Month: September 2017

Guns & Hoses

Guns & Hoses

Dedicated to assisting families of fallen first responders who lost their lives in the line of duty and supporting local police and fire children’s charities By Sonia Duggan In one week 19 amateur boxers will step into the ring for the first time before an 

Kermit needs a home

Kermit needs a home

Kermit the Dog here! I’d love to tell you a little about myself and see if we’d be a good match. First of all, I love affection! Belly rubs and head scratches, I’m all for it. I’m a sweet guy and I’ll give you lovin’ 

Clownin’ Around at the Rodeo

Clownin’ Around at the Rodeo

By Jennifer M. Aguilar Most people visit the rodeo for the high-octane excitement. From barrel racing to bull riding, there is surely plenty of suspense that happens in the ring. But it’s hard to imagine those death-defying acts being much fun to watch if it 

Mix Up Something Eclectic

Mix Up Something Eclectic

On-trend design ideas for your kitchen renovation For most homes, there’s one room that serves as the hub of all activity. From preparing mouthwatering meals to entertaining a house full of guests to grabbing a few minutes to relax with a mug of steaming coffee, 

Classic Coca-Cola Baby Back Ribs

Classic Coca-Cola Baby Back Ribs

2 slabs baby back ribs Rub: 2 T. ground ancho pepper ½ c. paprika ¼ lb. brown sugar 3T. ground black pepper Braising Liquids: 24 oz. Coca-Cola 1 c. chicken stock Combine ribs with rub and braising liquids in plastic bag; refrigerate overnight. Next day, 

Live…learn…vacation

Live…learn…vacation

By Rhonda Briggs Every vacation has a purpose. Rest, relaxation and rejuvenation are usually at the top of the list of reasons we take time off from our everyday activities. Scenic locations draw us in. Unexplored cities excite us. And the promise of new adventures