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Growing Concerns - 3/22/06 (03/22/2006)
By Dr. Martha Erickson -- Question: A 12-year-old neighbor has expressed interest in baby-sitting for our two young children, and she strikes me as someone who would do a great job. But my husband says a 12-year-old is too you ... 

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It’s coming, really (03/22/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- Mother Nature is going through a reluctant phase. First she didn't want to do winter at all, now, when she's supposed to be doing spring, she's decided that maybe a little snow isn't a bad thing after ... 

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Nasty weather photography, Part 2 (03/22/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- For strikingly dramatic shots, there's nothing like a nice, gentle spring shower, or even a mist or light drizzle, to give the world a fresh appearance. Moist flowers and foliage glisten, and wet sid ... 

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What to buy and how much (03/22/2006)
By Al Thomas -- "Hello, Mr. Mushroom, this is your friendly broker calling and have I got a tip for you. It is one of those once in a lifetime stocks and I

even bought some for my own account." Sound kinda familiar ... 

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Ah, sweet mystery of lights (03/19/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- Communication is a wonderful thing, in moderation. Sometimes I wonder what life was like for Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bunnell, who bided their time at home (in what we now call the Bunnell House in Homer) ... 

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Nasty weather photography, Part 1 (03/19/2006)
By Tom Hirsch -- If you want ideas for pictures to fill an empty space on a wall in your living room, office or den, consider taking photos during less than ideal weather conditions. We're not trying to get you to go  ... 

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The old neighborhood II (03/19/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- As we travel to our camper in Chetek, we pass through many bergs with storefronts boarded up. All over the countryside abandoned barns and deserted farms tell the tale. Yet, one will find rural commun ... 

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Transamerica (03/19/2006)
By David Robinson -- Transamerica is a road/buddy movie with a significant difference. In its outline, the plot is simple: a father and his son travel from East to West coasts and meet various interesting characters en r ... 

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The gift of sight (03/15/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- A college classmate of mine, a nurse, and her husband, Diane and Tom Palmeri, have devoted their lives to helping sick and orphaned children. They started out in Viet Nam. Then when they had to leave  ... 

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Future thinking? (03/12/2006)
By Frances Edstrom -- 36.3 million

The number of people 65 and older in the United States on July 1, 2004. This age group accounted for 12 percent of the total population. Between 2003 and 2004, the size of this age group ... 

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