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Residential & Commercial Listings Hundreds of Sioux City & Area Homes

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HOME OF THE WEEK 373 Riviera Circle, Dakota Dunes, SD This beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home was built by Wegher in Dakota Dunes! Some amenities include a 22x12 stamped concrete patio, granite counter tops, cherry cabinets, gas fireplace, tile in master bath with tile walk-in shower, tile in main bath and laundry room. It also has 10 ft ceilings and beautiful wood floors. There is 1 finished bedroom in the basement. Directions: Take Dakota Dunes Blvd to the round-a-bout. 3rd right is E Sawgrass, turn right. Riviera Circle will be on your left in about 1 block.

$359,000 For more information about today’s Home of the Week contact: Nick Kuehl | Kuehl Realty | 712-253-4030

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What are some New Year’s resolutions for your home?

A Professional Full-Service Firm For All Your Housing Needs 2018 Indian Hills Dr., Sioux City •

BY STACI GIORDULLO

1583 120th Street

Angie’s List (TNS)

It’s that time of year where we resolve to make our lives better. From eating healthier to getting more sleep, now is when we declare our intent to step it up a notch. Would it surprise you then, to hear your house has a thing or two of its own to resolve in the new year? We’re not talking about daily maintenance routines or quarterly checkups – this is a list of tasks you only need to tackle on an annual basis.

DIY ENERGY AUDIT

Lowering the thermostat and swapping out your incandescent bulbs for LEDs and CFLs is a great start to reducing your energy bill, but what other steps can you take to make your house more energy efficient? Try conducting a DIY home energy audit. Start by checking windows, doors, chimneys and electrical outlets for air leaks. If the draft isn’t obvious, use a lit candle or stick of incense to detect unwanted air flowing into your house. Resolve by using caulk around windows, a sweep seal on doors, draft plug in the chimney and foam insulated pads behind outlet covers to help eliminate the drafts. Also, unplug unused appliances and devices to prevent phantom energy sapping. Wrap an insulating cover around the water heater and make sure to seal visible air duct joints with new tape to keep air from escaping.

NEW LISTING! Spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bath multi-level home that sits on 5 acres. 40x63 steel building with a shop, office, loft & bath. Oversized 2 car attached garage. 2 great family rooms, up & down! Lots of room & lots of extras here! $258,000

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Flushing your water heater can improve performance dramatically.

vent opening outside your house to ensure there are no obstructions.

FLUSH THE WATER HEATER

Draining the water heater is something we all need to do on a regular basis - especially if yours makes a banging or clanking noise every time it kicks on (which is the sound of water percolating through calcium and lime deposits).

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REVIEW INSURANCE POLICY

An annual review of your homeowners insurance policy is a must. Fingers crossed you’ll never need to use it, but you want to make sure you have adequate coverage on both the structure and your belongings. It’s important to understand what’s covered and what isn’t, as well as whether you have replacement value coverage (doesn’t account for depreciation) or actual cash value coverage (allows for depreciation), which is typically less desirable. If you’ve remodeled or added a pool or storage shed, make sure that’s noted on your policy.

2615 Morgan Street

Nice little Bungalow on a large lot.3rd Bedroom was converted to Laundry room on the main. Nice 2 car garage in front. Evening street light comes on at dawn in front. Property is being Sold in As is Condition. Buyer rights to any and all inspections. AHS will be provided for the Buyer! $84,900 OPEN SUNDAY 12:30-2:00

NEW LISTING! Very well cared for 2 bedroom ranch in Leeds! Very spacious rooms, updated kitchen & bathroom, single attached garage, beautiful hardwood floors & main floor laundry. Nice quiet location, large backyard with level lot & clean unfinished basement! Check it out today!

RECENT LISTING!

Beautiful, custom built “1” owner home! This 2,652 sq.ft. ranch is located right off C-80, Clean & cozy bungalow home located in a good quiet W’side minutes from Hinton or Sioux City. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, wonderful main flr family room neighborhood. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, single detached garage, enclosed front and back porch. New carpet and paint throughout! w/ fireplace, spacious kitchen w/ new counters & appliances, main flr laundry & oversized 3 car garage. Many updates here, too many to list! Low Plymouth County taxes!! Take a peek and you’ll be impressed! $69,950.

4343 Grant Street

3000 Valley Drive

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Come be surprised! Updated 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 story home in Leeds. Long list of substantial improvements: furnace / AC, water heater, carpet, laminate flooring, roof & epoxied basement floor. Come check it out!

401 Windsor Way Sergeant Bluff

A quality built house that has been exquisitely maintained. The homeowner and builder thought of everything when this home was built, there are different tray ceilings in the three bedrooms on the main floor, with dimmer switches to control the 2 tray ceilings in the master, the master bath features a very large tile walk in shower with a curved glass block wall, 4 ft wide hall ways and stair well, 10 foot ceilings on the main floor and 9 foot ceilings in the basement. There are steps going up to the attic, and an exceptional amount of storage throughout this home with several linen closets throughout, The kitchen has an over abundant amount of counter space as well as cabinets with a lighted pantry. The composite deck will lend years of enjoyment with no maintenance necessary. New Roof in 2015, new water heater in 2016 $359,000 OPEN SUNDAY 2:30-4:00

205 Topaz, Sergeant Bluff

Completely updated home featuring granite counter tops, new hardwood floors, carpeting and other flooring. New siding and roof. Beautifully decorated spacious floor plan with a very nice expansive finished basement with 3 more rooms used as bedrooms, but no egress. Great location, close to schools and shopping. Opportunity is knocking, open the door. $249,000

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CLEAN THE DRYER VENT

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, dryers cause more than 15,000 household fires each year – most of which ignite due to a clogged vent. To properly clean the vent, detach the dryer and use a flexible brush, air compressor or vacuum/Shop-Vac to remove the buildup. Make sure you clear the entire length of the vent. Also clean the area around the dryer for better air circulation. Visually inspect the

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WOW! New Price! Location Plus! Attractive, well appointed home with 3 baths, formal dining, 2 bdrms, 3rd used as an office / den. You will enjoy the ambience of this lovely home. Close to everything! NOW $169,950!

BUILDING SITE 1705 Goldie Avenue

Great investment opportunity! 11 unit complex, low vacancy. $89,900

Nice double level lot in Riverside. Located across the street from Goldie Park. Price Reduced! Now…$9,995!

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Younger buyers lead the market BY JIM WOODARD

Creators Syndicate Inc.

