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Hungry to get 2013 started off right? Some recipes for success

KEARNEYSVILLE – Families celebrate the New Year in diverse ways:

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Toffee tale: Butter, sugar, pecans and chocolate … mmm

It’s another Christmas and another opportunity to bring new addicts

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Business incentives maligned by N.Y. Times

A recent article in the New York Times reported

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What Lincoln did and didn’t do on slavery

On Jan. 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln used his

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Want to make food gifts special? Contain yourself!

KEARNEYSVILLE – During the holidays, I love giving – and

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Dialogues by churches seek to stay spending cuts

There is a popular adage that religion and politics

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Boydville fire sale leaves farmland board burned

The story goes that Martinsburg’s historic Boydville estate and

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The U.S. should stop standing in the way of Palestinian statehood

The near-total isolation of U.S. diplomatic policy from that of

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New rules to offset states’ gaming gains

This state’s gravy train of legalized gambling revenue is about

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