By Barbara Dyer - Sep 20
The climate of today’s business district is very different from early Camden. Most visitors, who come to Camden today, love to go in our quaint ...
By Lawrence Reichard - Sep 20
Tax policy in this country is insane. Billionaire Warren Buffett pays a smaller portion of his income in taxes than does his secretary, who makes ...
By Jan Dolcater - Sep 20
Taxes and spending is one of the most serious topics that each of us faces today, and it must be approached and dealt with wisdom and integrity. ...
By Betty Heald - Sep 19
This week's column is dedicated to all politicians who lead with integrity.
1 jar spaghetti sauce
1/2 bag egg noodles
1 pound ...
By Corelyn Senn - Sep 19
Fletcher Cemetery, also known as Lassell, is one of three cemeteries on High Street. Brothers Ephraim and Jonathan Fletcher were two of the first ...
We were disappointed to hear about yet another incident at a local pharmacy this week.
A man, who had been in trouble with the law just weeks ...
I'm voting Miramant
When I vote to elect our State legislators I always look for the person who can best represent all the people in our district. ...
By Larry Schooley - Sep 18
This is the first of what I hope to be several articles about the topic of early childhood development. Mountains of research indicates that ages ...
By Tom Seymour - Sep 18
Every year for the last three years, I’ve watched closely as Emily Rogals has brought new life to an old flower garden.
Emily, a gardener by ...
I was immediately outraged by the poor judgement made by News Director Daniel Dunkle and The Courier-Gazette for locating “Man ...
By David Grima - Sep 18
As I survey dear old Rockland from the battlements atop the east tower at the foot of Mechanic Street, peering at all the green treetops below, ...
By Reade Brower - Sep 18
"May your travels be easy and true,
May your soul be light and full.
May the road before you open wide
and your horizons be clear.
May you ...
By Dale Landrith - Sep 13
The economy is stagnant. There are no jobs. We must extend unemployment benefits. The minimum wage must be increased to help the poor. Welfare in ...
By Betty Heald - Sep 12
This week's column is dedicated to school crossing guards - a very much appreciated group of people.
Bacon, Tomato, and Cauliflower Salad
Perhaps we might examine some real facts from the foundational sources of information? Mr. Reichard’s opening claim that the ...
By Lynette L. Walther - Sep 11
Houseplants: We love them for so many reasons. They bring warmth, color and life into our homes. The fussiest of them become almost like our pets. ...
By Sarah E. Reynolds - Sep 11
I must be the luckiest aunt around.
I was talking to my older nephew, Luke, on the phone a few weeks ago, and mentioned we were getting ready for ...
Go see 'Vanya, Sonia, Masha, and Spike'
This play, now at the Camden Opera House will leave you thinking and chuckling for days. Written by ...
By David Grima - Sep 11
Recently I mentioned the case of the awful pumpkin squares made with goat milk, and although I got some of the details wrong (for example I made ...
By Reade Brower - Sep 11
"May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face;
The rains fall soft upon your ...