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Allergy season is coming Commonly called hay fever or allergic rhinitis, a seasonal allergy is an allergic reaction to a trigger that is typically only present for part of the year, such as spring or fall. Pollens and dust spread by the wind are usually the main cause of seasonal allergies. People who are allergic…

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Opinion: By Hunter Throckmorton

Created Equal Contrary to some of our founding documents, not everyone is created equal. Yes, we are born with the same rights, but we vary in size, strength, speed, and stamina. For a long time in human history those who were blessed with size and strength and the mental capacity to use it were often…

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Finacial Focus by Mark Keys

Remote work may offer financial benefits During the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have been forced to work from home. But once we’ve moved past the virus, many workers may continue working from home. More than one-third of companies with employees who started working from home now think that remote work will stay more common…

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The 501 by Hanaba Munn Welch

Robots and bathtubs About 45 years ago a friend of mine said she planned to marry the inventor of a self-cleaning bathtub. She’s still single. If anyone has invented a self-cleaning tub, that clever person didn’t have a booth at this year’s big tech trade show in Las Vegas – the Consumer Electronics Show (CES),…

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Financial Focus by Mark Keys

Pre-retirees: plan now for health care costs If you’re close to retirement, you’ll have several financial issues to consider. But you’ll want to pay attention to one of the most important of these issues: health care costs. How can you prepare yourself for these expenses? First, get an early start on estimating health care costs.…

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Opinion: By Hunter Throckmorton

Bonus Civis Bonus Civis – “Good Citizen” in Latin. What does it mean to be a good citizen, really? I believe part of our current situation is the decided absence of good citizens, or at least a temporary absence. The hallmarks of a good citizen are many, but a few stand out above the rest,…

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Round About Adventures By Ann King

I’m goin’ nuts here! By Ann King So many temptations, so little funds. I found one site while looking for chocolate covered cherries. The kind I wanted were different than the Queen Anne cherries found in many stores, not that they aren’t good, particularly the coconut cherries, but they’re one of the brands that don’t…

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The 501 by Hanaba Munn Welch

No plums, no flu The year 2020 will go down in history as the year the wild plums didn’t make and nobody got the flu. Back in 2019, for the first time ever, I concocted some spectacular plum jam. My one jar was amazingly good. I could hardly wait for 2020 plums to make lots…

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Rodeo Insider

Cooper takes lead in the PRCA’s 2020 world all-around standings Wyatt Casper, a former Clarendon College star who is from Miami, Texas, clinched the saddle bronc riding average/aggregate title at the RAM Texas Circuit Finals Rodeo in Waco. Casper, 25, finished No. 1 in the title race at the Dec. 31-Jan. 2 championships with a…

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The 501: By Hanaba Munn Welch

Water heater for insomniacs If insomnia strikes, look online to learn how to make an electric water heater, whether you need one or not. Yes, there are YouTubes for DIY water heaters – just like for everything else. I watched one but didn’t turn up the volume, not wanting to wake my non-insomniac husband. I…

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