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In bad times and in good, loved ones’ thoughtfulness is a lifesaver

KEARNEYSVILLE – Faced with an illness, accident or death in

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The long ago sightings of the White Thing

With late October in mind, I thought that I would

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High-spending races promised for U.S. Senate, House seats

Donors are already ponying up big money for candidates running

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Ranson Renewed progress slowed with fed shutdown

Ranson is a small city in the Washington D.C. area

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Most of us hope there is a silver lining even

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When Washington knows best, you can bet your boots there’s

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A lecture on money until the curtain rises again

As I stated in a previous column, I had no

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An Affordable Care Act guide for employers

The Affordable Care Act, signed into law in March 2010,

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Quail hunting on Thanksgiving morning

KEARNEYSVILLE — Traditions come in as many varieties as there

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Remembering Karl Timmermann, the WWII hero of Remagen

EDITOR’S NOTE: Ken Hechler, a Long Island, N.Y., native who

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