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COVID-19 has really upset the normality of life. Since I’m cheap, I like to wait until a few weeks after Memorial Day to visit greenhouses, to see what I can get at a lower price. This year, most of them were closed, because they had sold out of merchandise.

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Dear Dave: What would be your advice for someone who is renting an apartment but has never rented before? I’m 16, and I’m trying to create a plan for when I get out on my own in a couple of years. I’ve never had any debt, and don’t have a credit score. Is it going to be hard to find a place …

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Arts & Education at The Hoyt will receive $1,930 in funding to help support operations during the pandemic.

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Dear Car Talk: Your column is the first thing I read every week. Late last year, “Bill” wrote in about his 1999 Altima. He was told he needed a new charcoal canister for his fuel system.

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•KYLE ERSON of New Wilmington was named to the spring 2020 president’s list at Mississippi College.

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Inspired by the recent acquisition of three journals written by Mrs. Alex Crawford Hoyt, Arts & Education at the Hoyt presents “The House that Hoyt Built” in the Hoyt’s Main Galleries through Aug. 27.

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HERMITAGE — For years, local children have participated in the six-week Summer Youth Program at Buhl Park — a series of physical, yet educational, activities to get the kids outdoors.

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Dear Dave: I just received a formal job offer in law enforcement. I’m debt-free, single, and I’d like to move out of a roommate situation and into my own apartment. I’ll be starting out at $34,000 a year, then moving up to $38,000 after my probationary period. You have a rule that says to ma…

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As regular readers of this column know, every once in a while, I try to squeeze as many questions and answers as I can into one column. And several weeks ago, I did just that. But I knew ahead of time it would cause problems.

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Butler County Community College has announced the names of students who have made the President’s List and Dean’s List for the spring 2020 semester.

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Federal financial aid will be applicable to a Butler County Community College emergency medical technician certification preparation course that debuts this fall within a two-year career program, an offering that could allow future life-savers to save money before helping to reduce a statewi…

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Despite recent advances in civil rights protection, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community face significant health disparities.

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•WIMODAUSIS will meet at noon July 8 in the west dining room of the Scottish Rite Cathedral. Face masks must be worn in to and out of the building.

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Dear Dave: My wife and I are trying very hard to save money and pay off debt, but we’re not making progress as quickly as I had hoped. What do you think of the idea of putting a hold on our son’s allowance for the jobs he does around the house until we get into a better financial situation? …

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At least once a day, I get one or more emails that start out with some form of this phrase: “I’ll tell you what’s wrong with Social Security!” And then they go on from there to trot out time-worn arguments that have been bandied about for years and are usually groundless.

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Americans have never been more ready to get out of the house and bask in the sun. Warm-weather beach destinations are the most popular vacation searches, with Florida — particularly Key West — Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and San Diego among the top considerations.

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