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Clark Hollow Ramblings: The end of leadership

About a week ago Richard Brady was reading the big Sunday paper, and in the book section there appeared an article about a spate of new books chronicling the “end” of something — if someone hasn’t penned a book about the end of leadership, then they need to do so. […]

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Clark Hollow Ramblings: Springtime surprise

Like many of you this winter keeps surprising Richard Brady. A couple of weeks ago, it was so nice and balmy he had visions of getting my peas and potatoes in the ground. Then came the big snowstorm. He kept telling his bride, who hates snow, “it’s not going to amount to anything.” […]

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Clark Hollow Ramblings: Identity theft, part two

Some of you may remember a piece Richard Brady wrote for this newspaper in 2006, a summary of events that had occurred since early 2001 when his identity was stolen. This article will serve as a reminder to be vigilant where your personal and financial information is concerned. […]

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Eat local – out of your own garden

I don’t think I’ll be able to look another strawberry in the eye. We have had strawberry shortcake, and strawberry ice cream, and strawberries on our cereal and have made strawberry preserves a couple of times. They […]

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The report from Flint Hill

I think the odds of us getting another frost that hurts anything are getting pretty low. The frost that killed our peas in the raised beds did more damage than I first thought to our […]