- Generous people impacting education, income, health
- Kennedy's inaugural address provided timeless advice
- Volunteers helping homeless one household at a time
- Congress needs to pass Free Flow of Information Act
Humors theory: The correct balance of body’s four fluids
Recently, while reviewing Jane Austin’s novel “Sense and Sensibility,” I read about an early 19th century English doctor who treated his feverish patient, Marianne, by making an incision in her arm and draining some of her blood.
Thanks for helping bring the ultimate Scouting experience
November is the time of year that most people pause to give thanks and reflect upon the accomplishments of the year. The Boy Scouts of America has a tremendous amount to be thankful for this year
- United Way helping seniors, others in community
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Shale oil reserves should stay in the United States
My recent monthly credit card bill came in $300 fewer than previous ones. I drive 600 miles to work a week, so I’m thankful for the lower gasoline prices.
- Functional illiteracy continues to grow, but there is help
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