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September 2017 Editorial

  In 1978, President Jimmy Carter declared the first Sunday after Labor Day to be national Grandparents Day; this year it falls on September 10th. It’s...

SEPTEMBER 2017 HOROSCOPE

    When people look at you with a critical eye on September 6 and 7, you will have quick and witty comebacks to their (sometimes...

The Juice on Watermelons

by Teri Pizza Fresh from the garden, sliced for grilling, or diced into a cool salad, watermelon is a favorite summer snack. At 92 percent...

Why it pays to keep a careful eye on your earnings record

Whether you’re ready to retire, just joining the workforce, or somewhere in between, regularly reviewing your Social Security earnings record could make a big...

The Wonders of Watermelon

Watermelon is one of the most wondrous of foods: its abundant, inexpensive, loaded with antioxidants and electrolytes and gets along well with other flavors....

RANSOMWARE: How I was lured in

By TERI PIZZA The ransom virus is a scam (not a virus), skillfully perpetrated by tricky computer technicians. It can cost its victims thousands of dollars....
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Blast From The Past

by Randal Hill In the summer of 1967, folks were asking, “What really happened to Billie Joe McAllister? What exactly did he throw off the...

Plan Now for Your Travel Bucket List

by David Novak It is summer and that means the travel season. Our big family vacation this summer is to go see good friends of...