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By Vaira, Douglas Discover why this year's NRPA Congress & Exposition keynoter believes it's high time to remove environmental issues from the back burner-and what he plans to do about it.
By Carrie Rickey While I've never read a Nicholas Sparks novel, in the films made from his books, his characters inevitably experience The Big Contradiction. Namely, that love is fleeting - and it is eternal.
By Mark Williamson WITH the banking sector and capital markets in turmoil many may have felt that the cut-price sale of Halifax Bank of Scotland to an English bidder was a price worth paying for the prospect of some stability returning to the market.
By Lynn O'Shaughnessy Before he retired, Vin Feudo could buy just about any toy he desired. For years, Feudo, a college professor, tooled around suburban Augusta, Ga., in a sports car, but his real passion was sports memorabilia.
By Nancy Mitchell Jaime Aquino leaves Denver Public Schools today after a three- year stint as the chief academic officer who oversaw record gains in student achievement.
I SHARE Ian Hamilton's concerns about care homes (Letters, August 30). We visit two people in such care and they are well looked after but, like Mr Hamilton, I would prefer not to end my days in one. Indeed, some Americans pejoratively call such care warehousing.
It seems Americans have adopted an "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" approach to the raging obesity epidemic. According to a new study, pretty much everyone in the country who can lift a fork will be overweight or obese within the next two decades.
By Bill Drummond He founded one of the Eighties' most anarchic bands, and famously burnt Pounds 1m in cash. But Bill Drummond's latest scheme is truly ground-breaking, as his diaries reveal... This is about a choir... A choir that has existed inside my head for almost a score of years.
By Herschel Freeman At their monthly public meetings, members of the Germantown Board of Mayor and Aldermen have instituted some unusual rules.
TALK/TOUR: Ephrata Community Hospital's Family Maternity Unit will offer a Talk and Tour for expecting parents from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 9, at the hospital, 169 Martin Ave., Ephrata. Ask questions, tour the maternity services area and meet the staff.
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