Today’s younger home buyers are leading the pack in home sales in the middle regions of the country, according to Ellie Mae’s latest Millennial Tracker. “As housing prices continue to rebound, millennials are increasingly representing a higher percentage of homeowners in the middle of the country,” says Joe Tyrrell, executive vice president of Corporate Strategy at Ellie Mae, as quoted in a report by the National Association of Realtors. “Meanwhile, cities in California and Florida saw the least millennial home buying activity this fall, including Los Angeles, Miami, San Diego, San Francisco, and Tampa-St. Petersburg.” Here’s a profile of the millennial home buyer based on the latest readings from the index: “About half of millennial borrowers are nearly 29 years old. About half were single and half were married (which reflects a growth in single homeownership). Their FICO credit scores averaged 722. “They are able to afford a pricier home than they were six months ago. The average appraised value of a home bought by millennial buyers has jumped from $212,939 in June to $223,153. More than three quarters of closed loans for millennials were purchases, and 22 percent were refinances. The average loan amount was $184,733.”

QUESTIONS FROM READERS

QUESTION: Are home values rising rapidly? ANSWER: Yes, in fact home prices are rising

at a rate not seen since 2006. In November, national home values rose at their fastest annual pace since 2006, near the peak of the housing bubble, according to a Zillow Real Estate report. “Rents, which were the big story of 2016 as they rose at a record pace, have slowed considerably to a 1.5 percent annual appreciation rate; this rate is expected to continue

into 2017. The median monthly rent payment in the U.S. is now $1,403. “Home values were 6.5 percent higher this November than last. Strong growth is especially evident in a handful of new powerhouse markets, including Seattle, Denver, Portland and Dallas, whose strong job markets attracted new home buyers over the last year.” Q: Are mortgage applications increasing? A: Yes, mortgage applications increased 2.5 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the MBA.

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OPEN SUNDAY 11:00-12:00 OPEN SUNDAY 12:15-1:15 OPEN SUNDAY 1:30-2:30 4529 FLOYD BLVD.

Corner lot bungalow. 4BRs, 1BA. MF: new carpet & updated BA. Hardwood floors in the LR & DR. Finished basement. Detached 2 stall garage.

2856 Charles Avenue,

Rural Salix, IA • MLS# 716447 Call me today to see this beautiful and secluded acreage with 4 bedroom home. Full unfinished basement with 9 foot sidewalls, ready for you to expand your living space even more! Master bath includes a jetted tub and walk-in closet. Be sure to enjoy the fireplace this winter! 40x50 machine shed will house all your outdoor equipment and has large heated area for a year-round workshop. $250,000

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2105 CYPRESS

2BDs, 1.5 BAs. A fixer upper w/ lots of potential here. Plus possible 3rd BD downstairs.

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24 HERITAGE PLACE

5005 HAMILTON BLVD.

5-6 BRs, 4 BAs. New Roof. Dual On .70 acre corner lot. 4BDs/ 4BAs w/ many 4BRs, 3BAs colonial home on three lots Heat Pumps. Heated Garage Floors, updates. Eat-in kitchen & formal dining area. for a total of 4.34 acres. 2 Fireplaces, LL: BA s/ Heated Floors, LR w/ Wet Fireplace. Basement finished w/ walk out to patio. 3 4 stall garage, outdoor Kit. and in ground Bar. Too many features to list! seasons porch/deck. 2 car garage. pool. A must see to truly appreciate! $

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230 WINDFLOWER BEND

108 ROTTUNDA WAY, S.S.C.

5BRs, Formal DR open to Gourmet Kit Beautiful 4BDs, ranch style home w/ 3 1/2 baths, oversized garage. Open floor plan is perfect for LR w/ fireplace. Main floor laundry. Master BR suite w/ lg BA w/ shower. entertainment & festive occasions. The community has ponds for fishing & great walking trails. Plus: beautiful wet bar. fenced backyard.

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453 36TH ST

Home completely renovated inside & out. 2BRs, 2BAs. Newer Kit., 3 season porch, fenced yard,

PENDING 127,900

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4BRs, 1.5 BAs, 3 car garage! New dishwasher, carpet, interior paint &

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Updates: Kit. new stainless steel 5BRs, 2BAs. Beautiful Victorian home. Lg apps. & new counters. Updated BA. living area w/ fireplace, hardwood floors DR: new wood floors & opens to the & updated Kit. w/ island, formal dining. lg LR. Lg yard & 2 garages. Close to schools & hospital.

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3 BRs, 1 BAs, Lg living room, main floor laundry, huge 2 car garage, nice level lot. 1154 sq. ft. Move in ready! Built in 1992.

95,000

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Updates: metal roof, BA, carpets & paint. Spacious kit. w/ dining area. Spacious yard w/ storage shed. Basement is waiting for your creative touch.

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How to build a shower seat for convenience, safety BY JAMES DULLEY

Creators Syndicate Inc.

DEAR JAMES: My balance is worse than when I was younger so I want to build a seat for my shower stall. What are some basic construction and sizing tips for making one myself? – John A. DEAR JOHN: A shower seat is a wonderful convenience feature for any age group. While you are building and installing the shower seat, you should also install some grab bars. Make sure to install them according to the

manufacturer’s instructions because they have to support a lot of weight when needed. A shower seat can be made to any size that is comfortable to sit on. It would be wise to make it a height so your feet can rest on the bottom of the stall when seated. This makes it easier to stand up and also more convenient when she shaves her legs. First, sit on a chair and measure your position to get a feel for how deep to make the shower seat. An additional four inches in depth is usually adequate if you want to also

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3BR/1.75BA Ranch home on .94 acre! Spacious living, partially finished basement and 2 car garage! $149,950

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use it as a storage shelf for shampoo, soap, shaving items, etc. If you are going to build a shower seat for any member of the entire family to use, a seat height of about 15 inches is a comfortable compromise. Building a shower seat that matches the shower stall walls always looks nice, but it may be much extra work. Other materials, such as cultured marble or laminate, are easy to work with and water resistant. A dark shower seat that contrasts with the old tile will also look nice.

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3BR/1BA very nice home on corner lot. Estate sale – selling as is! $104,950

3BR/2BA – Awesome acreage close to town! Mint condition – tons of updates and space. $250,000

2-story 3BR/2BA home on large corner lot – 2 car garage plus 1 car garage & Shed. $79,500

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Beautiful home! Spacious 1 ½ story – 4BR/3BA; vaulted ceilings; master suite w/whirlpool tub; 3 car garage. $299,000

NEW CONTRUCTION! 3BR/2BA – 2 car garage. Open concept & main floor laundry. $179,000

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3404 El Dorado Way, So. Sioux City, NE 3BA/2BA home close to schools, newer roof, single car garage!

