Did you know that Nebraska was the 17th state out of the 48 total in 1919 who allowed women to vote? That was pretty forward thinking for a state located far from the so called "academia" of the east.
I was a newly married cook when I wrote out a couple of my favorite recipes for our church’s centennial cookbook and though I am likely to use my laptop computer in the kitchen to make a recipe found online, I still use this paper version cookbook that was published over 30 years ago.
Chickens are the most influential animals in the world. They have definitely been the source of the most well-known idioms. I’ve been thinking of these sayings when I feed my flock of seven hens in the backyard.
None of us could have pictured a year ago that kids would be heading back to school wearing masks all day, that there wouldn’t be Husker football games, and that weddings would be curtailed if not completely canceled.
Our sixth and youngest child had her senior graduation pictures taken today. From what I can tell, they weren't a lot different than those of her two brothers and three sisters. There was the standard photo of her lounging casually on some steps leading to an abandoned apartment and the obli…
The Bissell Pet Foundation is teaming up with 160 shelter partners in 33 states to reduce adoption fees and find forever homes during Empty the Shelters event starting Thursday, Oct. 1, and running through Sunday, Oct. 4.
Brandon’s Bushel of Blessings is one of numerous agencies that receives funding from the Norfolk Area United Way. The following is a Q&A w…