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We can sometimes take our safe, heated homes for granted — that is, until the power goes out or something goes awry.
In less than 30 days, the phenomenon had affected countless numbers, traveled from coast to coast.
I’m a 17-year-old girl and a junior in high school.
One of the best places to view fall’s changing colors is the Japanese Garden in Portland, Oregon.
Nothing New by Roy Vataja
This column is going to be about health insurance, and it’s going to be pretty technical.
I missed the funeral of a long-time family friend.
Dori is ready turn your home into a comedy show!
The play was written by Lynne Lerych, who teaches English, playwriting and more at the college.
Fall is in the air. And I’m talking about the little things that indicate Winter Is Coming.
The museum will host John Tylczak for a lecture on his decades of work as a view-camera photographer.
Events are scheduled all week long in observance of Veterans Day.
I have been married for 45 years.
Watching the movie isn’t absolute torture if you’re the right audience.
My 15-year-old granddaughter is an emotional eater and has gained a lot of weight.
There are specific things your house has to have to be able to support your day-to-day health needs.
From the archives of The Daily World
Black licorice looks innocent enough. But eat enough of it, and you could suffer the consequences.
This is a big deal, because it affects thousands (OK, millions) of us, so we might want to get this right.
As we tuck the garden into bed for winter, here are 30 tips and final chores that need attending.