Tom’ Tip: Grip Pressure Drill

July 31, 2021

By Tom Ward | www.teetimewithtom.com This month’s tip deals with grip pressure. Throughout my travels teaching across the country, I’ve seen a lot of golfers struggling with this particular issue. The grip is the only […]

Plants on Parade

July 26, 2021

By Kassie Pounds If you’ve read this column very long, you’ll probably remember that I love to use plants in my decor. They add color, life, whimsy, and even health benefits to a home. Let’s […]

Kenepela’s Kitchen: Healthy Food for All

July 24, 2021

By Annalysa Elledge Being a personal trainer since 2003, Jenn Robinson has an in-depth understanding of the importance of eating clean. Working with Wise County clients over the years, particularly busy families, she realized that […]

A Pyromaniac for Torch Lilies

July 21, 2021

By Norman Winter, Horticulturist, Author, and Speaker | Facebook @NormanWinterTheGarden Guy Sitting on the couch sometime last winter with my trusty perennial catalogue in hand I gawked over the Pyromania red hot pokers, or torch […]

Retirees risk outliving savings

July 18, 2021

By Brent Shaw, Modern Woodmen, Fraternal Financial | m.brent.shaw@mwarep.org Jean and Carrol’s retirement savings won’t run out tomorrow, but they worry that what they spend on leisure now will rob them of money they could […]

Tips to help men look their best

July 15, 2021

Though television commercials might give the impression that beauty and grooming concerns are exclusive to women, men like to look good, too. In fact, according to the market research firm Euromonitor International, retail sales of […]

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