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“If You Plant It, They Will Come” was the name of a program recently presented in the ballroom of the Four Seasons Clubhouse in Smithville. Th…

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Make some time for fresh air and move housework outside as the days get warmer. Older children can assist with more complex jobs, like mowing the lawn or trimming bushes and hedges. And younger children can help with watering the garden, weeding or repotting plants. You can also teach your kids about how to stay safe while working outside, highlighting the importance of simple things like applying sunscreen and staying hydrated.

Shade gathers from year to year in the garden like the wrinkles on your face, growing more pronounced with time.

A group of residents gathered Oct. 29 to spruce up their neighborhood by picking up litter at the former site of Pleasantville High School at …


A Tennessee woman who fell behind on her yard work was unable to clean up — because she was thrown in jail. The woman had been cited by code e…

MISSOURI VALLEY, Iowa— A new fruit that research says packs more antioxidants than popular "superfoods" such as blueberries, acai berries and …

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