May 4, 2016

Star-Exponent: Columnists


ZANN'S PLACE: In honor of my mother, Elizabeth Florence Collins

Note: My progressive parents asked that their children address them by their given names.

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Saturday 04/30/2016
MATTERS OF FAITH: Honor God first to be able to honor others
Posted: April 30, 2016

Honor, it seems, is not a part of our vocabulary any more, for this is a subject that we do not often discuss. It is evident that our society faces a great deal of challenge in the area of giving honor and being honorable.

COLUMN: Things are hopping along at Carver Center
Posted: April 30, 2016


Friday 04/29/2016
HUMOR: Bikers, young’uns and snakes on a Saturday afternoon
Posted: April 29, 2016

In the tourist town of Lake Lure in the shadow of Chimney Rock, there’s a funky little screened-in bar and grill, part of a roadside lodging establishment on the banks of the Rocky Broad River.

FOCUS ON THE ARTS: Windmore offers significant events to the community
Posted: April 29, 2016

Crossroads Youth Orchestra Concert,  May 1 at 7 p.m.  — A lively spring concert of “Favorites from The Stage and Screen” will be performed by Windmore’s Crossroads Youth Orchestra program at Liberty High School located at 6300 Independence Ave, Bealeton. 

Thursday 04/28/2016
COLUMN: A time to Gnarly
Posted: April 28, 2016

April is the time that the weather warms, the landscape greens and beer fests begin. Here in Culpeper, our own Gnarly Hops and Barley Beer Festival will be held on Saturday, April 30 at the Spencer Street parking lot.

Wednesday 04/27/2016
ZANN'S PLACE: Spring fever: what is that?
Posted: April 27, 2016

Spring fever is actually explained by science as a period of heightened energy facilitated by an increase in serotonin and endorphins brought on by the longer days filled with sunshine, warm temps and refreshing rains.

Sunday 04/24/2016
New titles at the Culpeper County Library through April 15
Posted: April 24, 2016

DR. WATTS: Treating ear infections in dogs
Posted: April 24, 2016

Q:  I am a vet assistant, but working in the field of pet grooming at this time. I see many dogs come in with ear problems. Most of them are dogs that have hair in the ear. I suggested plucking the hair to allow ventilation. My boss and co-workers said no, that it causes hematomas in the ear. Is this true? And what is best to prevent ear infections?

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