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  • Save on heating costs this winter
    Save on heating costs this winter
    Winter is coming, and with it comes higher heating bills. There are some easy, inexpensive ways that can help lower those bills while still remaining comfortable. Here are some ideas to get you started.1. Use a draft dodger on drafty window sills...
  • Minimize risks by being aware and informed, practice caution and preparedness
    Minimize risks by being aware and informed, practice caution and preparedness
    It may sound complicated, but it's actually about simplifying! With the Holidays soon approaching, and crime still prevalent in our area; in our World, it's a good time to refocus on caution and the big picture. Do you watch for...
  • Emergency car kits can save your life
    Preparing for winter - stocking an emergency car kit
    Before winter weather is upon us, it makes sense to assemble an emergency car kit. It can mean being a bit more comfortable in an uncomfortable situation, or even save your life. Here are recommendations on how to create a winter car emergency kit...
  • Be Prepared
    Would you know if your neighbor was a terrorist?
    How much do you really know about your neighbor? Would you know if your neighbor was terrorist? What about the guy at your local convenience store? Obviously the term “neighbor” here is a very liberal term meaning fellow American. It...
  • Is your child prepared survival skills every child should know, parents too
    Is your child prepared survival skills every child should know, parents too
    Being free to learn well, there is a whole slew of things the average child is missing today by not going outside to play and explore. It’s a different world than our grandparents grew up in. While folks on the homestead say a call to the...
  • Consider a generator to prepare for your next power outage
    Consider a generator to prepare for your next power outage
    Thousands of Lancaster County residents were without power at some point this past winter. During the storms last February, PPL reported over 28,000 in Lancaster County alone were without power. Met-Ed also reported outages. Between the two...
  • September is National Preparedness Month: How prepared is your family?
    September is National Preparedness Month: How prepared is your family?
    September is National Preparedness Month, brought to us by the good folks at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Ready.gov, and America’s PrepareAthon. Tornado Season (April, May, June) has given way to Hurricane Season (June 3...
  • Now the old age draws to an end
    18 ways to prepare for the shock of the future
    The New Message from God is a religious movement based upon the revelations of Marshall Vian Summers, considered by practitioners to be a Messenger from God. The following is a revelation given to Marshall Vian Summers on April 30, 2011, in...
  • Ebola virus
    Are you prepared for an Ebola virus outbreak?
    The Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever outbreak in West Africa continues to grow and has health officials scrambling to contain it. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as of August 6, the numbers stood at 1,711 suspected...
  • Unprecedented calamity
    What do natural disasters tell us of God's will for humanity?
    The New Message from God is a religious movement based upon the revelations of Marshall Vian Summers, considered by practitioners to be a Messenger from God. The following is a revelation given to Marshall Vian Summers on September 8, 2008, in...
  • Tropical Storm Arthur may be season’s first hurricane
    Tropical Storm Arthur may be season’s first hurricane
    The Fourth of July holiday weekend is almost here. Everyone is thinking about cookouts and picnics, friends and families, and … a possible hurricane. Tropical Storm Arthur is currently off the coast of Florida, spinning and building...
  • The key to Lightning Safety Week is being prepared
    The key to Lightning Safety Week is being prepared
    Summer is finally here. With it though comes the inevitable thunderstorms and lightning. This first full week of summer is also Lightning Safety Week. Already this year, seven deaths are the result of a lightning strike.Four of the deaths were in...
  • Prepare Georgia the first day of hurricane season, ultimate checklist
    Prepare Georgia the first day of hurricane season, ultimate checklist
    The first name to be used this season will be Arthur or Bertha, according to the World Meteorological Organization. Last hurricane season was a season with the fewest storm since 1982. A below-normal hurricane season is predicted also for this...
  • 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook
    Sales tax holiday for hurricane preparedness begins May 31
    Most residents of Florida realize that hurricanes are major tropical storms that can cause devastating waves, wind, flooding and rain. “Hurricane Season” runs from June 1st until November 30th in the Atlantic Ocean. The National...
  • Ag Progress Days
    Ag Progress Days opens registration for exhibitors
    The Exhibitor Online Registration is now available for the 2014 Ag Progress Days. Ag Progress Days is the largest outdoor agricultural exposition in Pennsylvania. It is held for three days every year in August and features the latest in technology...