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Keep your resolutions flexible and be accountable

The new year is only two weeks old, which means approximately 25 percent of people have already given up on their resolutions. It you are one of the fortunate who are still going strong, you are not out of the clear yet. According to researchers at the University of Scranton, only 8 percent of people will keep their New Year’s resolutions all year.

Jim Casada

National efforts can help bobwhites

A previous column covered some of the problems quail face, and noted how populations of this saucy little patrician have plummeted. Things are so bad that simply hearing a mating whistle in the spring, or flushing a wild covey in the winter, is reason to celebrate. That’s quite a change from a sound that was once an integral part of the rural landscape.

Jim Casada

Properly preparing venison treats for prime eats

It’s that wonderful time of the year when the whitetail rut is at hand. Many hunters already have venison in the freezer and tasty stews, soups, roasts, and countless other delights featuring deer meat are in the offing. Properly handled and prepared, venison is a wonderful and wonderfully healthy meat.

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York County community members honor those who gave their lives for the U.S.

The annual Memorial Day ceremony at Lakeview Memory Gardens in York Sunday drew a large crowd of veterans, mothers of sons and daughters who died fighting for their country and supporters.
Amanda Harris aharris@heraldonline.com
York County community members honor those who gave their lives for the U.S. 2:09

York County community members honor those who gave their lives for the U.S.

Clover High School awards more than 500 diplomas at commencement 1:05

Clover High School awards more than 500 diplomas at commencement

Indian Land graduates 'closing a chapter' after Friday commencement 1:22

Indian Land graduates 'closing a chapter' after Friday commencement

Graduation 'start of something new' for Lancaster High class of 2017 1:28

Graduation 'start of something new' for Lancaster High class of 2017