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  • Clarence Birdseye: Frozen fish got him hooked

    Clarence Birdseye: Frozen fish got him hooked
    Clarence Birdseye did not invent frozen food, but he is credited with creating the industry by developing a flash-freezing process that was commercially viable and produced frozen food people were willing to eat. Freezing gave consumers an important new choice; no longer did they have to choose between canned foods, salted foods or simply going without when fresh wasn't available.
  • NHL: pluses and minuses around the league

    NHL: pluses and minuses around the league
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: + Good to see the late Ruslan Salei elected to the International Ice Hockey Hall of Fame. The former Ducks defenseman played internationally for Belarus; he...

    Reported of rare canine virus concern dog owners

    After two separate clusters of life-threatening dog illness and deaths in Ohio, some dog owners are concerned about recent reports of a rare virus in dogs, which could potentially geographically spread fast. The good news is, there appears to be no...

    Mark Russell

    The Senate recently held hearings to outlaw insider trading. Where? Inside the Senate. In some cases, it would mean giving up the very reason they got into politics in the first place. To help cut the deficit, our bean counters have cut the budget of the...

    How to handle a tick bite

    Q: What should you do if you were bitten by a tick? A: Tick bites are usually harmless. They may cause a raised, reddened area or a minor allergic reaction at the site of the bite. However, if the tick is infected with bacteria, viruses or protozoa,...