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  • How to Plan a Special Mother’s Day as Pandemic Restrictions are Lifted

    How to Plan a Special Mother’s Day as Pandemic Restrictions are Lifted0

    Mother’s Day has felt a little less than normal over the last couple of years. The COVID-19 pandemic led to the cancellation of many Mother’s Day gatherings in 2020, and while things felt more familiar in 2021, this year may mark the most normal Mother’s Day celebrations since 2019. Pandemic-related restrictions have now been lifted

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  • The NERVE of Our Mother!

    The NERVE of Our Mother!0

    While other kids got to eat fast food each night or boxed mac ‘n cheese, we got home-cooked meals. They got to sit in front of the TV when they ate while watching reruns of “Home Improvement” and “Boy Meets World.” We had to sit at the table as a family, bow our heads to

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  • National Nurses Day May 6th0

    May 6th is National Nurses Day — a day to help bring awareness to their hard work and dedication and to say thanks to the millions of nurses across the country. I’ve encountered many male and female nurses over the years, and nearly all do their work in a compassionate and professional manner. They often

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  • How Non-Traditional Families can Celebrate Mother’s Day

    How Non-Traditional Families can Celebrate Mother’s Day0

    No two families are the same. What may be “normal” for one family could be quite unique to another. Because families are so different, days such as Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Grandparent’s Day, and even days devoted to siblings or cousins present opportunities for families to celebrate diversity while honoring their family members. Branch out

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  • Let Go Winter, Just Let Go0

    Winter just doesn’t want to let go. I can’t believe we woke up to a couple of inches in the middle of April. The morning of the snow, my dad brought our Harley up out of his nice toasty basement for riding season. That’s where we all keep our summer toys around here over the

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Welcome to the Grief Club” by Janine Kwoh

    The Bookworm Sez: “Welcome to the Grief Club” by Janine Kwoh0

    There is no secret handshake. You’ll never have to put meetings on your calendar, either. No one will ever bother you to pay dues or elect officers, and there is no clubhouse. And yet, you’ve suddenly found yourself a member of a worldwide club that you never asked to join. How did this happen? And,

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  • Spring Flats0

    After April showers come cute shoes for spring! And while some folks are all about the flatforms, platforms, and strappy heels, I’m taking a more relaxed approach to this season’s footwear. This spring, I’ll be giving my heels a rest for a fresher and flatter shoe silhouette. Here are some of the flats I’m thinking

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  • Local Teen Competes in Miss Pennsylvania Teen USA0

    *This story was written prior to the event. Normandy Broaddus, age 15 and a freshman at Williamsport Area High School, will be representing her hometown of Williamsport as one of the youngest contestants in the Miss Pennsylvania Teen USA Pageant on April 23 and 24th in Johnstown, PA. A native Texan, Normandy’s family moved to

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  • Sweet Patoot0

    A few weeks ago, when we were putting our daughter’s bedroom back together after a complete remodel, I caught myself saying something I hadn’t heard in a while. I was putting all her clothes back into her nice new big closet. Kenzy was bouncing all over like it was Christmas morning. She had waited five

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  • The Future of Healthcare0

    The McKinsey Health Institute, the non-profit arm of McKinsey & Company global management consulting, recently published a report stating that the world is at a critical point in human history regarding healthcare. Their belief is that over the next ten years, humanity could add as much as 45 billion extra years of quality life. Yes,

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  • How Climate Change is Already Affecting Daily Life0

    Climate change poses a significant threat to future generations. Rising sea levels and food shortages are just two of the climate-related issues future generations may be forced to confront. But it’s not just tomorrow’s generations that will be forced to deal with the consequences of climate change. Climate change is often described and discussed in

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  • What to Know About the Items That End Up Being Recycled0

    Many of today’s adults grew up recycling bottles, cans and paper products. That’s made it easy to take the benefits of recycling for granted. Recycle Across America®, a nonprofit organization dedicated to expediting environmental progress, notes that there’s much to learn about the many products that find their way into recycling bins and recycling centers

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