Prevention key to fighting H1N1 virus

By Anita Tedaldi: PNT columnist All of our children have had the H1N1 virus this past week. For some of them it was a particularly virulent form, with fevers over 105 F and a lot of worrying on our part. The pediatrician prescribed our youngest daughter, who is a little older than a year, Tamiflu, [...]

April 12, 2009 Library news

On Tuesday, April 14 at 10:30 am, get ready for some Froggy Fun during Baby Laptime. This 20-minute program introduces books to the youngest readers, ages 0 to 3 with short stories, songs, and fingerplays. The Teen Writing Group will also meet this Tuesday (April 14) at 4:00 p.m.. Preschool Storytime meets every Wednesday at [...]

That wonderful place called ‘Home’

By Joan Clayton: PNT columnist When our youngest granddaughters were young, our son and his wife often returned to their home at night after visiting us. They dressed their little girls for bed, and after the good-bye hugs and kisses, they tucked their children in their “car” bed and drove the two hours home. Our [...]

April 26, 1980

• Ryan Cook, was presented a special award for being the youngest participant in the Annual ROTC Fun Run. Ryan completed the 3,000 meter (1.8 mile) portion of the race in 26 minutes. He is the youngest participant to ever compete in an ROTC Fun Run.