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Colon Cancer

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  • WSU regents will soon begin process of replacing Floyd

    The board of regents of Washington State University must soon begin the process of replacing school President Elson S. Floyd, who died Saturday of complications from colon cancer. Meanwhile, Daniel Bernardo, WSU's provost, has assumed the day-to-day...
  • Republicans push back against proposed dietary guidelines

    Congressional Republicans are pushing back against proposed dietary guidelines that urge Americans to consider the environment when deciding what foods to eat. House and Senate spending bills say the guidelines must focus only on nutrition and diet....
  • GOP pushes back against dietary guidelines that wade into climate debate

     GOP pushes back against dietary guidelines that wade into climate debate
    Congressional Republicans are pushing back against proposed dietary guidelines that urge Americans to consider the environment when deciding what foods to eat. House and Senate spending bills say the guidelines must focus only on nutrition and diet....
  • With mud or without: Benefit event gives choice

    Mark your calendars for the third annual Dell Country Mile, to be held July 12 at Dell Brothers Grain farm at 903 Sullivan Road in Westminster. "We will be offering 1 mile and 5K trails. There are 2 different routes, one with mud and one without mud....
  • Washington State President Elson Floyd dies at 59

    Elson Floyd, the popular president of Washington State University whose influence in higher education and politics spread beyond the school in rural eastern Washington, has died from complications of colon cancer. He was 59. Floyd, WSU president since...
  • John Sutfin, longtime Northern Trust executive, dies at 76

     John Sutfin, longtime Northern Trust executive, dies at 76
    John Sutfin was an executive at Chicago-based Northern Trust Corp. for 33 years, rising up to become the bank's vice chairman and helping to design the bank's technology platform. "John had a lot of insight into back-office operations and technology,...
  • Retirement freebies cover health, education, tax prep and more

    Senior discounts abound, making life in retirement a little more affordable. In some cases, though, older adults can get more than just a lower price; some goods and services that appeal to retirees come free of charge. Here are eight great freebies many...
  • In Lower Macungie, one man's race to slow travel to a walk

    In Lower Macungie, one man's race to slow travel to a walk
    As obsessive walkers go, Jim Palmquist is as hard core as they come. The 69-year-old Lower Macungie man totes a step-counting pedometer the way others carry wallets. He tracks his daily steps in a log book and ditches his Toyota Highlander for a hike...
  • World War II photo contains a surprise for Allentown woman

    World War II photo contains a surprise for Allentown woman
    Joan Schmidt was reading the D-Day anniversary story in The Morning Call last Saturday because her late husband served in the Army during World War II. The Page A1 story was William E. D'Huyvetters' account of hitting Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944. When...
  • Twitter and Agios are big market movers

    Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE Twitter Inc., up 6 cents to $35.90 Dick Costolo is stepping down as CEO of the messaging startup and will temporarily be...
  • 'Road Warrior' to run 1,100 miles while battling cancer

    'Road Warrior' to run 1,100 miles while battling cancer
    At his lowest points, Brian Thomas would take a deep breath and feel his heartbeat echo through his body. He laid there, exhausted and in pain from the cancer and the treatments. He wondered: Was his body going to keep working? And then he took...