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Burn a couple hours watching Fahrenheit 451

First, some business. Continue reading...

Seek help to battle constant dark thoughts about family

DEAR CAROLYN: I am 49 and live with my husband and 5-year-old son. We just bought our first house and we're doing well. I have battled addiction and depression in the past. I still do but I feel I have it under control. My husband is semiretired at 50 and I'll be working in the local schools soon. We are not hurting financially. Our son is adopted after many years of trying to have our own. He is everything to us. Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR READERS: You can decant -- what does that mean? For our purposes, it means removing kitchen and bath staples (rice, pasta, flour, cereal, beans, swabs and cotton balls, etc.) from their original packaging and storing them in clear containers that you can pick up at a discount store. There are pros and cons to this: Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Happy birthday. Do not worry about succeeding in any terms laid out for you by others. This kind of so-called success is false and unobtainable. It's like an escalator that keeps producing new steps in front of you. Instead, answer the questions of your soul this year and you will be fulfilled in love, ideas and resources. You will have all you need. Continue reading...

Super Quiz: Champions

1. Which rock group sang "We Are the Champions"? Continue reading...

School news

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Ode to icemaker

Appliance kaput

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Throwback Thursday

Flamingo Springs Trailer Resort is a blast from the kitschy past

Subscriber onlyWhen the 1950s-inspired trailer resort Flamingo Springs officially opens this June, denizens of Prairie Grove might find their small town inching ever closer to being a prime vacation destination. After all, The Junk Ranch -- a huge, open air flea market -- has been attracting thousands to the area twice a year for five years now. Continue reading...

The pecking order

It’s a carefully orchestrated dance

Subscriber onlyQMy ex and I have a daughter, 14, and we have co-parented well for years. He remarried and now has three more children. Our daughter stays with him during the week for school and with me each weekend, longer in the summer. Continue reading...

People and Places

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Truly breath taking

Immersing senses in present moment

Subscriber onlyI write this column while seated on a rock at the edge of Horseshoe Bend outside of Page, Ariz. The sun is rising behind me -- which, not being a morning person, are words I don't typically string together. It takes my breath away, both the view and the 5 o'clock hour. Continue reading...

Arkansas Support Network moves together, marks anniversary

Subscriber onlyArkansas Support Network will welcome athletes of all abilities for the sixth annual Moving Together: Walk-Run-Roll on Saturday at Veterans Memorial Park at Lake Fayetteville. Continue reading...

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