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For non-traditional families routines are key to successful parenting

Helping children feel comfortable in their home will lead to healthier and more successful times during those formative years. But it’s ...

Now might be the time to talk about inheriting wealth

As a significant portion of the U.S. population ages, a significant transfer of wealth to younger generations is occurring. However, many families have not discussed inheritance plans, and many younger generations may find themselves unprepared, ...

You've heard it before, as you age, exercise and eat healthy

The National Institute on Aging says people age 65 and older are at a higher risk for heart attack, stroke, coronary artery disease and heart failure. February – American Heart Month - is the perfect time for people 65+ and their caregivers to arm themselves ...

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Soft Cinnamon Sugar Pretzel Bites

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Spend more time with family in the morning and less time making breakfast with these easy-to-make Soft Cinnamon Sugar Pretzel Bites made with Pillsbury® Refrigerated Breadsticks.


We are paying way too much money for groceries

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In 2004, I was a single mom raising three daughters on my own. I worked three jobs, including an overnight shift as a translator at our local hospital, to make ends meet. Every time I stood in line at the supermarket, I worried about ...

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Sunday Sports Rewind; St. Joseph-Ogden advances to title game

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The Spartans plated three runs in the top of the ninth inning, breaking a 2-2 tie to beat Chicago Christian 5-2 and advance to the Class 2A champion game.