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Easter traditions are ideal ways to celebrate holiday
Hop into Easter traditions that give families a new way to celebrate one of the oldest holidays in the world. Not only will your family love these traditions now, but like any good tradition, your kids can enjoy them with their kids, too.
Cave Spring is home to water, passion and preservation
Empty milk jugs travel to Cave Spring with people who plan.
Help children study, prepare more for tests
Here’s something many parents might not realize: Teachers often don’t coach kids on how to study for tests.
Kids will adjust to time change with some help
Daylight saving time begins Sunday, March 10.
Tyler Johnstone handed his Algebra I students sheets of paper one day last week emblazoned with a letter and separated them into groups. He asked one student to find the greatest common factor.
Old-fashioned sodas are the hottest thing in cold drinks.
Get creative to beat those winter blahs
It’s the end of February — the least wonderful time of the year. Anything remotely novel and romantic about winter has become stale and overdone.
Alex LeBlanc is the owner of what may be the first dated baseball card in history — a rare 1865 mounted photograph of the Brooklyn Atlantics amateur baseball club.
Help kids put Valentine’s Day in perspective
Valentine’s Day is a wonderful opportunity to show appreciation for people we love.
Louie and Jackson are quick to respond to a tragedy. They come armed with a smile — and a wag of the tail.
The golden retrievers serve a mission: Helping communities recover from a disaster.
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