Arts, Education & Innovation

Down to a Science

Briana Jones was stunned when she earned a coveted spot in one of the world’s largest competitions for high school students. Once there, she faced stiff challenges from other top

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What's Cooking

Fresh Apple Cake

I love to cook and bake for my family. I’m the first to admit I’m not very good at it, and there have been plenty of times nobody liked what

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Sports & Recreation

Diamonds in the Rough

The Oaks Course and Ashton Hills Golf Club endear themselves to local golfers by offering world-class amenities with close-to-home convenience. by Nat Harwell Whenever an assignment pops up, I try

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Arts, Education & Innovation

A Seat at the Table

Pockets of our communities remain illiterate despite access to education that was once reserved for a select few. How do we alleviate this problem? Science-based training methods hold the key.

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Getting a Read on Literacy

The ability to read and write remains one of the great divides between the haves and the have-nots, even in 2020. By Dr. Kim Coady What does it mean to

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Sharp Left Turn

A nerve injury suffered in 2015 impacted the use of Alissa Muscarello’s dominant hand and forced her to leave a career in veterinary medicine. Acrylic painting provided her with an

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On the Cover

A Treasure Hidden In a Field

Easter eggs will once again wobble and spin their way through a myriad of celebrations around the world this Easter season. Games, competitions and festivities are as varied as the

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On the Cover

Life’s Simple Pleasures

Somewhere along the line, pleasure got a bad rap. Actually, there is no mystery about when the confusion started. It began when Adam and Eve decided they would rather be

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On the Cover

An Enduring Fireside Chat

Compared to where we’ve just come from, the road ahead looks a little bleak. We just burned through three major holidays in less than five weeks. The shopping-eating-meeting-greeting frenzy is

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