Dear Annie: What do you do about embarrassing memories that pop into your head randomly and make you want to crawl in a hole?
Dear Annie: This is in response to your column concerning people who wanted to notify authorities about their neighbors' children playing together during COVID-19 times. I would say that if they are not invading your space, leave them alone. You have the right to selfisolate and will be protected if you do so.
Dear Annie: I've been chatting with a guy online for a few weeks now -- nothing serious, just light, "getting to know you" conversations, with some flirtation sprinkled in.
SMITH CENTER- As the medical team at Smith County Memorial Hospital is growing, Lindsay Rut, a physician assistant from Beloit, will be joining the team on June 3.
Because of the pandemic, people have cleared the shelves of many food items, including flour and prepared foods. After those were wiped out, they started buying up gluten-free foods, leaving those with food allergies with limited products to buy.