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Issue Date: April 25, 2019

Is Spring really sprung?

All the worry about the Easer Bunny needing to hire a Snowshoe Hare to make his annual deliveries was for naught. By Easter Sunday the snow was all but gone, and the small patches left in shady areas are melting fast. Frost is out of the ground, so excess water is going away too. Serious flooding seems to have been avoided in Marinette County, but Menominee County was not quite so fortunate.

Easter Sunday was bright and beautiful, and so warm that part of our Easter dinner was cooked outdoors on the grill. Families all over TIMESland were enjoying outdoor egg hunts, with no snow to hinder the search.

Snowmobile trails are closed for the season, and until trails firm up, ATVs are also not allowed on the trails. Generally starting date is May 1, but watch for announcements, because at this point no one is sure. Riding the trails when they're too soft can cause some damage and could result in getting a ticket - and not ticket to the Kiwanis Kapers, either!

Maybe Spring really is here!

GROWIN' THINGS

Grass is showing green and shoots of spring plants are popping up. UWEX Ag Agent Scott Reuss said the warm rains last week helped warm the soil and complete thawing. He expects some farmers will be sowing corn by the end of this week. In that case, garden seeds can probably be planted too. I personally would hold off on setting tender plants out in the garden yet. You just can't trust Mother Nature!

TICK TIME

'Tis the season for bug repellent and nightly bed checks. Ticks are on the prowl. Remember that the little plain brown deer ticks are the worst kind, and the hardest to find. Have seen some as small as a grain of pepper. Thought one biting into me was a speck of dirt until I spotted the itty bitty legs wiggling just before it got all the way in.

Small as they are, Deer Ticks are known as the worst offenders for spreading diseases, especially Lyme Disease. Wonder if they also carry Chronic Wasting Disease?? A 10-year-old study at Colorado State University concluded that it did. If so, what sense does it make for Wisconsin DNR to prohibit feeding or baiting the deer? At least those sick with CWD won't also be starving.

And speaking of the deer baiting ban, did no one tell the deer that it's unhealthy for them to be dining together? The corn and alfalfa fields and other crops that they regularly raid are put there as crops, not deer bait, but deer are social, herding animals, and they'll get together where the best food is, whether the DNR wants them to or not!

PRETTY BIRD!

Heard a little bird singing sweetly in a tree in downtown Marinette the other day. Over and over, he trilled: "Pretty bird" Pretty bird"Pretty bird"" Must have been either exceedingly conceited or trying to flatter a potential mate.

DRUG DISPOSAL

Saturday, April 27 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, a day for people to get rid of leftover prescription and over the counter medications, including pills, liquids and creams, medications for pets and vitamins they no longer want.

Drop off locations scattered through Marinette and Menominee counties will be accepting the items at no charge, and with no questions asked, from 9 a.m. to noon.

Disposing of these things properly keeps them out of the waste stream and out of the hands of people who might misuse them. All medications are to be removed from blister packs prior to turning them in.

There are drug drop boxes available year round at Marinette and Menominee City police department headquarters, Marinette and Menominee Sheriff's Departments, and Crivitz Pharmacy, located at 710 Main Ave., Crivitz.

The one-day drop off locations open only on April 27 are BAMC Mobility Center at 3117 Shore Drive, Marinette; BAMC Stephenson Pharmacy, S927 US 41, Stephenson, Mich., Amberg Community Center, N15035 Grant Street, Amberg; Niagara Police Department, 214 Maple Ave., Goodman, and Marinette City Hall, 1905 Hall Ave., Marinette.

The sites will not accept oxygen tanks, needles, inhalers, nebulizer machines, thermometers, IV bags, or ostomy supplies, but may be accepted at the hazardous waste disposal days to be held later this summer at various sites in Marinette and Oconto Counties with the help of a grant from the State of Wisconsin.

Prescription Drug Take Back Day is sponsored by the Department of Justice, Bay Area Medical Center Community Pharmacy, Marinette and Menominee city police departments and Marinette and Menominee County sheriff's departments.

WITH SYMPATHY

Sympathy goes out to the family of Richard (Dick) Matty, who passed on to his final reward on Easter Sunday after a long illness. For a few weeks before his death Matty had been a patient at Rennes West.

