Category: Features

Spotlight On Advertiser: How does regenerative medicine work?

  American Stem Cell provides regenerative medicine as a natural healing option. How does regenerative medicine work? Over time, healthy tissue can become dysfunctional due to age and injury. A human cell and tissue product (HCT/P) is administered to a recipient to repair, reconstruct, replace or supplement the same basic functions of the recipient’s cells…

Aggressive tendencies in dogs part two: Managing the behavior

Before we begin…aggression is the most common and most serious behavior problem in dogs. It’s also the number-one reason why pet parents should seek professional help from behaviorists, trainers and veterinarians. Last month, we talked about understanding the reasons for aggression in dogs. This month, we explore one of the most common things dogs guard…

Steer sighting in Sun Lakes

Cheryl Reed CPR Cattle of Levelland, TX, came to town again for the Arizona Livestock Show and to visit Sun Lakes Grams Cheryl Reed and Kim Myers. With the steer “Texas Red,” Copper Popelka was the Reserve Grand Champion winner at the show. These shows teach many valuable lessons for our youth: taking care of…

The Remodeling Corner: Kitchen and Bathrooms

  Janet Cook Love is the theme for February, and the remodeling trend going into 2019 is to show both kitchens and bathrooms some love by remodeling. In my last column, I wrote about what is currently popular for kitchen design, so what is popular in bathrooms to make them stylish and beautiful? Houzz surveyed…

Mardi Gras Rent Party

Helen Daley Most people are familiar with Mardi Gras and know all about the Carnival celebration beginning Twelfth Night (last night of Christmas and the start of Epiphany), traditionally January 6 and ending on Shrove, or Fat, Tuesday (the day before Ash Wednesday). Since the ending date is tied to Easter, it changes every year.…

New Adventures In Learning

NAIL elects officers Catherine Hammond New Adventures in Learning, a lifelong-learning program, elected officers for 2019 at its Annual Meeting of the Membership on January 18, 2019. Bill Haskell is the new president and will serve a two-year term. Larry Noser, as president-elect, will take over that position in 2021. Lita Swanson, who has been…

Word of the Month: Skedaddle

  David Zapatka Reader Kim Park read about “smithereens” in a previous column and had this comment and suggestion for this month’s issue. “I loved your WOTM column on smithereens! It threw me back to my youth and reminded me of what my mother used to say when she thought I wasn’t getting ready quickly…

In Passing

LeRoy Andersen LeRoy Andersen was born on June 2, 1935, in Racine, Wisconsin, where he developed his love of sports, especially football and tennis, playing both at Washington Park High School in Racine. He was a fierce competitor, earning him the nickname of “Beat Up” in high school. After graduation, Lee enlisted in the Air…