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How to stay clean during a natural disaster

While we can’t control when natural disasters will affect us, we can take charge of how prepared we are to handle them. The American Cleaning Association shares that one website…

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Harvest safety

Harvest time. That time of the year when we get to see the fruits of our labor in the form of a harvested crop. It gets a romanticized depiction in…

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Breakfast – the most important meal of the day

“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” We’ve heard it hundreds of times, yet for many individuals, including children, they would rather sleep a few more minutes than…

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Will you ever lose it?

If you get fat are you doomed to stay fat? According to a study conducted in the UK in 2015, less than 1% of the formerly obese will maintain weight…

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Fall seeding, planting

September is the best month to reseed cool-season lawns such as tall fescue and Kentucky bluegrass. However, you can get by with an early- to mid-October planting for tall fescue….

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Minister Speaks: Humility

Consider the humility of God. Consider the Incarnation, his presence in the Blessed Sacrament, or the Passion itself. Indeed, however you slice it, the humility of Jesus Christ is scandalous….

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Miles for Monarchs

Weighing less than a sheet of paper, the monarch butterfly will make a journey of up to 3,000 miles across the U.S. to Mexico every fall. It is in Mexico…

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The good old days

As a financial planner, one of the more difficult questions clients ask today is, “Where can I go to earn a higher return on my cash?” Whether parked in a…

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Attendance matters

I used to do a unit in the English classroom for soon-to-graduate seniors about how to be successful in college. They were given the following options of which factor was…

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Beef options

It seems to me there are two ploys of marketing going on right now. You either scare the consumer to death with half-truths, lies or fake science, or you confuse…

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Agronomy fall field day, overseeding lawn

The 2019 Agronomy Fall Field Day will be in Manhattan this year on Friday, Sept. 20. Building Resiliency in Agronomy is this year’s theme with a focus on understanding how…

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Preventing falls

One of the most important reasons that falls among older adults are so dangerous is the high risk of serious injury. The National Council on Aging has declared Sept. 23…

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Minister Speaks: The divine trinity in the new testament believer

The Doctrine of the divine Trinity is a profound and mysterious subject. Personally, I find it extremely fascinating and captivating. It is extremely difficult to understand and fathom, however. It…

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September is National Rice Month

Looking for healthy, budget-friendly foods that are also delicious? Rice is a healthy, versatile and economical dish. September is National Rice Month, and rice is the most popular gain globally,…

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Please stop fooling yourself

You want to be fit and lean, right? So why do you fool yourself into thinking that you are eating healthy…when your diet is filled with so many processed foods?…

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