Matty was a prominent businessman in Crivitz for many years, owner of Matty's Steak House at the stop lights in Crivitz where Hwy. 141 and County W intersect. He graduated from Crivitz High School in 1950 and served in the United States Army and later Air Force during the Korean War. He and wife Sandy were very active members of veteran's and community organizations while raising a large family. He served for eight terms as a representative in the Wisconsin State Assembly before being named Director of Tourism by Gov. Tommy Thompson.

He was also a good friend.

Among other achievements during his time in the legislature, Matty helped push for construction of Hwy. 180, creation of Gov. Thompson State Park, and the state's decision to give Marinette County the property that now is operated by the Parks Department as Thunder Mountain Overlook.

By all that he did, and by the family that he and Sandy raised, he left a valuable and lasting legacy for the community in which he spent most of his life.

SPRING CRAFT SHOW

Peshtigo Womans Club is holding its annual Spring Craft Show at Peshtigo High School from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27. Admission is $2, unless you bring a canned or packaged non-perishable food item for the Peshtigo Food Pantry, in which case admission is free. In addition to craft items being offered for sale, the Womans Club is selling concessions and holding a bake sale.

KAPERS KOMING UP

According to the Marinette Kiwanis website, recent research at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center concluded that laughing for 10 to 15 minutes can burn between 10 to 40 calories, so they're offering to help everyone stay healthy by inviting them to attend their annual comedy performance on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, April 26 through 28. Buy tickets at $15 each at Brothers Three, Marinette Farm & Garden and Pets Too, or from any Kiwanis member. Shows are in Marinette High School's W. J. Jones Auditorium from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 3 to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday.

This year's show, "Castaways on Green Island," features performances by some of the most talented Kiwanis comedy stars. Caution: Watching Kiwanis performance could cause outbreaks of uncontrollable laughter!

Proceeds of the show are used to benefit children of the community.

ON THE SOAP BOX

SURELY THY JEST!


Speaking of comedy, are some of the Democratic/Socialist political candidates serious, or are they just trying to give us all a good laugh?

Speaking here about Bernie Sanders, who may be a nice enough old man, but surely he can't really be concerned about protecting the Constitutional rights of convicted felons by allowing them to vote while serving their time in prison!

He's been passing laws. Perhaps he should read some. By being convicted, that felon has been striped of rights.

And that from a man who thinks abortion and gun control are okay!

Or perhaps he also wants prisoner's Constitutional right to keep and bear arms protected too.

And then there's the "green deal" suggesting that commercial air travel be banned for ordinary folks, and driving regular cars and tractors too. Since the new breed of Socialists promoting this with the argument that they're saving the world, suggest that if they're serious they should be setting an example for the rest of us by walking or bicycling wherever they go. No airplanes. No cars, unless they're electric, provided the electricity also was produced without dams, use of fossil fuels and other environmental evils!

Come on, Socialist Democrats. Just keep talking. You're pretty much guaranteeing Republican victories in 2020 unless this entire nation has gone mad!!

MORE ON THE SOAP BOX

CLIMATE CHANGE IS HAPPENING!


Then Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar made CNN headlines by declaring: "Climate Change isn't happening 100 years from now, it's happening now."

Hate to admit it, but she's half right. Climate change is indeed happening now. On the other hand, it will also be happening 100 years from now, no matter what we do. And was happening 100 years ago, even 1,000, 2,000 and maybe 2 million years ago, and will keep happening as long as this old Earth keeps spinning.

Were it not for climate change, we'd still be covered by glaciers. Or perhaps there never would have been glaciers. Were it not for climate change, we humans, if we existed, probably would be fighting either dinosaurs or wooly mammoths instead of traffic on our morning commutes.

Won't somebody get serious, and look at real history, and real science before making ridiculous statements and trying to push us into laws that will make some investors rich and impoverish others?

Follow the money, folks, and maybe you'll find out why they want the laws!

COOKIN' TIME

HAMBONE SOUP


If you don't have a ham bone or any leftover ham, make this with two or three ham hocks instead.

1 yellow onion peeled and chopped

3 carrots peeled, quartered and sliced

1 ham bone

20 ounce bag dried bean soup mx

8 cups low sodium chicken broth

1 teaspoon dried thyme

2 teaspoons minced garlic

3 cups diced ham

15 ounce can diced tomatoes, undrained

1/4 cup chopped parsley, or tablespoon dried

Salt and pepper to taste

Rinse the beans thoroughly; set aside the seasoning packet for later use. Place the onion, carrot, ham bone, beans, chicken broth, thyme and garlic in a slow cooker. Cook on high for 4 hours or low for 8 hours, or until beans are done. Remove the ham bone from the slow cooker. Stir in the diced ham, tomatoes, seasoning packet and salt and pepper to taste. Cover and cook for an additional 20 minutes. Sprinkle with parsley and serve.

