Move aside, rubber duckies; it’s time for the rubber turtles to take Paris by storm.
We know that we must breathe in oxygen to live, but why is that, and do all species have to do this? What exactly is that oxygen doing for us?
As Lamar County resident Phyllis Brumley puts it, canning fruits and vegetables is “a dying art.” However, at her home, the artform is very much alive and well.
‘I was calling from Dr. Hurt’s office to let you know that all of your labs look normal.” What does that even mean?
I’m working on a novel that takes place in the 1870s, and involves buffalo, or hide hunters. Halfway through the manuscript, I wrote a sentence that took me back to my larval stages in the mid-1960s, when my Uncle Bill gave me a deer hide.
Q. Dear Neil: My peach tree is 2 years old. I’m seeing globs of sap on its trunk. What should I do?
As we move forward, life — and health care — will look different, but our local medical community’s commitment to providing a broad range of healthcare services won’t change.
Let’s talk about something a lot of us fishermen find hard to do, and that’s picking the right color of lure.
Making the most of any outdoor outing equates to a positive attitude and the ability to remain flexible.
The Boys & Girls Club cheerleading team has started practicing for an unpredictable season.
Since it’s the Fourth of July weekend, I recalled those days back when I was a kid in the 1960s, swallowed by summer and inundated by commercials and marketing. This time of the year, the kids on our street often gathered at our house during the day, sometimes playing an endless game of Mono…
The scientific community is begging you to wear your mask and stop the droplets, especially if you are indoors and close to others.
When we saw that Covid-19 was beginning to spread overseas earlier this year, we began taking steps to prepare our facility before the virus was even detected in the United States.
Q. Dear Neil: My red oak tree leafs out beautifully each spring, but within a month or two, half of the leaves turn brown. Why would this happen?
Although these summer festivities can be enjoyable for both pet and person, owners should be wary of possible hazards associated with the celebration.
Lake Texoma with its natural striper spawn is the mother of all striper lakes and we here in Texas and Oklahoma are fortunate indeed to have such a fishery closeby.
Live minnows and dark colored crappie jigs trimmed with chartreuse dye is the ticket for a limit of crappie. They have been coming from 15 to 18 feet over brush piles.
Genetically engineered goats are not new. They were FDA approved in 2009 to make human antithrombin, an anticoagulant. This was the first drug made by genetically modified animals, imagine what tomorrow will bring.
Try to avoid contact with animals unknown to you, and practice both good common sense and good hand hygiene.
We are all figuring out the rulebook for what is now the new worldwide normal, a task we will gladly undertake as we make every effort to protect our nation’s seniors and our own residents.
Backyard pools provide families with ample opportunities for recreation. It’s easy to be distracted by all the fun when swimming in a backyard pool, but it is crucial that homeowners take steps to ensure everyone is safe when spending time in the pool.