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One’s purpose can be redefined during senior years

Does one’s purpose need to be redefined throughout the course of life or is it defined during the early years?


Editorial: Time to meet the candidates

We’re going to see a lot of candidates between now and the May 19 primary election, and some of them can be expected to drop by local neighborhood meetings.


Letters to the Editor: February 25, 2015

Flying a tattered flag


Shanghai stir-fry

According to the Chinese Zodiac, 2015 is the Year of the Sheep. The Chinese New Year is all about wishing good luck, good health and good fortune. Red is the good luck color to wear, the color to chase away any evil. Gifts of money in red envelopes are good luck, too. (That’s for sure!)


Letters to the Editor: February 18, 2015

A plan to improve voting


A nutrient-dense diet will help strengthen your heart

A nutrient-dense diet is an important step toward a healthy heart.


Letters to the Editor: February 11, 2015

Fighting in Philadelphia


It’s the little things that matter on Valentine’s Day

We are standing in the kitchen glaring at one another. 


Cupid’s chocolate cake

Perhaps Charles Schulz’s Peanuts character, Lucy Van Pelt, said it best, “All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.” And maybe some port wine, too.


Glaucoma is undiagnosed in 50 percent of the general population

There is a way of speaking in every culture, whether in a professional field or another country.