Day: December 2, 2015

Altbier – Agner & Wolf Brewery Corp.

With Thanksgiving behind us, we can start to focus on the upcoming holiday season, winter and staying inside a little more often. Cold weather invites warm drinks and conversation around a toasty fire or just reminiscing about the past week’s events in an easy chair. Sometimes this includes a frosty beer to rest your bones

Do Feeders Create Dependency? -Part 2

In our last article, we described how an extensive 4 year wild bird feeding study by Professor Margaret Brittingham from the University of Wisconsin was conducted from 1984-1988. This study was set up to track the survival rate of two distinct, controlled groups of chickadees during two straight winters. One banded group had sunflower seed

FROM JOHNNY FOOTBALL TO JOHNNY ROTTEN

 by Mike Moffett  Weirs Times Columnist FROM JOHNNY FOOTBALL TO JOHNNY ROTTEN NEWS ITEM: The Associated Press reported that Cleveland Brown quarterback and former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel was benched by coach Mike Pettine for his off-field behavior. Manziel’s benching came in the wake of his latest mini-scandal, where a video showed him wielding

UN Committee Slams North Korean Rights Abuses

by John J. Metzler Weirs Times Contributing Writer UNITED NATIONS—In a stern and sweeping rebuke to North Korea’s human rights abuses, a UN Committee has slammed the repressive communist regime in an annual report on “The Situation of human rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.” In a vote of 112 in favor, and