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The 2013 session of the Legislature showed we have deepening, serious problems in rural South Dakota. A law was passed creating a tuition-payback program for lawyers. They have to go to rural counties — those with fewer than 10,000 populations...
Driving the back roads that hug the periphery of Maryland's shoreline, there is no singular characteristic that defines the homes. The ones that date back to summer-only retreats are usually one-story clapboard structures with the give-away air...
Clout StreetFormer state Rep. Robin Kelly easily won the special Democratic primary Tuesday night in the race to replace the disgraced Jesse Jackson Jr. in Congress, helped by millions of dollars in pro-gun control ads from New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's...
Irish poet James Stephens once said, "What the heart knows today, the head will understand tomorrow." Which is a rather lovely way of explaining the genesis of Dana Suskind's work. Co-founder of the pediatric cochlear implant program at the University...
Blogging with Bill WhiteMy column Saturday will focus on a letter that an area Eagle Scout wrote to the Boy Scouts of America, protesting its anti-gay policies and accompanied by the return of his Eagle Scout medal. Unfortunately, space didn't permit the use......
After graduating from Deerfield High School in 2005, Michael Shvartsman attended Ohio University and earned a bachelor's degree in finance. He holds a certificate from the school's Global Leadership Center, which he says has been valuable during his Peace...
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Twenty one years ago Dave Gorman, assistant public works director of the village of Lombard, completed a three-year stint in the Peace Corps in the Kingdom of Lesotho, a small, mountainous country in southern Africa. While there, he used his skills as a...
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The Zion Baptist Church ministry will show the movie “Courageous” Saturday at 6 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the church, 61 W. Bethel St. The doors open at 5:30 p.m. Admission costs $2 per person and there will be free popcorn and drinks....
Ready for a snowball fight? We are in the outdoor hot tub at the Montage Deer Valley (http://www.montagedeervalley.com) in Park City, Utah as that famous Utah powder is dumped on our heads. We laugh at the three little boys having a spirited snowball...
You probably won't be surprised to learn that some readers disagreed with my recent column about the Boy Scouts of America. I suggested that the Scouts are on the wrong side of history as they cling to their traditional position that gay people aren't...
It's nice to be home again with the Daily Pilot. After my recent venture into national politics, I am looking forward to regaling you once again with weekly columns for at least the next year. During this time, the predominant theme will be to cite an...
Joyce Lain Kennedy - Careers NowThe Golden Globes are behind us and the Academy Awards lie ahead, which brings me to this question: Which websites would you like to see walk away winners in the About.com Job Search Readers' Choice Awards 2013? Alison Doyle, About.com's job searching...
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