Celebrating a love of chocolate
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and millions around the country have been buying that tasty treat that is synonymous with the holiday — chocolate.
Area businesses have been gearing up for Valentine’s Day for weeks. Store shelves have been filled with a savory selection of chocolates, and one local business owner is actually striving to help keep those shelves stocked with all kinds of Valentine’s Day goodies.
Good memories, impact in lives, and some laughs. What is it?
Then the words “high school” are brought up, one automatically thinks of sports, band, choir, honoraries and clubs.
The clubs could be something well-known, such as National Honor Society, but in high school was there ever such a thing called “Speech Team”? It’s one of the newest clubs in which students may join and recite poems, plays and much more.
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The name game
When Nicole Williams found out she was expecting a baby girl, she knew just what she would name her.
“When I saw it (in a baby name book), I really liked it,” she said.
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Read the label of ingredients or the warning sheet that comes with your favorite OTC (over-the-counter) cough or cold remedy.
Taking the extra time to inform yourself can spare you bad side effects if you are taking a prescription drug for a chronic health condition, like high blood pressure, says Joseph Frederick.
Originals vs. remakes
"The smile on your face lets me know that you need me. There’s a truth in your eyes, saying you’ll never leave me. The touch of your hand said you’ll catch me if ever I fall. You say it best, when you say nothing at all.”
Are these words for the chorus of Keith Whitley’s “When You Say Nothing at All” or is it Allison Krauss’ version?
The journey after college
The last semester of college is an experience that is hard to duplicate.
Seniors go through many emotions, including excitement, sorrow, contentment and the wish to have done more during their time.
Keeping your New Year's resolutions?
A little over a month ago, if you were like most Americans, you probably sat down, pen in hand, and wrote yourself your “new” New Year’s resolutions for 2008.
If you’re like most Americans, getting into physical and financial shape probably topped the list. But, if you’re like most Americans, this list could be used for any year.
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