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TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2016

Fresh Sheet: A free recipe for garlic scapes

Thursday Market in the South Perry District offers customers a recipe based on seasonal produce. Copies are free and available at the market manager stand in the parking lot of The Shop, 924 S. Perry St. Here’s a recent recipe ...

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Dear Annie:

Dear Annie: I’m a grandmother to five children. My son Brian and his wife, Amanda, have a 3-year-old and a 6-month-old together. They live several states away, about a five-hour drive. I get to see them close to once a month, though, as they continually ask me to watch the kids while they go on vacation.

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The Slice: Evaluating the family archives

The world might be moving away from print. But some questions about ink on paper linger. For instance, how do you decide what to do with old newspaper clippings that mention members of your family? Dump them on your children ...

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MONDAY, JULY 11, 2016






The Slice: Maybe this is how Tony the Tiger started

Some phonetics lessons stick. “My first grandchild had trouble talking,” wrote Lillian Moore Lind of Coeur d’Alene. Over and over, Lillian coached her to say “Grrramma.” But initially at least, the child could manage only “Grrr.” It sounded a bit ...

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SUNDAY, JULY 10, 2016

Chaka Khan and sister enter rehab over prescription drugs

NEW YORK – Chaka Khan and her sister have entered a drug rehabilitation program to battle their addictions to prescription drugs, and Khan says the death of her good friend Prince helped hasten her decision to get help. In a statement released to The Associated Press Sunday, the 63-year-old Grammy-winning singer said she has been battling an addiction to the same medication that led to Prince’s death. Prince was found dead at his Minnesota home April 21. An autopsy found he died of an overdose of fentanyl, a powerful opioid painkiller.

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Summer Stories: Backcountry 

Maybe it was just a moose. Almost certainly, a moose. Or a buck or even an elk. Any ungulate. But not a bear. Not a hungry or angry bear. If it was a bear, it was a friendly bear. Curious. ...

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Terminally ill can face death on own terms

On June 9, eight months after it was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown, California’s controversial End of Life Option Act became active. The law allows mentally capable adults, diagnosed with six months or less to live, to ask doctors for prescriptions to end their lives when they choose.

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Paul Turner

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Coloring pages

Coloring pages

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Blogs

The SliceThe Wednesday Slice question

Which of these movies did you like best? A) "The Searchers." B) "3:10 to Yuma." C) "Shane." D) "Red River." D) "Fort Apache." E) "Dances With Wolves." F) "High Noon." ...


Too Many Cooks“Walking with Peety”

Eric O'Grey, the Spokane Valley man whose story about losing more than 100 pounds with the help of a shelter dog went viral earlier this year, has a book deal. ...



ClarksvilleMel McCuddin: The Art of Darkness

Inside a downtown gallery maybe two decades ago – that’s where I first got McCuddined. I recall strolling through the vast array of art when one canvas stopped me cold. ...




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sponsored According to two 2015 surveys, 62 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to handle an unexpected emergency, much less any long-term plans.


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