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Fri, Oct 24, 2014 11:24 AM
Issue of October 22, 2014
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Woman's medical hoax 'appalling'

My Opinion

There were a whole litany of adjectives people on the street were using recently to describe their feelings about the 27-year-old English woman who claimed to have a terminal medical condition and received money raised from fundraisers that were supposed to benefit her medical and burial costs....more >>

Why go into the woods?

Community conversations

This morning a big, threatening, flying insect invaded our cabin in the woods. When I say big, I really mean a huge critter in the insect world....more >>

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