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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Ozarks Food Harvest awarded $250,000 to nearly 50 food pantries and hunger-relief programs on Tuesday at a news conference at the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief. The infrastructure grants, ranging in value from $1,300 to...
Tags: Gainesville, Religion and Belief, Baptist, Lebanon, Christianity
Before shepherding Merion through last week's U.S. Open, the USGA's Mike Davis visited Saucon Valley, which he calls one of the nation's finest country clubs. Next year, Saucon Valley and the USGA will continue their relationship with the U.S. Mid-...
Tags: Sports, Golf, Masters Tournament, U.S. Open (golf)
Shining a light on SPF labels: FDA's new regulation will take out the guessing game of which lotion to use while in the email@example.comTeenagers don’t get skin cancer. At least, that’s what Katie Carmichael believed. But an indentation on her leg tells a different story — a scar that remains five years after a specialist removed an inch of flesh, half a centimeter...
DAY TRIPPIN' •Peddler's Village & Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, shopping, tasting at Chaddsford Winery, Sept. 14. $50. Northern Lehigh Community Center, Taylor, 610-504-7699. •"Menopause the Musical," Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Sept....
Tags: Allentown, Wildflowers, Walnutport, Norwegian Cruise Line, Sears
Teeing off on the final hole at the U.S. Open, Justin Rose figured he needed par to seal a victory. The direction and trajectory of his shot looked good, but not until he walked up the fairway did Rose see that his ball had landed right beside a...
When everyone else wilted, Phil Mickelson hung on. Coming down Merion Golf Club’s devious home stretch, Mickelson played a nervy game and, despite a finishing bogey, grabbed a one-stroke lead at the U.S. Open heading into Sunday. The fact that...
We all know that every day, people in Mexico come across the border in pursuit of something they can't find in their country. What you may not know is that every day, people in the United States go across the border to Mexico for the same reason. They...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorIn an effort to promote a healthy lifestyle among Valley children, the Imperial Valley Child Asthma Program will teach a wellness curriculum in the coming school year at five Valley preschools operated by the nonprofit United Families Inc. The...
Tags: Overweight, Nutrition, Obesity, Weight, Preschools
This year, consumers will start seeing some label changes on sunscreen bottles, as mandated by the Food and Drug Administration. To be better informed sunscreen users before hitting the beach, we turned to Dr. Tina Venetos, a board-certified...
Thanks a lot, guys: According to new research, your preference for younger mates could have caused menopause to arise in women. Writing in the journal PLOS Computational Biology on Thursday, a team from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, reported...
Bryan Piperno was just 9 years old when he began keeping his secret. The Simi Valley youngster tossed out lunches or claimed he ate elsewhere. As he grew older, he started purging after eating. Even after his vomiting landed him in the emergency room...
For us aging Vietnam War protesters, the secret domestic surveillance revealed by Edward Snowden, a young former CIA contractor, is like a bad flashback. In 1968, Lyndon Johnson demanded that something be done to curb the demonstrations that were...
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