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New construction – town homes. Main floor laundry, open concept, fireplace, 2BR, 2 car garage!

4BR/1.75BA Solid home with original woodwork, fenced yard, HUGE garage. REDUCED $90,000

3BR home on 2 lots; main floor laundry, spacious kitchen, detached garage $79,900

2BR/2BA newer home with spacious rooms, main floor laundry, 2 car garage. $138,000

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Stunning ranch home with 4BR/3BA! Basement is newly finished complete with entertainment room/ bar! 3 car garage! $329,950

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503 Red Bird Ln, So. Sioux City, NE 4BR/4BA home in a great location! Over 4000 sq ft, finished basement, park-like back yard! $259,000

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Most of these seat finishing materials will require a supporting frame beneath them to handle the weight of a person. Standard 2x4 lumber assembled with nails is adequately strong. With all the moisture present, it might be wise to build the frame with pressuretreated lumber and galvanized or stainless steel nails. When finishing the shower seat with tile, make the frame about one inch smaller than the seat’s finished size to allow room for the plywood or cement backer boards and waterproof membrane. When using other thicker finishing materials size the frame smaller accordingly. Water leakage into the seat framing is always a potential problem. To minimize the possibility of leakage, cover the seat frame with a waterproof vinyl membrane. To do it properly, remove a few rows of floor tiles and extend the membrane under them. Also make sure the seat slopes down away from the wall to keep water from standing on it. Only a slight slope is required or it may feel strange to sit on. With the membrane in place, cover the frame with water-resistant cement backer board. It is especially important to use this material if you are going to finish the seat with tile. Be careful not to tear the membrane during this step. When you have completed installing the finishing materials, seal any gaps with standard clear silicone tub caulk. Send your questions to Here’s How, 6906 Royalgreen Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45244 or visit www.dulley.com.


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Add a touch of gold for new year glam to your home BY CATHY HOBBS

Tribune News Service

Every now and then, every home can benefit from a bit of glam. Enter gold. Once the finish of choice in the ‘80s, it fell out of favor in the ‘90s, often considered to be gaudy. Now, gold dominates the shelves of home decor retailers and remains one of the hottest finishes for accessories and accents. When looking for ways to incorporate gold into your home, here are some Design Recipes tips. 1. Use gold as a finish for fixtures such as faucets, cabinet or door handles. 2. Yellow and yellow-based tones can be used to include gold and gold accents. 3. Bookshelves are great opportunities to incorporate interesting accents. 4. Accessories such as decorative elements can be used to incorporate gold accents. 5. Don’t be afraid to mix different shades of gold in a space. 6. Reflective elements such as gold mirrors can add an instant touch of glam. 7. Use gold when looking for opportunities to create a bold design statement. 8. Consider color mapping – a technique in which you can repeat gold accents throughout a space to help make the space feel connected and cohesive. 9. Incorporate lighting that accents gold tones. 10. Add gold to an accent wall. Cathy Hobbs, based in New York City, is an Emmy Award-winning television host and a nationally known interior design and home staging expert with offices in New York

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Gold accent accessories add a bit of glam to this living room. You can incorporate gold into your design any time you want to be bold.

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1,914 sq ft, 2bdrm, 2bath in The Willows, Dakota Dunes.

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NEW PRICE $79,950 This charming 3 BR, 1 BA Morningside bungalow has been remodeled! Newer kitchen, bathroom, windows, floors and a new furnace in 2014. Parking out back, alley access.

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Jeff Rugg: How to keep New Year’s garden resolutions BY JEFF RUGG

Creators Syndicate Inc.

Many people will be glad 2016 is over. Research has often shown that people can relieve stress in gardens, either through enjoying an existing garden or the act of gardening. For those of us who like to work in our gardens, it is important to sometimes stop working and literally smell the roses. Right this moment, resolve to enjoy your garden more in 2017 by eating outside more often, strolling through the yard to smell the

flowers – without pulling any weeds – and having at least one party. Resolutions that involve others are more likely to be kept. Invite family and friends to participate in yours. You can also have strangers help you, as you help them by doing community volunteer work. Be creative. Many people’s resolution is to exercise more often. They think they need to join a gym, but gardening and other outdoor activities can be a form of healthy exercise. If you need to exercise more, relieve stress

or spend more time with the family, invite others to help create a community garden plot. Share the work, and share the produce. Don’t forget to send some to your local food pantry or shelter. Your local park district or forest preserve district would love to have more volunteers. You can clear invasive plants or monitor trails for problems. You’ll get the exercise you want and help the community at the same time. Another fun resolution is to learn more

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about gardening. Resolve to take a gardening class with your local extension office, which is part of your state university. They offer classes on many gardening subjects all year long. You can also learn by going to see what others are doing. If you can’t plan your vacation around a garden show, at least visit arboretums and gardens near your destination. To help your garden and landscape grow better and healthier this year, repeat the following resolutions after me. --I resolve to add more mulch to my flowerbeds in places where it will decrease weeds, thus saving me money on weed killers and protecting the environment from useless weed killer applications. --I resolve to take the money-wasting mulch off the trunks of my trees, so they stop looking like a mountain of mulch is holding them up. Piling mulch on tree trunks doesn’t help them – it kills them. --I resolve to save time and money by pruning my trees and shrubs into their natural shapes, not goofy squares or balls. --I resolve to find out what disease or insect is affecting my plant before I pollute my yard with poisons that are used for treating something else. “It can’t hurt” isn’t really true. --I resolve to mow my grass at a higher height. The longer leaves will support a better root system, and the grass will need less water and fight off weeds better. --I resolve to start a compost pile and add to it regularly, so that I don’t have to waste money buying compost to add to my garden. --I resolve to take my power tools and lawnmower for servicing and sharpening.


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A NEW LEVEL OF EXPERIENCE & INTEGRITY

1. GIFT PARAPHERNALIA

Shopping bags, crinkled gift ribbon and 9. CHIPPED MUGS ripped wrapping paper: Toss it all. Nothing It’s time to purge your cabinets of the ranpsychologically prevents you from enjoying dom, chipped, coffee-stained mugs that not a fresh start like Christmas-themed trash even a college kid would keep around. sticking around and cluttering up your home. Move onward!

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Take the new year as an opportunity to clean shop in your medicine cabinet. Get rid of prescriptions and over-the-counter pills that have expired or that you haven’t used in months, since it’s also unsafe to keep expired medicine around.

