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Each week in the Telegraph Magazine's My Saturday column we ask celebrities how they really spend their day. [Read More]
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I poked the screwdriver under the carpet-tack strip, tapped it with a hammer and popped it loose. I don't know if the home flippers on... [Read More]
In the February 2001 issue of Maximum PC, technical editor Will Smith described in his column what he would like to see in the "perfect... [Read More]
Put on your thinking cap when weighing educational savings plans, Bob Hollick writes in his biweekly column. [Read More]
Editor's note: This column by the late Bev Davis originally was published Oct. 28, 2006. Davis passed away Aug. 1, 2010, of a sudden illness. [Read More]
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The recent anniversary of the wreck of the Great Lakes ore ship Edmund Fitzgerald, memorialized by Canadian folk singer Gordon Lightfoot, recalled 29 sailors lost... [Read More]
The more interaction you have with others, even with your adversaries, the more common ground you can find. [Read More]
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The following column is the opinion and analysis of the writer. [Read More]
This column is dedicated to my favorite reader. To my favorite reader, I could write no wrong. Yes, she wore rose-colored glasses, at least where... [Read More]
The Globe your best local source for news, sports, and weather in the Worthington area... [Read More]
The Teacher Pathway program at Worthington High School continues to gain momentum and attention from others. The Teacher Pathway is a unique partnership between Independent... [Read More]
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    This is a Christmas season column that I published in the Deseret News back in 2017:   Literally central to the worship and... [Read More]
Following a shooting attack at Naval Air Station Pensacola by a Saudi national identified as 21-year-old Mohammed Alshamrani, the FBI issued a statement saying it... [Read More]
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The Rockridge Rockets, behind 24 points from Jenson Whiteman, were able to squeeze out a 55-49 win in Edgington over Sherrard. After a slow start... [Read More]
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It was just two losses to start the season, but Rivet's boys basketball team looked hungry for a win Friday at Ralph Holscher Gym. [Read More]
This week, a breakthrough between Congress and the administration occurred regarding the USMCA negotiations, and the House of Representatives appears poised to take up the... [Read More]
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There has been a rash of baby Jesus talk around our house this week.As I've been writing for the Valley News for more than 20... [Read More]
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The Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) recently announced that more children exited foster care into safe homes than entered the system during 2019.... [Read More]
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It was a sunny, idyllic afternoon when I visited kindergarten teacher Sandra Caltzonzin at Shields Elementary to witness her Grants for Great Ideas project "Planting... [Read More]
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She came from obscurity and ignited a global movement. Beginning with a small but persistent act of protest outside the Swedish parliament, she inspired millions... [Read More]
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