This spring, the Journal Star set out to honor the lives of those lost to COVID-19. The families were eager to share the stories of those they loved.
Every parent knows just how much kids love drawing on the walls—and they probably have their own horror story of checking up on play time to find a marker mess to prove it. With a chalkboard wall, your kids can draw away without the messy cleanup. Here are two different ways to create a chalkboard wall.
Whether you’re preparing for tax season or organizing family documents, a big pile of papers can seem daunting. Home organizer @freshspacehome is there to remind you that any organization project is manageable if you break it down into steps. Her suggestion to #organizeit? Sort the unmanageable paper pile into shred, keep, and recycle piles—then tackle the papers you need to keep by breaking down the categories even further.
Even though distance learning largely takes place on a computer, it’s nice for kids to get some practice staying organized on paper. To keep track of homework assignments, due dates and even online classes, consider buying a small paper planner for your student. A pack of fine-tip colorful pens can also be a nice bonus.
Starting Oct. 17 would allow conference teams to play eight games in a nine-week window, with a conference championship game Dec. 19.
Are you doing some summer cleaning or really late spring cleaning? Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
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A Russian woman accused of being a secret agent admitted Thursday that she conspired to infiltrate the American gun-rights movement to gather intelligence on conservative political groups as Donald Trump rose to power.
Gerald Fischman, the editorial page editor at the Capital Gazette, was an "old-fashioned journalist," a former editor of the paper said.
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Marion "Gale" Wood, a 95-year-old Army veteran and Pearl Harbor attack survivor. The story will be in Saturday's paper and here on Magicvalley.com. At the end of the interview, Gale asked if photographer Ashley Smith would take a picture of him with his guitar.