The hot-fudge sundae began as a celebration of ice cream and Sundays. Soda jerks of the late 1800s discovered that the combination of hot and cold was an irresistible temptation. To keep the treat special, they served them only on Sundays, usually to the after-church crowd.
If Mother Nature cooperates, we’ll have green onions in our gardens soon — that is if the winter loosens its grip. Then come those morsels of peppery spring sweetness, the radishes.
Voters will see the implementation of new system during the next election
March is National Nutrition Month — a perfect time to breathe new life into stagnant winter eating patterns.
Sen. Jerry Moran held a town hall meeting Wednesday in El Dorado
March 27 and March 28 at Methodist Church
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Sherri E. Gibbs, 80, Wichita, passed away on Tuesday, March 18, 2014
The Bible gives us principles for successful living
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