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Lori Brothers: You can contribute to cultural wellness
Have you noticed that wherever you go, there is a retail cashier inviting you to take a phone-in survey? I bet you never considered that it might be the link to improving the health of our culture. I know I promote healthy living. How about the health of our culture?
Sarah Stright-Hartley: Even in fall, take your skirts to the max
Maxi skirts seemed to be a summer staple the past few years. But have you considered wearing them in the fall as well? Granted, when there is a foot of snow on the ground, they may not be the best choice.
Kali Davies-Anderson: Not exactly a picture-perfect day for us
When I was little (and sometimes even now) my mother took what seemed like millions of pictures of my sisters and I. Shannon wore a green sweatshirt? Take a picture. Lindy picked a flower? Take a picture.
Mitchel Olszak: Increasing numbers of Americans are catching on to Congress
A new NBC-Wall Street Journal poll says 60 percent of Americans would like to fire everyone in Congress. When I read this, my thought was: What’s wrong with the other 40 percent?
Culinary Conversation: Fall is upon us, so eat your vegetables
At some point or other, we’ve all heard or said these words, “Eat your vegetables.” Fall vegetables are plentiful — both in grocery stores and roadside stands. The cabbage family appears to have several children including broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and of course, cabbage itself.
Dave Ramsey: How much term do I need?
“Dave Says” is a weekly column featuring financial advice from nationally syndicated radio host Dave Ramsey. His column is filled with timely, relevant questions and answers taken from actual letters and calls on Ramsey’s radio progam, “The Dave Ramsey Show.”
Lori Brothers: Change ‘the way it’s always been’
Did I ever tell you the pot roast story? It is something I heard in church and it really stuck with me. This is my rendition.
Sarah Stright-Hartley: Wearing maternity clothing doesn’t mean giving up style
I started wearing maternity clothes fairly early, before most people knew I was pregnant and before I was really showing. I could've gotten another month out of my non-maternity clothing but the clothes (pants, mostly) pushing into my growing belly made me insanely uncomfortable.
Our Opinion: Politicians agree to pay workers amid shutdown — really?
Let’s see if we understand this. One aspect of the partial federal shutdown has been the furloughing of hundreds of thousands of government employees.
Mitchel Olszak: Budget nonsense bugs nation
The other day, I was watching a stink bug as it tried to crawl up the inside of a glass lampshade. Looking at the trapped, mindless creature, I couldn’t help but think of the United States Congress.
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