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    Renovations that will capture the buyers

    When selling your home, the finest of details matter and renovating your home may be a must to capture the attention of potential buyers. Here are a few renovation tips that will help give your home a new look and provide some extra space. Create Extra Storage and Clothing... Read more


    End of Year Savings

    Make it a John Deere holiday from Sydenstricker. Finish your holiday shopping with John Deere toys and merchandise. Most toys, clothing and licensed merchandise like coolers, cups and mailboxes are 20% off through Saturday, December 9th. Also, we will be featuring doorbuster savings every week that will be published... Read more


    When to Change Transmission Fluid

    You probably already know how important transmission fluid is for your automatic transmission, but one thing many people aren’t sure of is when to change transmission fluid. Transmission fluid acts as hydraulic fluid, lubricant, and coolant for your car, but that doesn’t mean it lasts forever. Transmission fluid has a shelf life too... Read more


    My First Christmas in Heaven

    I see the countless Christmas trees around the world below, with tiny lights, like Heaven’s stars, reflecting on the snow. The sight is so spectacular, please wipe away that tear. For I’m spending Christmas with Jesus Christ this year. I hear the many Christmas songs, that people hold so... Read more


    Ford Escape – Ford’s best selling compact SUV in 2017

    If you are in the market for a compact SUV or crossover, stop in at Jim Trenary Ford and check out the 2017 Ford Escape. The Escape is Ford’s best selling compact SUV for 2017 and it has many features that has made it so popular among car drivers.... Read more


    Hurry Up and Rest

    “Six days you shall work, but on the seventh day you shall rest. In plowing time and in harvest you shall rest.” Exodus 34:21 We’re heading into that best and worst and busiest season. The holidays. Reportedly about family and togetherness and warmth and love, etc. But often about... Read more


    Vestibular Rehab: Part 1-BPPV

    Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo or BPPV is one of the most common causes of vertigo, which is the sudden sensation of feeling like you are spinning or that the inside of your head is spinning. BPPV episodes are intermittent but are typically triggered by changes in head positions. Along... Read more


    Time for a Radiator Flush?

    Flushing your radiator pushes 4 to 5 gallons of anti-freeze through the system which pushes or flushes out all of the old anti-freeze and any contaminants that have build up in your cooling system. A flush guarantees that all of the old anti-freeze is removed from the system. Draining... Read more


    Veterans Day 2017

    On Friday, November 10, 2017, it will be Veteran’s Day. On this day, our entire nation pauses to give thanks for all of our military veteran’s, both past and present. Because of their sacrifices, we live in the greatest country in the world. Their selflessness afforded us the many... Read more


    Winter is time for shopping and scheduling service at Sydenstricker in Moscow Mills

    Heading into the holidays, Sydenstricker John Deere has expanded events to offer customers discounts and fun. Ladies’ Night is an opportunity for ladies to have a fun night out with friends and get a jumpstart on holiday shopping. Sydenstricker is hosting 4 Ladies’ Night events this year including Moscow... Read more


    It’s a Scam! Protecting seniors from money thugs

    Every year hucksters bilk almost $3 billion from older Americans. Here’s how you can help prevent scam artists from attacking your senior loved ones: . Make sure your senior’s phone has caller ID and he or she knows how to screen unsolicited calls. Remind elders to not answer calls... Read more


    Healthy Numbers

    Heart rate is read by the beats per minute (bpm). The average resting heart rate range is 60 to 90 bpm for a “healthy” individual. Heart rate is important when exercising because to exercise properly you should keep your heart rate in a Target Heart Rate Zone. Too high... Read more


    Get your vehicle ready for the winter season

    As the seasons change, motorists must take steps to safe guard their vehicles, especially when the season changes from fall to winter. Each winter, many vehicles are subjected to sub-zero temperatures, snowfall and icy roads, and such conditions can take a toll on vehicles over time. Taking steps to... Read more


    You Don’t Have to Go as ‘Change’ for Halloween

    Change is a necessary ingredient for any adventure, isn’t it? But change is also a present factor in most tragedies. It can be perilously easy to let the fear of the latter overcome a desire and drive for the former. This time of year, with all the ghouls and... Read more


    Choosing a Funeral Home & Crematory

    In this day and age, more and more people are choosing cremation for their final wishes. When considering which funeral home or crematory to utilize it is an important decision. There are several factors to consider. Is the facility 100 percent locally family owned and operated? At McCoy-Blossom Funeral... Read more


    Introducing the new Valvoline 3 point Fuel System Service

    Carbon deposit buildup can cause sputtering, hesitation and loss of acceleration in Gasoline Direct Injection engines, even in lower mileage vehicles. Until now, addressing this problem required an invasive engine dismantle and up to 8 hours of labor. Valvoline is proud to introduce the new Valvoline 3 point fuel... Read more


    5 Tips to preparing your home for sale

    Many buyers today want move-in-ready homes and will quickly eliminate an otherwise great home by focusing on a few visible flaws. Before the first prospect walks through your door, consider some smart options for casting your home in its best light. 1.  Have a Home Inspection Be proactive by... Read more


    Fall Harvest Safety

    Many don’t realize that agriculture ranks among the nation’s most hazardous industries and we all rely on the crop production for our food supply. Whether you are a motorist or a farmer, make sure you do your part to make the roads safer this harvest by following these tips.... Read more