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  • She Can't Afford To Take Her Medication (Can TBL Find A Better Deal?)

    She Can't Afford To Take Her Medication (Can TBL Find A Better Deal?)
    Q: I read your recent column on the cost of generic drugs for less than your co-pay (cour.at/1vO3W4B). My prescription plan at work is with CVS Caremark. One of the prescriptions that I need to take for my high blood pressure is Edecrin, but the cost of...
  • Weekend Escape: Plant yourself in a garden in Silverton, Ore.

    Weekend Escape: Plant yourself in a garden in Silverton, Ore.
    Silverton, Ore., is known as the Garden City in a state famous for lush greenery and prolific gardens. My husband and I recently explored Silverton, an hour's drive south of Portland in the middle of the Willamette Valley (local T-shirts proclaim in rhyme...
  • New Mexico: Observatory near Socorro to host stargazing party

    New Mexico: Observatory near Socorro to host stargazing party
    Mark your calendar for a stargazing party April 17 and 18 at the Magdalena Ridge Observatory in New Mexico. The observatory is about 80 miles south of Albuquerque near Socorro in the Magdalena Mountains of Cibola National Forest. Its remoteness makes it...
  • DCNR summer resident camp deadline is April 15

    DCNR summer resident camp deadline is April 15
    Tax Day is important for kids interested in conservation careers. April 15 also happens to be the application deadline for the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' summer residential camp for young state residents interested in...
  • Dunes Pavilion project detailed, ready for scrutiny

    Dunes Pavilion project detailed, ready for scrutiny
    While critics say the lease deal for the renovation and operation of the Indiana Dunes State Pavilion leaves the door to future improvements, state officials defended the process as open and fair. In advance of an April 6 open house that offers...
  • Top things to do in the suburbs, from skydiving to feeding bison

    Top things to do in the suburbs, from skydiving to feeding bison
    Chicago is a pretty great place to visit. But if you've seen all the tourist trappings and the thought of going to the city has you breaking out in hives, then perhaps it's time to check out all the cool things the suburbs have to offer. From indoor...
  • Seminole County day trip offers something for everyone

    Seminole County day trip offers something for everyone
    "Shh, look!" the Canadian visitor said as she pointed to a large alligator slipping into the water and silently swimming across the Wekiva River while we stood on the shoreline. I've lived in Central Florida for nearly 40 years, and I still get a thrill...
  • Birds of a feather study flocks together

    Birds of a feather study flocks together
    Northwest Indiana is for the birds — and that makes it great for bird watchers, too. Our location at the southern tip of Lake Michigan contributes to what might be described as an exceptional and eclectic parade of migrating bird species passing...
  • Rutter: We'll regret letting promoters take over the dunes

    Rutter: We'll regret letting promoters take over the dunes
    Every word by every person who has loved Indiana's dunes through a century of deep affection and anguish has counseled caution. Be careful. Guard what was given to you as a special, delicate gift. Protect its peace. We listened, and protected the gentle...
  • Message in bottle a poignant surprise in Broward waterway cleanup

    Message in bottle a poignant surprise in Broward waterway cleanup
    To honor her mother on the third anniversary of her death, Darlene Rippon wrote a heartfelt tribute, stuck the message in a bottle and cast the glass vessel toward the sea. Once tossed into a shallow creek in John U. Lloyd State Park, Rippon said, "I...
  • As State Land Transfers Increase, Bill Seeks More Public Scrutiny

    As State Land Transfers Increase, Bill Seeks More Public Scrutiny
    HARTFORD — Most people in Connecticut assume that land in state parks, state forests and wildlife preserves are forever protected for the benefit of all residents. That's not always true. Four years ago, state legislators approved a controversial...