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Smart, stylish solutions keep your entire home cool – without disrupting home decor

Smart, stylish solutions keep your entire home cool – without disrupting home decor

Don’t sweat it if your home doesn’t have central air-conditioning. Whether you live in an older house that can’t accommodate ductwork, or you don’t want to sacrifice your interior aesthetics…

Stillwater Valley Advertiser 6.25.2014

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National Infant Immunization Week 2014

National Infant Immunization Week 2014

Immunizations are considered to be one of the 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Over time,…

Penny Saver 6.23.2014

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Add your health to your spring cleaning to-do list

Add your health to your spring cleaning to-do list

Spring is a season for dusting, washing and polishing the home, cleaning up the yard of any winter debris and even cleaning the storage on the computer or laptop. Spring…

Great-looking, flavorful veggies are also good for your eyes

Great-looking, flavorful veggies are also good for your eyes

After a long, cold winter, it’s time to celebrate the start of summer with outdoor picnics, activities with friends and family, and by enjoying fresh, seasonal foods. As you put…

Three bad-mouthed building materials you won’t believe are really eco-friendly

Three bad-mouthed building materials you won’t believe are really eco-friendly

More homeowners are keeping Mother Nature in mind when undertaking a renovation, addition or new construction. They’re seeking building practices and materials that are energy-efficient and environmentally friendly. If you’re…

Eight ways to get the most out of your trip to the farmers market

Eight ways to get the most out of your trip to the farmers market

This time of year is about warm weather, vacations and relaxing afternoons. It also heralds the return of farmers markets. A trip to the market is a great opportunity to…

Let’s Vote Them All Out . . . NOW!

The date was March 4, 1789 The first Congressional Congress was busy passing all the legislation needed to implement the new system of government. The first law passed set the…

Brown bagging potentially leads to $1 million retirement nest egg

Brown bagging potentially leads to $1 million retirement nest egg

Here’s a $ 1 million idea: making breakfast and lunch at home every day instead of dining out can potentially yield seven figures in retirement savings. A 25-year-old who eats…