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4 secrets of successful organic gardeners for the new year BY MAUREEN GILMER Tribune News Service

Learning to grow vegetables is a trial and failure endeavor. In the beginning, you get small successes and devastating failures until experience teaches you the hard lessons of nature and her vegetable minions. In most cases, it’s the under-40 crowd who are having challenges if their parents never gardened, so nothing was handed down. It’s not their fault, they just haven’t failed enough like everyone did when they first began. To help busy gardeners do better in the new year, here are some solutions to help avoid the major failures and save yourself a lot of work to boot: 1. MAKE WATER AUTOMATIC. The vast majority of vegetable gardens in drier regions fail due to too much or too little water. That is usually because of human error, which most often is forgetting to water. Truth is, as summer approaches and kids get out of school, everything gets too hectic to remember to tend the garden each day. This is where failure begins because every parent knows you’ll never get caught up by back-to-school season. For everyone’s sake, and to prevent hoses left running and the inevitable waste that follows, install an irrigation system and put it on a strictly controlled timer. 2. SMALL AND DIVERSE. Unless you have a large Grow densely in raised beds to obtain the greatest yields you can for minimal square footage. backyard in-ground garden, you’re probably growing in raised beds of one sort or another. This limits your square footage. Problems arise when one big collard takes over your beautiful bed or a cherry tomato demands the one next door too. This demonstrates how smaller gardens need to focus on a wide diversity of plant types sized for optimal yield from a 4-by-8-foot bed or a 32-square-foot rectangle. It allows you to pack them in during the cool garden season for a huge range of leaf and root crops. In summer, the dwarf patio tomato types may prove more amenable, bush beans over pole beans, cilantro, basil and shorter, densegrowing peppers. Open Sunday 1:00-2:00 Handout/TNS

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3. USE ROW COVERS. Almost every heirloom seed catalog carries row cover growing supplies. The row cover is a lightweight tube that shelters your plants and keeps bugs out. This is huge for lettuce and the cabbage family, Asian vegetables and all the traditional American pot greens. Where aphids are a real pest, these covers keep them out completely

and your greens will be miraculously perfect. You won’t have to be faced with the chemical pest control dilemma either. Be aware that in summer you must open row covers to let pollinators come in for the flowering vegetables. Heavier gauge row covers can go on in the fall to hold your crops for deep winter harvest. 4. PICK OFTEN. The more you harvest your

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plants, the more they produce. Pick every day even if you don’t need to, because that requires you go out there and get personal with those plants. In the process you’ll notice how they look when happy, so you’ll know at a glance when they aren’t doing well. You’ll feel a normally stiff and upright leaf feel soft and floppy and you’ll know moisture is deficient. And if a pest does get in there, you’ll find the problem on day one before your crop is damaged. The only way to really learn how to grow vegetables and flowers is to accept the trial and failure process. Every time you try something new, it gets better and better as you build your knowledge base. That knowledge base is driven by your failures more than successes. Failures drive you to study what went wrong and why. Only then will you know how to avoid that one next year. This trial-and-failure learning process occurs during a gardener’s entire life, so don’t quit if you’re discouraged. Each year the effort will grow ever more successful, but only if you strive to learn from the consequences. Maureen Gilmer is an author, horticulturist and landscape designer. Learn more at www. MoPlants.com. Contact her at mogilmer@ yahoo.com or P.O. Box 891, Morongo Valley, CA 92256. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.


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If you paid ‘em, toss ‘em, unless you need 16. UNUSED GIFTS to keep them for tax purposes. Alternatively, You did your civic duty and kept it around scan important documents and keep a soft- out of guilt, but you haven’t used it... in a copy on an external hard drive for future year. It’s time for the guilt gifts to go. reference.

17. TAKEOUT MENUS

While you’re at it, toss earrings that have been missing a match for ages. You need to face the reality that the missing earring won’t be magically walking back into your life.

19. PARTY FAVORS

You’ve likely come home with some relatively meaningless items from parties and weddings over the past year. We all have mementos we keep around for sentimentality, but some of it is just junk. Unless you love it, clear it out.

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DOMAINE You can easily order in via the internet or One word: useless. Get the latest on home decor trends, design Did you make it a priority in the last six your choice of smartphone apps. Toss the 18. OLD WARRANTIES months to fix it? Then the item is not a prior- old takeout menus cluttering your fridge or If they’re expired or you’re never going to ideas, shopping guides and food news on Doneed them, get rid of them. ity to you and you don’t really need it because kitchen drawer. maineHome.com. you lived six months without it. Get rid of broken jewelry you haven’t worn or made an effort to fix. While you’re at it, toss earrings that have been missing a match for ages. You need to face the reality that the missing earring won’t be magically walking back into your life. 13. BROKEN JEWELRY

14. DRIED PENS

No one needs the number of pens they mysteriously accumulate and we bet half of them don’t even work. Streamline your collection.

15. OLD BATH MATS

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QUESTION: Is the U.S. the world’s leader in real estate investment? ANSWER: Yes. The United States remains the world’s most popular choice for foreign real estate capital, according to the latest annual survey of overseas investors by the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate. Ninety-five percent of global investors surveyed said they planned to increase or maintain their level of U.S. investment,

according to a report from the National Association of Realtors. “Nevertheless, investor caution is slowly growing surrounding U.S. real estate. The caution is being sparked over the uncertainty in policies and the legislative agenda of a new administration, rising interest rates, and closing gaps between interest and capitalization rates, says James Fetgatter, CEO of the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate.” Q: Are mortgage rates rising? A: Yes. Freddie Mac released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey, showing average fixed mortgage rates moving higher for the ninth consecutive week. “Despite the recent jump in mortgage rates since the election, the annual average for the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was 3.65 percent in 2016, the lowest annual average ever recorded in the Freddie Mac PMMS going back to 1971. “In the latest report, the 30-year fixedrate mortgage averaged 4.32 percent with an average 0.5 point for the week, up from last week when it averaged 4.30 percent. “A year ago at this time, the 30-year FRM averaged 4.01 percent. The 15-year FRM this week averaged 3.55 percent with an average 0.5 point, up from last week when it averaged 3.52 percent.” Q: Are mortgage applications picking up? A: Not at this point. In the latest report, mortgage applications decreased 12 percent from two weeks earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association. The results included adjustments to account for the Christmas holiday. Q: What remodeling projects are most likely to boost the value of a home above the cost of the project? A: First, consider the landscaping. This will give the “curb appeal” that is needed for important first impressions. Inside, the renovation of kitchen and bathrooms seem to be winners with prospective buyers.

