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Kids Can be Rough on Wood Floors

Q: My kids have discovered roller skating, which is great. However, it’s been kind of rough on my old hardwood floors, especially near the front door, where they come in and take off their skates. There are a lot of scuffs, scratches and dings. Any way I can get rid Continue reading →

To Your Good Health by Dr. Keith Roach

Age Doesn’t Rule Out Prostate Surgery

DEAR DR. ROACH: I am 88 years old and in good health except for a small stroke I had a year ago with no lingering deficiencies. I have had an enlarged prostate for most of my adult life, but a biopsy showed no cancer. I have had problems with urgency. Continue reading →

Paws Corner

Make Dog Training Part of Daily Life

DEAR PAW’S CORNER: Kudos on reminding people that they must be actively involved with their dogs if they expect to have good training results. As someone who is “owned” by an independent Siberian Husky, I can attest that nothing in life is free (NILIF)! I have a great system your Continue reading →

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An amazing ride

by Janet Olexy Cohocton’s Margie Adams has been the driving force behind the community’s Wheels for Life Bike-a-Thon for over 25 years.  Since 1989, the number of participants has grown from 21 to over 125 and the annual event has helped raise $154,399.44 for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. When representatives Continue reading →