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Turning Back the Pages

100 years ago — December 1922

J.G. Kimmerle has entered the hospital in Pittsfield for treatment for troublesome tonsils.


Stanley Sherwood and Roy VanDeusen have entered the employ of the Salisbury Iron Corporation at Lime Rock.


The past and future of Covid-19

Pandemics leave their remnants in traumas of death and illness. Nurses, doctors, and patients were stunned by the scrambles that the Covid-19 virus produced. Columbia Presbyterian, a thousand bed teaching hospital in Manhattan was converted to emergency rooms to treat gasping Covid patients.

Unwelcome, inevitable

You’ve been there, or you know someone who’s been there. Or you are there right now, or you have an inconsolable friend. The grieving journey is uncomfortable and not fun and it is indisputably part of life. What if we were better equipped to deal with grief before it lands on our front door and comes right in, uninvited?


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