Weddings are a lot of work, even for a mother of the groom.
KEARNEY — Roasted root vegetables. Red wine-braised beef. Dauphinoise potatoes. Flourless chocolate cake. Almond crunch cake. California wines.
How do you define who you are and what you do? Recently, I told my 7-year-old grandson that I won’t get to see him next week because I’ll be away on business. Henry knows I often travel. But the “business” part pricked up his ears.
Have you ever taken something that seemed ruined and made it good as new? I was 7 years old, helping my grandmother do the wash on her old wringer washer. By “helping,” I mean I watched her work. She never let me near the wringer. It had mangled a few of her fingers, and she was not about to…
When dinner guests arrive, they congregate in the kitchen, especially if it’s a small dinner party of six or less. They want to socialize with their hosts and know the kitchen is where the magic occurs when the chef is a showman.
Anyone buying health insurance this fall faces a daunting task: having to choose among multiple, often-complex options that offer widely varying degrees of protection.
When I was too young to know better, I made myself a promise. I’ve made myself a lot of promises I didn’t keep and can’t recall. But I remember this one. It was just before my 30th birthday. I was a stay-at-home mom with three small children. My 5-year-old had just started kindergarten. My d…
We celebrate some birthdays with a bounce house. Others we observe quietly in our heart. But every birthday of a loved one is a joyful occasion, especially when we celebrate two at once.
LEXINGTON — If you’re curious about Joe Jeffrey, just look at his business card.
“Lowering Your Blood Pressure Could Stave Off Dementia,” heralded the headline from Bloomberg, which was not alone in delivering the “good” news.
KEARNEY — “We have Jewish history, but don’t tell anyone.” That’s what Valera Heydenberk’s mother repeatedly told Valera years ago.
KEARNEY — Neil Jochen has sold advertising for small businesses. He has served as the executive director at YMCAs in Ohio and Michigan. But for the past 15 years, he’s had to funnel his energy into dealing with Parkinson’s disease.
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- Broken pipe forces 31 students out of Alpha Xi Delta sorority house at UNK
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- A Young Democrats chapter is forming in Buffalo County
- KCHS girls finish fifth, boys 12th at UNK Invite
- Kearney's Jack McFadden finishes 13th, Bearcats ninth at UNK Invitational
- Central Nebraska Veterans' Home gets hearing loops
- Nebraska's female veterans get their due, and their day, in D.C.