million laughs, maybe more; a momentary escape from the world as we know...
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These three documents, known collectively as the Charters of Freedom, have secured the rights of the American people for more than two and a...
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I taught my five year old granddaughter EvaLyn how to change my batteries on my LVAD. She’s very curious about me getting a new...
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Art can enrich the lives of people young and old. The arts can introduce adults and children to different cultures and traditions, while also...
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While most of us recognize the benefit of yoga for adults, children’s yoga is gaining in popularity. So what makes children’s yoga different from...
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REETHS-PUFFER’S PLAY AND LEARN FROM BIRTH TO FOUR DEVELOPS SKILLS THROUGH SENSORY PLAY. Imagine trying to learn how to use your computer or smart phone...

Dear Annie, We recently added a dog to our family but she has a terrible habit of chewing on things. How do we get her...