Mushrooms growing near toilet BY C. DWIGHT BARNETT Tribune News Service

QUESTION: Hello, there have been a lot of mushrooms near my toilet recently. They are the ones with a white stick and black top. The tiles around that area seem to be black in the corners. How do I approach this situation? What do I do? I am trying to do whatever it is myself, as I don’t have the funds to get professional help right now. Can you give me tips on how to fix the problem? ANSWER: The mushrooms grow in wet or

damp and dark environments. This means there is a continuous source of moisture at or near the toilet. I would estimate that one in 10 homes I inspect have a loose toilet bowl-to-floor connection that needs to be repaired. Without repairs, the situation can only get worse. I have seen sagging, rotting floors near the toilet that you might eventually step through and injure yourself. There is a wax ring between the openings

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easy but messy to replace the wax ring. The water has to be shut off to the toion the underside of the toilet bowl to seal let and the tank is sponged dry to prevent spillage. The two bolts securing the bowl the bowl to the plumbing sewer ring attached to the floor of the bathroom. Poor to the floor ring are loosened and the enor improper installation has allowed the tire toilet is removed. Wearing disposable gloves, you remove and scrape all of the seal to leak to the wood subfloor of the old wax ring from the bottom of the toibathroom. let and the ring on the floor. A new wax This is a DIY repair if you have advanced skills in carpentry, minor skills in ring, usually less than $5.00, is installed plumbing, and the strength and agility to and the toilet is reset with new bolts atlift and reset a heavy porcelain toilet. It’s tached to the ring on the floor.

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I don’t know about you, but for me, putting things away also purges them from my memory. Out of sight, out of mind has become my unfortunate mantra. The result is a house and an office/studio that are a mess. For me, 2017 has to start out with some kind of effective system that helps me to get organized and check the items off my to-do list. Walking the aisles of the office supply store, I discovered a couple of handy supplies that have become the backbone of my new system that is a visual to-do list, or see it, do it. An 8 1/2-by-11-inch Plexiglas sign stand and 7-inch rubber bands afford me the opportunity to organize all of the tasks I need to accomplish in any day, week or month. The key is that it looks good enough to keep it on display in my house and studio. If you’re tired of curling sticky notes and a magnet-encrusted fridge, this may be the system for you. The sign stand has a handy opening to slide in a blank sheet of paper or a monthly calendar sheet for handy reference. And the 8 1/2-inch dimension is perfect for holding large 7-inch rubber bands (in bright colors) or stretchy hair bands in all colors and patterns that are available in the accessory aisle of any Target or beauty supply store. Once the bands are slipped over the sign stand,

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they will support any paper notes that serve as reminders for daily, weekly or monthly chores. I think it’s fun to cut shapes to coordinate with each task, which looks good and reminds me at a glance to buy valentine supplies or to write holiday thank you notes. And you’re not likely to forget a carpool day or a school holiday with a little visual reminder sitting on display all month. I also like to include coupons on my display, especially those with expiration dates, so I can be sure to use them before they expire. After several months the rubber bands will need to be replaced – the more they are stretched, the more quickly they wear out, but they are inexpensive and easy to replace. So if you’re writing notes on a calendar or keeping track of tasks and schedules on a smartphone or tablet, try going old school with a to-do list that goes vertical like this display. It helps to put a little color and style into your daily, weekly and monthly tasks and the visual reminders are an effective way to keep your list in front of your face where it will not easily be forgotten. Contact Sandi and find free video demonstrations of more photo projects at www. sandigenovese.com. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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Hurry to see this wonderful raised ranch home on 3 lots (.43 acres) with outstanding landscaping and privacy galore! Lots of updates in this 3 bedroom home nestled among the trees. Large eat in kitchen has hardwood floors, sliders to deck, breakfast bar and lots of windows, Enjoy a restful time sitting in the 4 season porch.

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5 bedroom, 4 bath two story home located on quiet North Side cul de sac! This wonderfully updated home sits on approximately an acre of private, lushly landscaped yard including a spectacular pool area, waterfalls and a back yard that is a private oasis! Large eat-in kitchen has granite counter tops, tile backsplash, hardwood floors, breakfast bar and eat in area. Master suite is extra spacious with an updated master bath and walk in closet.

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3 bedroom, 2 bath, one and a half story home with over sized garage. Cedar siding. New roof shingles in June 2016 and new septic system in May of 2016. Large deck on back. Large family room on main has beautiful oak built ins and brick gas log fireplace. Eat in kitchen and formal dining.

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Style at Home: Interesting art arrangements finish a room making a gallery that features photos and other memorabilia that tell the story of your family, past and present. TIP FROM DILLON: To hang a gallery, Dillon suggests you start at the middle then work your way out. Lay the pieces on the floor and move them about until you have an arrangement you like. Take a photo with your phone so you can replicate the layout on the wall. Dillon rarely lines up the frames when he arranges collections. Instead, he likes the groupings to feel a little more random.

BY MARY CAROL GARRITY

Tribune News Service (TNS)

You can fill your room with beautiful furniture and accents, but it won’t look finished until the walls come alive with artwork. If you have blank walls or beautiful pieces of art stored away that you’ve never hung, make that your new year’s resolution. You will be blown away by how putting a few pieces up will give your spaces personality and style, and make your home a warm reflection of you.

A FLASH OF MIRRORS

To help you get started, here are a few ideas for interesting art arrangements created by Dillon, the artwork coordinator at Nell Hill’s.

A WALL OF TRAYS

Artwork encompasses much more than framed paintings. Trays, platters and dishes are among my favorite things to hang on the wall. To hang trays, thread a bit of wire through the handles or cut outs on the sides of the tray. Or, use plate grippers. TIP FROM DILLON: The secret to decorating with trays, plates and platters is to group together a variety of sizes and shapes. Start by placing the larger pieces in the middle, then fan out from there.

