April 2022

Spring means it’s time to hit the fishing ponds

Winter is over, although these chilly, damp days can be miserable. Now is the time for fishing farm ponds or small lakes. Fish are gorging after a long winter and fresh fillet dinners are welcome by most people with an appetite.
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Older people fret less about aging in place

The older you are, the less you fret about aging in place. That’s a key insight from a new Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll, which found that U.S. adults ages 65 or older feel much better prepared to age in their own homes than those 50-64, who are mostly still in the final stretches of their working years.
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Trump, fighting contempt fines, says he doesn’t have records

Donald Trump’s lawyers, seeking to reverse their client’s $10,000-per-day contempt fine, provided a New York judge Friday with an affidavit in which the former president claims he didn’t turn over subpoenaed documents to the state attorney general’s office because he doesn’t have them.
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