This is an excerpt from Dan’s new book, “Sportsman’s Quest.”
Each year at this time we all hear about New Year’s resolutions.
In this season of resolutions, I’m going to resolve to spend $1.80 less than usual each day. Would you like to join me? Why would that small amount make a difference? Think about this: $1.80 comes out to roughly $12.50 a week. Saving a measly $12.50 a week on groceries is totally doable, right? Shop the sales, use a few coupons and skip a few convenience items. That’s $50 every 4 weeks or $650 a year you can put in the bank or begin paying off any debt you may have.
Today we’re going to talk about romance scams. In my opinion, they are the cruelest hoaxes of all. Romance scams come in all forms and can appear anywhere. The root is usually the almighty dollar sign, although there can be other motivations such as power, control or downright cruelty.
Dick Senior is a self-taught naturalist in favor of protecting what is left of the wild horse population in this area. He is also known as the “Keeper of the Wheeler Well.” Senior renovated the well in 2010 and has been maintaining it as a watering station for wildlife ever since.
No one matched all five numbers and the mega number in Wednesday’s drawing of the California Super Lotto. The next jackpot will be at least $8 million.
You know who your friends are.
Last Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m., Rosemary Clarke Middle School held their winter concert in the gymnasium. A full house of spectators greeted the concert performers. An estimated 1,500 attended the concert. The winter concert was organized and directed by Robert C. White.
Pahrump Senior Center
“Could you do a story about my husband’s recent Desert Bighorn Sheep hunt? It would be my Christmas present to him.” That was the first e-mail I’ve received with such an interesting request.
One ticket matched all five numbers and the mega number in Wednesday’s drawing of the California Super Lotto, with a payout of $27 million. The next jackpot will be at least $7 million.