Dear Sun Spots: For No Name of Strong looking for information on a hymn on the wide open spaces, I believe the song is titled “The Place Where I Worship (Is The Wide Open Spaces).” It has been recorded by Dennis McNulty aka Dennis Day, The Sons of the Pioneers and The Nystroms with Norm Peshkam. Included are references to (Goodhart – Tarr – Foster), (Tarr – Foster – Goodhart) and (Goodhart – Paul and Norm) I believe one of the names would be the author of the song, probably Goodhart. Lots of luck! – Lyle Wiggin, Bryant Pond.

Dear Sun Spots: Could you please help me locate someone who has a secondhand 3-point hitch posthole digger and 12-inch auger in good working condition. Thank you and all the readers. Please call (207) 375-9901. – No Name, No Town.

Dear Suns Spots: Could you please tell me where the closest Kohl’s department store is: It’s advertised but doesn’t say where it is located. Thank you. – No Name, No Town.

Sun Spots has seen that same flier and notes it does not specify where you can find this store. As noted in the June 17 column and according to the company Web site at, there are no stores in Maine. You can find Kohl’s at the following locations:

• 101 Nashua Mall, Nashua, N.H. 03063, (603) 889-6150, Intersection: Southeast corner of Broad Street and Coliseum Avenue.

• 265-10 Chelmsford St., Chelmsford, Mass. 01824, (978) 250-0054, Intersection: Southwest corner of Manahan and Chelmsford streets (Route 110).

• 2 Cluff Crossing Road, Salem, N.H. 03079, (603) 870-9877, Intersection: Northwest corner of Cluff Crossing Road and South Broadway (Route 28).

• 200 Quality Drive, Hooksett, N.H. 03106, (603) 621-9514, Intersection: Southeast corner of I-93 and River Road.

• 350 Winthrop Ave., North Andover, Mass. 01845, (978) 686-8737, Intersection: Northwest corner of Winthrop Avenue and Waverly Road.

• 30 Plaistow Road, Plaistow, N.H. 03865, (603) 382-9936, Intersection: Northwest corner of Plaistow Road (Route 125) and Chandler Avenue.

• 150 Lexington St., Burlington, Mass. 01803, (781) 229-6494, Intersection: Northeast corner of Meadow Road and Burlington Mall Road.

• 425 Washington St., Woburn, Mass. 01801, (781) 376-1222, Intersection: Northeast corner of Route 128 and Washington Street.

• 50 Independence Way, Danvers, Mass. 01923, (978) 774-6199, Intersection: Northwest corner of Endicott Street and Independence Way.

• 1 Worcester Road, Framingham, Mass. 01701, (508) 879-9103, Intersection: Southwest corner of Cochituate Road (Route 30) and Ring Road.

Dear Sun Spots: Some time ago my wife asked for an address for the show “Jag.” It was never acknowledged, therefore we are requesting it again. We would like the address for the producers of that show. Thanking you kindly. – No Name, No Town.

Contact the show through producer Donald Bellisario, 3301 Oakdell Road, Studio City, CA 91604.

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