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Dear Parents (and you know who you are), I would like to thank those of you who felt that the third grade was an appropriate age to give your child a cell phone. I'm sure you have every good reason for doing so. But thanks to your generosity, I am...
MONTROSE — As Natalia LoCicero distributed items Monday to winners who bought them at a weekend silent auction, she broke into tears. She's had a few days to decompress from a Saturday fundraiser for her 4-year-old son Reece. But the idea that...
WDBJ7 ReporterBeing the smartest kid in the class is one thing, but being one of the best quiz bowl teams in the state is something entirely different. The Cave Spring High School Scholastic Team is just a few years old, but has become one of the state's elite teams....
You could own a world famous Virginia landmark! Natural Bridge is being offered for sale. The property includes the bridge, the 150 room hotel, Natural Bridge Caverns, and about 16-hundred acres of land. It was once owned by Thomas Jefferson and...
Hellertown attraction named honoree at annual Chamber banquet Lost River Caverns has been selected to receive the Small Business Leadership Award at the Hellertown/Lower Saucon Chamber of Commerce's 91st annual banquet. Owners Robert Gilman and...
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South Bend TribuneFive of the eight movies that will be screened at the 2013 Michiana Jewish Film Festival are documentaries. The festival runs Monday through Thursday at the University of Notre Dame’s DeBartolo Performing Arts Center. Two films are screened each...
After graduating from the University of California at Berkeley, Kate and Laura Mulleavy moved back home to Pasadena, Calif., and fashioned an internship for themselves watching horror movies: "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," "Night of the Living Dead," etc....
I'm told there was a time when the primary job of writers was to squirrel themselves away and write books. The writer would emerge from his or her cave just long enough to convey the manuscript to the publishing world before re-descending to the depths to...
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email@example.comChristopher Steiffel Smith ended up dying in a poorhouse, but the town he founded 200 years ago — Smithsburg — is thriving today. Smith, who had been a stone mason, was believed to be in his early 60s when he bought Shadrach’s Lot...
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Springfield, Mo., man and a Kirbyville, Mo., man were charged in federal court today for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute...
Soup. It's the perfect one-dish meal. A little of this, a little of that -- before you know it, dinner is served. It's simple. But perhaps the best thing? Soup always seems to taste best the next day, after the flavors have really had a chance to marry....
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Soups, Onions, Summer Squash, Shallots
After an extra-long winter, if you're like me you never want to see snow again. And, as winter finally gives way to warmer weather, It's time for some outdoor fun, which in my world means it's time to take the family camping. After arriving at your...
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