Meet Yukon

Contributed by Angie Lewis -
Yukon loves rides in the car, playing, being pet, and sleeping in bed with his people. He does not like being on a leash, coming when called, and not much interested in learning tricks.

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Plan, Shop, Save

Contributed by Julie Cascio -
Shopping for groceries at the store takes time. For me at least (my efficient husband is much faster.) Reading labels to find good nutritional value in the foods we will be eating is one part of my shopping. Another is to check for prices. But in this process, we have observed that food costs are continuing to rise.

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No New Commandment

Contributed by Destiny Korchi-
Mattityahu (anglicized as Matthew) 19:16-21 is an interesting passage. The rich man wants to know how to enter into everlasting life, Yahushua (commonly referred to as Jesus) answers him with “…Guard the Commandments.” With 613 laws in the Torah, the rich man wanted to know if he had to obey all the laws that would apply to him

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32nd Annual Cabin Fever Reliever Festival

Contributed by Trapper Creek Cabin Fever Committee -
This indoor and outdoor event includes games for children and adults, a bonfire, hot food, a ski race, art and history exhibits, chili cook-off and a bake-off contest. Another big draw at this event is the raffle. Many raffle prizes worth thousands of dollars are donated from generous businesses.

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Humidity and Your Guitar

Contributed by Todd Farnsworth
You’ve felt the effects of low humidity – perhaps dry, itchy skin, bloody noses, or general uncomfortableness. Now shift your attention to the guitar hanging on your wall (just please don’t tell me it’s part of your mantelpiece aesthetic) or sitting on the stand in the corner: it’s suffering just as much.

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