A CELEBRATION OF MEMORIES

One of the chief aims of artwork is to reflect the unique personality of those who live there. One of my favorite things to do when I visit people is to see their artwork and

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I love using mirrors as art. They add brilliant beauty to a room, bouncing light and opening up the space. Add a mirror to a collection of art. Hang one over your mantel or above a buffet. Or, cluster a group of smaller mirrors together to make one head-turning Handout/TNS display, like Dillon did. Mirrors add brilliant beauty to a room, TIP FROM DILLON: To create this 3-D effect, bouncing light and opening up the space. Dillon layered one mirror on top of another, Left: Consider making a gallery that features using longer nails for the mirrors on the top photos and other memorabilia that tell the layer so they could easily rest over those story of your family, past and present. below. This column was adapted from Mary Carol accents, to get a glimpse of the things they Garrity’s blog at www.nellhills.com. She can care about most. For many of us, our fami- be reached at marycarol@nellhills.com. Dislies are paramount in our lives. So consider tributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

Plumber: Intelligent question about smart plumbing fixtures BY ED DEL GRANDE

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QUESTION: Dear Ed, I recently read about the growing interest in smart plumbing fixtures like electronic toilets and kitchen faucets. While I like the concept of these plumbing fixtures for the future, since most run on electric power aren’t they non-functional during a power outage? - Edward, Michigan ANSWER: Great question. First, electronic plumbing fixtures are becoming very popular. Musical showerheads that link up to your cellphone, touchless on/off kitchen faucets, digital shower mixing valves and smart toilets that flush automatically are just some of the new technology available. The good news is many of these products run on rechargeable batteries or have manual override systems in the event of a power outage. (Check for available back-up features.) However, I believe as we all get more and more dependent on new home technology, a standby generator system should also be considered. BOTTOM LINE: If you’re looking for the

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ultimate back-up power system, it’s time to get charged up about standby generators. Master Contractor/Plumber Ed Del Grande is known internationally as the author of the book “Ed Del Grande’s House Call,” the host of TV and Internet shows, and a LEED green associate. Visit eddelgrande.com or write eadelg@cs.com. Always consult local contractors and codes. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.


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Considerations when building a healthy home

BY ED DEL GRANDE

Tribune News Service

QUESTION: Dear Ed: I am looking to install a new kitchen sink, and I have seen products called composite sinks. What is a composite kitchen sink, and have you worked with them in the past? - Jean, New England ANSWER: I have worked with composite

BY JAMES DULLEY

Creators Syndicate Inc.

DEAR JAMES: All my children have allergies. We are planning to build a new house and I need to avoid the “sick house syndrome” from poor indoor air quality. What things should I consider for it? – Lisa T. DEAR LISA: Sick house syndrome refers to much more than just allergies and can be a serious problem in today’s newer airtight homes. The indoor air can actually be more polluted than outdoor air and some of these indoor chemicals can cause or exacerbate existing allergies. Several key design and construction factors to consider are the building materials used, the airtightness and fresh air ventilation. The last two may seem to contradict each other, but they actually complement each other. The ideal situation is an airtight house, to keep allergens outdoors, coupled with a filtered fresh air ventilation system. Some materials, such as ones which are made with adhesives using formaldehyde, may off-gas formaldehyde into your home for up to several years after your house is built. This depends on many factors such as the indoor humidity and temperature, how well the material was made, etc. If something has that “new” smell, it is more likely it is giving off some chemical gases. To minimize the problems from chemicals being emitted from new building materials, use as many natural products as possible. For example, select cabinets made of real wood without particleboard (contains adhesives). You may even want to select unfinished cabinets and finish them yourself with environmentally-friendly finishes. Solid surface kitchen countertops are also a good idea to install because they are natural and are not laminated with adhesives. These include slate, granite, marble, etc. These surfaces are very durable and attractive, but they are somewhat more expensive than standard countertop materials. Install a heating system which uses outdoor combustion air with a sealed combustion chamber. This minimizes the possibility of getting fumes into the house. It also reduces the chance of creating a slight negative pressure inside your home which can draw in pollutants and allergens from outdoors. Another clean option for heating and cooling is installing a heat pump. With natural gas prices increasing and fuel oil prices always unstable, an electric heat pump may be a economical choice in the long run. A geothermal heat pump is definitely the best

Plumber: Composite materials offer alternative kitchen sink options products. They are used for many applications, not just for plumbing fixtures. Basically, composites can be a mix of resins, fiberglass and fillers. These materials are lightweight and strong, and they can resist chipping, cracking and peeling. Because of the versatility of the material,

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choice if you can afford the higher initial installation costs. Select paint with low or no volatile organic compounds (VOC). Most major paint suppliers offer them. Short-term exposure to VOC’s may cause symptoms such as irritated eyes and nose, headaches and nausea. Install hardwood flooring instead of wallto-wall carpeting. It is much easier to keep hardwood floors clean and it minimizes dust as compared to carpeting. Dust mites, a common allergen, live in the carpeting as does mold in damp conditions. Also, the carpeting itself can give off VOC’s. Check with your local health department about whether radon gas is a problem in your area. If it is, you should take radon abatement steps during the design and construction of your home. These can include sealing all cracks and gaps in the basement or slab, providing fresh air or pressurization. Some excellent sources for more detailed information on creating a healthy house are: American Lung Association, (800) 7885864, www.healthhouse.org; and the Environmental Protection Agency, www.epa.gov – “A Guide to Indoor Air Quality” booklet. Send your questions to Here’s How, 6906 Royalgreen Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45244 or visit www.dulley.com.

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2927 S Martha St

3

2.5

Super clean split foyer in Morningside. Tons of updates including 3 new bathrooms. Fresh paint and white kitchen.

$148,500

Kevin Archer

Keller Williams Siouxland

712-259-6237

1583 120th St

4

3

Spacious multi-level home sitting on 5 acres. 40x63 steel building with a shop, office, loft & bath. 2 great family rooms, up & down! Lots of room & lots of extras here!

$258,000

Anita Small

Woodland Realty

712-251-1870

6540 Palm Valley Drive

3

2

New construction with buyers choice of tax abatement. Open concept living area. Beautiful sunset views.

$474,800

Barb Maxon

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-253-3647

588 Sandstone, Dakota Dunes

5

3

One owner customized home. Very open concept with split bedroom plan on a cul-de-sac.

$380,000

Barb Maxon

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-253-3647

65 Ridgeview Rd

3

2.5

1952 brick ranch in Heights with generous room sizes.

$209,900

Eric Banks

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-898-8605

538 Lincoln St SW, Le Mars

3

2

Cozy home sitting on a large lot.

