It’s not uncommon, especially during colder months, for catfish to hit baits without taking the hook in their mouths. These short strikes can be frustrating for anglers and often result in a long day of catching nothing. Capt. David Hilton had a few of those days in his years of fishing, but he found the solution for it some time ago.
How Skipping Church Affects Our Children
In a Q&A, Carl Trueman was asked about why churches today are losing their young people. Typical answers to this question range from things like the temptations of this world or the irrelevance…
Biddeford Denny's to open in late summer
BIDDEFORD — Denny's fans will have to wait a little longer to order a Grand Slam breakfast, as plans to open the restaurant have been delayed. Plans have been in the works for more than six months to open a Denny's restaurant at 45 Boulder Way. The building is the site of a former Ruby Tuesday restaurant and has been vacant since August 2016. Earlier this year, a spokesman from the diner chain said the restaurant was expected to open in May or June, however the opening date has been postponed. Spokesman Paul Spencer said in an email on Thursday there is no exact opening date, but the company expects to open the restaurant in the third quarter, sometime between July and September. A Facebook page for the upcoming restaurant has been created…
Quapaw Tribe Fire Department's EMT Class big success
The Quapaw Tribe's Emergency Medical Technician class of 2016/2017 graduated 24 new certified EMTs this month.
Fire rips through New City home on South Little Tor Road
A New City family's home was gutted in a blaze on South Little Tor Road.
Parents sue Dreambaby safety catches after toddler accesses knives in drawer, injures eye
BECKLEY – An Oceana couple is suing the maker of Dreambaby child safety products over allegations their minor child was able to overpower a safety catch, access knives inside a drawer and injure her eye with a knife.
Divers haul up giant ball of ‘ghost gear’ littering the seafloor off Maine’s coast
Every year, fishermen lose tons of gear along the coast of Maine. It can collect into jumbled masses, what’s known as “ghost gear,” that can be hazardous to navigation and marine life.
The New Rules of Middle Age, Written by Women
As a new wave of women step into their mid-centuries, books reimagining female midlife are striking a chord. “We’re not going to do our 50s the way everyone’s telling us we’re supposed to,” author Candace Bushnell says.
7 Questions To Ask On An Assisted Living Tour
7 top things to look for on your assisted living tour: Can you envision yourself or your loved one feeling comfortable living here? Do you have a warm feeling being in the community? Do the people look happy and engaged? Are residents socializing with other and engaged in programs or activities? Did you sample a meal? Does the community have all the latest safety features? Is the person giving the tour really listening to you? Is there anything about the assisted living community that makes it stand out from the others you visited?
Deerfield shooter to be released without bail
DEERFIELD — A Deerfield man charged with illegal weapon possession after shooting and killing two people who entered his home earlier this month