C'est La Vie
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About eight weeks ago I was at the Redmon Pit Stop Café along with several ladies from Brocton on a Tuesday morning. We all sat at the middle table enjoying coffee, tea, breakfast and … more
A 60 percent Christmas is much easier to put away than a 100 percent Christmas. The decorations are put away, and it did not take nearly as long this year. My son was thrilled when I said we were … more
Today, Jan. 11, is not for the lactose intolerant because it is National Milk Day. Dairy has an interesting connection to human development. Like all mammals, humans are born with the ability to … more
When my siblings and I were growing up on Elm Street, there were not multiple present openings — at least that I can recall. I remember Grandma and Grandpa Dennison coming for dinner on … more
It all began in 1992 when a small group of gingerbread houses were built by community members in 1992 as another way to celebrate the holiday season. There were no plans to continue the competition … more
Between sports, meetings and regular everyday life at The Prairie Press, I have to admit Christmas has snuck up on me this year. I hope to get my tree decorated this weekend. I had planned to do … more
The old adage that a five-pound weight gain is inevitable during the holiday season is a myth. According to the National Institute of Health, the average American gains just under one pound during … more
A beloved children’s book will come alive on the stage of the Paris Center of Fine Arts Dec. 6-8 when Paris High School Drama presents the musical, “Tuck Everlasting.” Two casts will perform … more
It’s been years since there was a children’s boutique in Paris — but the Twigg sisters are changing that today. “Ellie and Olive Children’s Boutique” opened at 10 a.m. today on the … more
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