PHILLY CHEESE STEAK SLOPPY JOES

Takes about 10 minutes of kitchen time, just 10 minutes to

cook while you relax. Recipe serves six.

1 teaspoon cornstarch

1/2 cup beef or low sodium chicken broth

2 teaspoons olive oil

1 small sweet onion, diced

1 small green bell pepper, diced

1 pound lean ground beef

2 tablespoons ketchup

2 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

2 teaspoons taco seasoning

1/4 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon black pepper

1 1/2 cups shredded sharp white cheddar or Monterey Jack

cheese

6 hamburger buns

Preheat broiler. In a small bowl, whisk together the cor

starch and broth. Set aside.

Heat the oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium high. Add the onion and peppers; sauté 3 minutes until tender. Add the ground beef and continue to cook, breaking it up and browning, for another 3 minutes. If there's too much fat, drain it. Stir in the ketchup, Worcestershire, taco seasoning, salt, and pepper. Give the broth and cornstarch a quick stir and add it to the skillet; simmer for about 3 minutes, stirring occasionally, until mixture thickens slightly. Scoop some mixture onto each bun, top with 1/4 cup cheese, and stick under the broiler until melted (keep a close eye, so nothing burns!) Serve warm with chips or French Fries (frozen ones of course) and a simple dessert, maybe apple sauce and Oatmeal cookies.

SLO COOKER RICE AND CHICKEN

Takes about five minutes to put together, and 4 to 8 hours to cook while you do other things. I like to do things like this when I have leftover veggies from the vegetable tray we had with our holiday dinner. If you have some leftover green onions, slice them and add to this.

4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts

1 1/2 cups of water

2 10 oz cans of cream of chicken soup

6 oz. box of long grain & wild rice with seasoning packet

3 carrots, chopped

3 celery sticks, chopped

Chop the celery and carrots into small chunks or slices. The size of the pieces is up to you. Combine all ingredients into the slow cooker, starting with the chicken, which must be on the bottom, and along the sides to be sure it cooks properly. Cook on low for 8 hours, or on high for 4-5 hours. It really is that simple, and it's good to eat, too. Serve with sliced fresh tomatoes and a lettuce salad, and if you want something more, add some cranberry sauce.

CHICKEN BACON ALFREDO

BREAD BOWL


Ingredients

1 loaf French bread

1 1/2 cups Alfredo sauce

1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded

1 teaspoon Italian seasoning

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon garlic powder

2 cups cooked chicken, chopped

1 cup cooked bacon, chopped

1 cup tomatoes, diced

1/2 cup green onions, thinly sliced

1 cup Parmesan cheese, shredded

Chopped parsley, garnish (optional)

Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Cut the top of the French bread, off, and remove the bread inside to hollow it out. Place on a large baking sheet. Spread 2/3 of your Alfredo sauce evenly inside the loaf. Cover with a layer of mozzarella cheese. Mix together Italian seasoning, salt and garlic powder and sprinkle over cheese. Continue layering: chicken, bacon, tomatoes, remaining Alfredo sauce, green onions and top with Parmesan cheese. Bake for about 15 minutes or until cheese melts. Remove from oven, top with chopped parsley if desired, cut into slices and enjoy! Make sure to serve warm!

The Country Cousin

Thought for the week:
Read about a man who wanted to encourage his junior high school age son to learn more about America, and also wanted to keep him occupied for a while. In a magazine, he had recently found a map of the United States with all the states named and outlined. So he cut out the states on their dotted lines, and then asked the boy if he knew the names of all the states and where they were located. He did not. Dad then offered to pay the lad $10 if he would take the pieces to his room and reassemble the map. The boy agreed, and Dad settled in for a nice long nap. In about 20 minutes the boy was back with all the pieces taped together correctly. "However did you do that so fast?" Dad asked. "Well," said the boy, "I saw that the other side of the map was a full page picture of Jesus. When I turned to Jesus and put that back together, the country on the other side was right too." Think about it!

(This column is written by Shirley Prudhomme of Crivitz. Views expressed are her own and are in no way intended to be an official statement of the opinions of Peshtigo Times editors and publishers. She may be contacted by phone at 715-291-9002 or by e-mail to shirleyprudhommechickadee@yahoo.com.)


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