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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...
  • A Revolving Door Of Heartache And Happiness For Petit

    A Revolving Door Of Heartache And Happiness For Petit
    The thoughts and memories still spin like a revolving door. But these days, the door turns a little slower for Bill Petit. The good things in his life fight mightily against the heartache he endured seven years ago. Awarding a local children's...
  • Blake Bortles delivers optimism during another Jaguars loss

    SAN DIEGO — Blake Bortles could not lift the Jacksonville Jaguars to an upset win on Sunday, but the former UCF star did enough to raise the hopes of a franchise. The rookie quarterback's first NFL start on Sunday ended in a 33-14 loss to the...
  • Omarr's daily astrological forecast, For release 09/29/14 for 09/29/14

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Zachary Levi was born in Lake Charles, La., on this date in 1980. This birthday guy starred in the title role of the TV series "Chuck" from 2007-2012 and as Kipp on "Less Than Perfect" (2002-2006). He's also starred in such films as...
  • Today's world is different

    Today's world is different
    My son called me last evening. He asked me, "Mom, you were very young during the Second World War. How would you rate what is going on today with what went on in the early 1940's, on a scale of 1-10, 10 being the lowest?" I answered, "A 15!" "But...
  • What products should kids have the right to buy?

    What products should kids have the right to buy?
    Should children have the legal right to purchase products that are excessively high in added sugar, such as soda and candy? The quick and obvious answer is "yes." After all, sugary products are a source of calories, and calories are required for survival....
  • What is happening to our world?

    What is happening to our world?
    The lights dimmed in Britain and various other European counties at 10 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 4, 2014 to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the beginning of the War to End All Wars. At 11 p.m., Aug. 4, 1914 England declared war on Germany. Trench...
  • Islamic State's secret weapon in Iraq? Wheat, other grains

    Islamic State's secret weapon in Iraq? Wheat, other grains
    For Salah Paulis, it came down to a choice between his faith and his crop. A wheat farmer from outside Mosul, Paulis and his family fled the militant group Islamic State early last month. The group overran the family farm as part of its offensive that...
  • 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...
  • In Theory: Reflections on 'What's it all for?'

    The British Humanist Assn. recently began a poster campaign in the London Underground offering a daily “Thought for the Commute,” not only to garner attention for the association, but also to get commuters to ponder the meaning of life....
  • UF's Kurt Roper looks to reignite, not reinvent offense as Gators prep to face Vols

    GAINESVILLE — It's been less than a month, but the Eastern Michigan game seems like a long time ago for Kurt Roper. When UF visits Tennessee on Saturday it will four weeks since Roper's up-tempo offense seemed to signal a new, optimistic era under...