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Living

Encouraging ‘old’ food trends

April 28, 2011 Wendell Fowler

Re-awakened hungry Americans, motivated by a need to know more about the source of the food they feed their families are returning to their ancestral traditions. They’re hunting and foraging closer to home at community […]

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Opinion

Leave it to your imagination

April 28, 2011 Mike Redmond

Maybe you saw the story about hundreds of college and high school students taking up an exciting new sport, Quidditch. Yes, Quidditch. As in “game from the Harry Potter books and movies.” As in “witches […]

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Opinion

Why do Chicago fans bother me?

April 28, 2011 Kevin Kane

There’s something about some fans of Chicago pro sports teams that bothers me. I don’t hate them by any means, but, for some time, these fans have been getting under my skin. It’s certainly not […]

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Opinion

The change we see

April 28, 2011 Sherri Coner-Eastburn

Luckily I’ve been in the world long enough to see and remember change. I’m thinking about a college field trip when we visited a state hospital. Adult patients banged their heads or pulled their own […]

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Front Page News

Greenwood candidates face off

April 28, 2011 Elaine

Three Greenwood mayoral candidates faced off at public forum sponsored by the Greenwood Public Library and the Greater Greenwood Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, April 26. Mark Myers, Robert Dine and Charles Henderson disagreed in some […]

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Living

Really…you can’t make fruit salad?

April 21, 2011 Wendell Fowler

As I read the label, my eyes widened, the heart began to pound, and suddenly my brain liquefied into a slurry of bewilderment and disbelief! If there’s a microcosm of the nutritional complacency extinguishing America’s […]

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Know stroke symptoms

April 21, 2011 FeliciaStewart

A stroke is a “brain attack.” It occurs when a blood flow to the brain is interrupted either because a clot blocks an artery or when a blood vessel breaks. The lack of blood flow […]