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  • Tips on how to choose guardians for your children

    Tips on how to choose guardians for your children
    If you have minor children and have not yet selected guardians, you are not unlike many parents who put off this critically important task. Perhaps you are waiting for the perfect guardians to present themselves, or you and your spouse/partner cannot...
  • Rizzo hits 32nd homer as Cubs beat Brewers

    Rizzo hits 32nd homer as Cubs beat Brewers MILWAUKEE -- Anthony Rizzo hit his 32nd home run of the season and the Chicago Cubs' collection of youngsters provided reason for optimism next year, wrapping up the 2014 season with a 5-2 victory over the...
  • Rotation gives Indians cause for optimism

    The Sports Xchange Rotation gives Indians cause for optimism CLEVELAND -- One year after making the American League wild-card game, the Cleveland Indians were competitive again in 2014, remaining in contention until the season's final week. While the...
  • Rower's route from Boy Scout to bomber to fugitive

    PHILADELPHIA During the chaotic late 1960s at the University of Wisconsin, an epicenter of that era's crumbling of conformity, the marijuana haze was sometimes as thick as the tear gas. But Leo Burt's drug of choice was discipline. The serious-minded...
  • It all starts at the back, smiles Saint Ronald

    SOUTHAMPTON England (Reuters) - "Building a house you don't start up, you start down," explains Ronald Koeman, with the air of a philosopher imparting great wisdom. "That makes winning teams." Recent evidence suggests the art of defence has fallen out of...
  • Future Symphony Institute to be held at UB

    Future Symphony Institute to be held at UB
    Andrew Balio is best known around here for the gleaming sound and refined musicality he regularly provides as the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's principal trumpet, a post he has held since 2001. Offstage, Balio devotes a great deal of his energies to...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Statistics don't always tell a true story

    I didn't want to comment on the article appearing in the Valley Sun titled, “Mom: Teens need more sleep.” I had other fish to fry but the idea that school days should be started later to give teens more sleep rubbed me the wrong way....
  • Containing Islamic State Will Be A Long-Term Struggle

    Late, hesitant and reluctant as he is, President Barack Obama has begun effecting a workable strategy against the Islamic State. True, he's been driven there by public opinion. Does anyone imagine that without the broadcast beheadings we'd be doing...
  • Christmas in the Amazon, brought to you by Jeff Revels

    Christmas in the Amazon, brought to you by Jeff Revels
    On Dec. 25, 5,000 actors, dancers, singers and other performers will gather in the middle of the Amazon to celebrate Christmas by watching fireworks, acrobatics and zip-lining angels — all set to a full-size orchestra. More than 100,000 people...
  • Jaguars leadership counts on patience, positive energy to fuel revival

    JACKSONVILLE — As one of his first acts upon being hired, Jacksonville Jaguars' general manager Dave Caldwell asked crews to take down the steel doors that once created a dungeon-like feel in the team's offices. The metal was replaced with glass,...
  • The many ways dieters can sabotage their efforts to lose weight

    The many ways dieters can sabotage their efforts to lose weight
    With two-thirds of American adults considered overweight, a lot of people are trying to shed pounds. It can be a challenging journey, and many folks find that they get tripped up by a major obstacle: themselves. Here are some common ways dieters...