$129,500

Kameron Pope

CENTURY 21 ProLink

712-301-8563

4209 Twin Ridge Ct SE, Cedar Rapids 5

3.5

Completely remodeled contemporary home; in-town acreage w/ great views. Search MLS #716654 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$349,000

Brooke Meyer

United Real Estate Solutions

712-870-3551

906 Dubuque St

3

1

Bungalow w/ new windows, siding, roof, gutters, flooring, kitchen & bath. Search MLS #716660 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$74,950

Gayle Miille

United Real Estate Solutions

712-251-6178

1500 S Linn St

3

1

2 story on corner lot w/ deck & two-stall garage; great starter home. Search MLS #716698 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$79,950

Jeff Nelson

United Real Estate Solutions

712-490-4130

3000 Isabella St

4

2

1½ story w/ hardwood floors, fireplace, foyer, built-ins & updated kitchen. Search MLS #716707 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$139,700

Sheryl Ford

United Real Estate Solutions

712-212-4576

17 Whitetail Pl, Dak. Dunes

3

2

1½ story townhouse w/ open floor plan, vaulted ceilings & walk-in closets. Search MLS #716705 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$179,950

Joe Krage

United Real Estate Solutions

712-251-4030

1212 Pearl St, Onawa

3

2

1½ story w/ main floor laundry, large eat-in kitchen & 2 stall garage. Search MLS #716711 at unitedrealestatesolutions.com

$59,500

Hank Baker

United Real Estate Solutions

712-490-6621

425 S 19th, Dakota City, NE

3

1

Nice home on corner lot - Estate sale - selling as is.

$104,950

Cheri Bracht

Cardinal City Realty

712-259-0134

411 Burton

3

1.75

Ranch home on .94 acre! Partially finished basment, 2 car garage.

$149,950

Cheri Bracht

Cardinal City Realty

712-259-0134

543 164th St, Dakota City, NE

3

2

Awesome acreage close to town. Mint condition, updates and lots of space.

$250,000

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Cardinal City Realty

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It’s mail order gardening time January is National Mail Order Gardening Month. Have you gotten garden catalogs in the mail yet? If you haven’t received enough, or if you need more that are specific to a type of plant you want to grow, go to the Direct Gardening Association website for a list of companies that offer catalogs of plants and gardening tools. You will get a direct link to each company’s email or webpage so you can order the catalog. It is time to start the new year with a resolution to get new plants for the garden that will use less water, be more disease-resistant and make your landscape prettier, and to get new tools that make your jobs easier. Catalog companies that are a part of the Direct Gardening Association are reputable and will work quickly to resolve problems to your satisfaction. The organization is 75 years old. It not only represents the catalog companies but also sponsors the Green Thumb awards for new plants and products. It also sponsors a program that provides hundreds of schools with Dutch bulbs for use on their school grounds to help kids learn about gardening. The best place to get the tried and true plants for your climate is an established local garden center, for they have stayed in business by supplying plants that work. The tried and true varieties will be at your local stores, but the fun stuff for gardeners is in the catalogs. Seeds of Change has 100 percent certified organic seeds, meaning the plants producing the seeds for your garden were grown organically. This Minnesota-based company is supplied by organic farmers across the country. It has over 1,200 varieties of seeds, including some annuals and perennials. The website has more than their catalog. Visit www.seedsofchange.com. The Seed Savers Exchange is a nonprofit that started back in 1975. You can order from the catalog, but to get the most variety,

you can also find composites used for bathtubs, shower stalls, laundry sinks and bathroom sinks as well. Different sink colors are available to match countertops. The color is pressure-molded into the material itself. On top of all that, a composite kitchen sink can be heat- and stain-resistant. BOTTOM LINE: If you’re looking for an alternative material option, a composite kitchen sink may bowl you over. Master Contractor/Plumber Ed Del Grande is known internationally as the author of the

5. EXPERIMENT. One of the best tools of redesign is to test a design solution to see Before you throw away accents and ac- if it is the right one. 6. THINK BIG, THEN SMALL. Begin by selectcessories you feel are no longer a fit for your decor, consider repurposing those ing your large pieces first, then your items instead. Often, redesigning your smaller items such as accessories and home using items you already own is a accents. refreshing solution that is also budget7. THINK HOLISTICALLY. Consider how to friendly. The key is to essentially shop create a cohesive look for your entire your house. home or space. Looking for redesign tips? Here are 10 8. REPURPOSE. Items that may serve one Design Recipes ideas. purpose can function as another in the 1. DO A DETAILED AUDIT. Prioritize your redesign solution. 9. CONSIDER PAINT OR WALLPAPER AS AN ACitems into three main categories: essentials, negotiable and items you can CENT FEATURE. This small touch can reindiscard. vigorate existing decor. 2. SELECT A COLOR PALETTE. Since you are 10. PURGE! Now is the time to get rid of working with current spaces, feel free to any excess. build off an existing color palette. HavCathy Hobbs, based in New York City, is ing this direction will make it easier to an Emmy Award-winning television host select pieces to complete the look. and a nationally known interior design 3. CREATE A FLOOR PLAN. Furniture placeand home staging expert with offices in ment is key. So often, a space can be en- New York City, Boston and Washington, hanced and elevated simply by removing D.C. Contact her at info@cathyhobbs. com;mailto:info@cathyhobbs.com; or excess pieces. visit her website at www.cathyhobbs. 4. HAVE AN OPEN MIND. Free your mind to reimagine different furniture and acces- com; http://www.cathyhobbs.com. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, sories in different rooms and floors to LLC. create a whole new look and feel. Tribune News Service

become a member of the exchange. For instance, the catalog lists an impressive 56 varieties of pepper – some of them certified organic – but members have access to over 850 varieties of peppers. Members also have access to fruits, nuts and berries. Check it out at www.seedsavers.org. Some catalog companies will supply a substitute if the plant or seed you ordered is out of stock. If you would prefer to get your money back, make sure to note on the order form that you don’t want substitutes. As with any financial transaction that occurs through the mail, you should keep photocopies of your order, and you should use a credit card, check or money order to safely pay for your order. Carefully read the directions so you place your order correctly. This will help to eliminate delays. Order some catalogs today – it is time to start dreaming of summer. Email questions to Jeff Rugg at info@ greenerview.com.

Plumber: Composite kitchen sink

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How to redesign using what you have BY CATHY HOBBS

BY JEFF RUGG

Creators Syndicate Inc.

Different sink colors are available to match countertops. The color is pressure-molded into the material itself. book “Ed Del Grande’s House Call,” the host of TV and Internet shows, and a LEED green associate. Visit eddelgrande.com or write eadelg@cs.com. Always consult local contractors and codes. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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Put these picks in your garden to help a sick animal BY MAUREEN GILMER Tribune News Service

Pets and livestock always get sick after 5 p.m. or over holiday weekends when all the vets are closed. If your animal starts bleeding, will you be able to stop it easily? You will if you grow yarrow or calendula marigolds, or if you have a barn full of spiderwebs. All three are natural blood coagulants. They have been proven time and again on battlefields since long before the birth of Christ. The European herb yarrow was dubbed Soldier’s Woundwort because no other plant treated battlefield injuries quite like it. Ancient Greek mythology tells us the gods gave Achilles yarrow to save his soldiers. The Roman Empire’s armies carried these aromatic plants with them from Italy into the rest of the Western world. The ancient physicians ensured it was established at every fort and outpost because it contains a natural blood coagulant. Growing masses of it in military institutions ensured there was plenty available to stuff into open wounds during combat to staunch the blood flow on the battlefield. Without it, many more men bled to death before reaching the field hospitals. The same herb has been known as carpenter’s weed, often grown around workshops

Yarrow millefolium bears fine fern-like leaves that are a powerful blood coagulant used since Biblical times.

