Recently three Eagle Scout projects have been completed in the WSU/ChelanDouglas Master Gardener Community Education Garden at Western and Springwater avenues in Wenatchee — a Little Free Library, two raised beds and a garden surrounding the Winnie the Pig sculpture.
I probably spent too much of my time as a little girl reading books like “Little House on the Prairie.” That explains my fascination with the idea of root cellars and food preservation for most of my life.
If your gutters are starting to fail and you aren’t sure whether to repair them or just replace them with new gutters, here are answers from three Dallas gutter experts to help you make the best decision.
We have all experienced the annoying, relentless and throbbing pain associated with a headache. They can slow us down or even bring us to a complete stop. However, did you know that there are several different types of headaches, and knowing the type you’ve got can be the first step in effectively treating it?
Now that the harvest moon has come and gone, it is time to think about tackling those last tasks in the garden before winter. A little preventative maintenance can save a handful of headaches in the spring. Here are a few jobs to consider tackling before the weather really gets cold.
When it comes to the idea that running is good for the heart, six miles a week may be the magic goal number. In a review study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, experts found running about six miles a week — or 52 minutes — may add from three to six years to your life.
Addyi — better known as “female Viagra” (though it’s not a very accurate comparison) — is either a long-overdue acknowledgment that women’s sexual health matters as much as men’s, or the latest attempt to make women feel broken about sex.
Our definition of a “best buy” is $15, for red or white. With the cost of doing business, it’s extremely difficult for winemakers in Washington and Oregon to make red wines for much less than that. Quality grapes, oak barrels, bottles, labels, winemaker salaries, marketing costs, wholesale prices and other expenses begin to add up quickly, meaning profit margins become extremely thin for red wines below $20 per bottle.