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The petals of Calendula are age old antibacterial coagulants used to pack fresh wounds at home and on the battlefields.

to treat cuts and injuries from work. Another name, nosebleed, describes how packing nostrils with the herb can staunch this bleeding too, and double as a styptic for shaving cuts. This is how it came into gardens so early, since it’s not consumed, but valued strictly for its coagulant properties. Incidentally, yarrow flowers can be cut and hold their color as dried everlastings. The pot marigold, or calendula of Europe, is a cool weather-bedding plant that produces large daisies in yellow and orange. It was grown in the Deep South during the Civil War when wound dressings were running low. They came out again in World War I during the trench warfare when cotton ran low in the French countryside. The famous English gardener Gertrude Jekyll cut and sent bushels of flowers them across the Channel to field hospitals. The pot marigold petals are the parts used due to their coagulant abilities as well as a natural antibiotic.

Grow and dry your flower petals this year and store for offseason wound treatment. Spiderwebs were the first Band-Aids and antibiotics, which date back at least as far as these two plants. Recent studies have proven it’s not the web itself that has the antibiotic quality, but a coating on the web. This is all created by the spider and dubbed arachnicillin for its antiseptic ability. The web contains a high amount of vitamin K, the clotting vitamin, which is why it’s rolled up and packed into wounds. Fresh webs are the most efficacious to bind and hold a wound better than old dusty webs that may have lost their medicinal benefits. Some prefer to blend honey (another natural antibiotic) with the spiderwebs to help them stick to the wound like a bandage covered with cloth wrap. Yarrow is an ideal herb to grow in arid droughty gardens. Calendula will prefer traditional soils and moist conditions to flourish in the cool season. However, it can

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thrive in every spring and summer garden, making petal harvest possible for everyone. Plus, you’ll have a big supply for garnishing salads and meats with a rain of sunny edible petals. From nosebleeds to the careless woodworker, the discoveries of the ancient armies have left us with an alternative if the vet isn’t available. Gather your petals and yarrow to dry them for a year-round supply. Plant them all around your garden for plenty of material when you need the most. These plants were likely grown at every colonial homestead of early America and are just as useful today. Maureen Gilmer is an author, horticulturist and landscape designer. Learn more at www. MoPlants.com. Contact her at mogilmer@ yahoo.com or P.O. Box 891, Morongo Valley, CA 92256. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.


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Style at Home: The essential guide to finding the right sofa BY MARY CAROL GARRITY Tribune News Service

A lot of your life happens on your sofa. It’s the place you perch as you catch up with friends over a glass of wine. Where you nestle in to read that best-seller you’ve been dying to get your hands on. And, where you fall asleep waiting for your teen to get home safely from that first date. It’s no wonder picking the sofa that’s right for you can be so fun ... and so difficult. I’ve seen folks agonize over this decision more than any other interior design choice. I want to share this essential guide to picking a sofa you’ll love for years to come.

A PRIMER IN SOFA-SPEAK ... THREE DEFINITIONS YOU GOTTA KNOW

1. BACKS: - Loose cushion: The cushions are separate from the back of the sofa (but you can also have a semi-attached cushion). These create a more casual look. A plus is the cushions can be removed and cleaned. If you want a less formal sofa that’s soft and comfy, this might be the right back for you. - Tight: The back is all upholstery, with no cushions. I’m partial to this style because it creates a cleaner, more formal look and leaves you lots of room to toss in accent pillows. - Pillow: The back is made up of several large, unattached pillows instead of a cushion. If you have young children, beware: the pillows may end up being used to make a fort on rainy days. - Channel: In this variation of the tight back sofa, the back is made up of several panels. - Curved: Instead of the back and arms of the sofa being distinct pieces, in this style the back curves around to form a solid line with the arms. - Camelback: The silhouette of the back is in an arch shape. Arms: - Rolled: One of my favorites, rolled arms are common on more traditional sofas. The arm curves out and is lower, making it ideal for napping. - Square: tailored and boxy, more contemporary. Seats: - Tight: We’d all like to say we have a tight seat, right? On a sofa, this is a firmer, tailored seat that does not have loose cushions. Usually you find tight seats on settees or formal sofas. - Bench: One of my favorites, a single cushion or bench seat has a clean, crisp appearance. Single cushion sofas can get squished looking in the center if you opt for all-down cushions, giving you sloppy appearance. So I

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A Chesterfield paired with an English arm sofa. Below: It’s no wonder picking the sofa that’s right for you can be so fun...and so difficult.

to replace a too-large sofa they purchased, whose scale is out of whack with their room. THE RIGHT TONE. Your sofa needs to match the level of formality of the room. For a more formal room, for example, select a tight back sofa. For a casual space, try loose-back cushions. This column was adapted from Mary Carol Garrity’s blog at www.nellhills.com. She can be reached at marycarol@nellhills.com. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC. recommend down-wrapped foam or springdown cushions. - Cushion: This popular pick features two or three loose cushions that are not attached to the base. T-shaped cushions are those that wrap around the arm of the sofa. Legs: - Exposed legs: Most of the sofas we sell now have exposed legs. Sofa legs come in modern, straight lines, or more traditional turned legs. For a romantic look, add castors. - Skirted: If you love a traditional look, you might want a sofa with a skirt. Be warned, though: Skirts show dirt. Shoe polish wears off on them, as do the body oils of pets who sleep against the sofa.

THREE THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN SELECTING YOUR SOFA

FIT YOUR BODY. Your sofa needs to fit your body, not the other way around. If you are a petite woman, your sofa should be smaller in scale. If you are a big lumberjack of a man, you’ll need a larger piece. If your sofa needs to fit lots of body types, add pillows and an ottoman to make those with short legs more comfortable. THE RIGHT DIMENSIONS. Create harmony is your space by picking a sofa that is in proportion to the other furnishings in your room. It used to be that people would look for a new sofa because they were tired of the fabric on their old one. Today, it’s people wanting

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