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Honoring the ultimate sacrifice: Senior Center pays tribute to vets, those who have passed


During her time in the Army, Kaye Olson served as a casualty officer, who would notify families when their loved one was killed in the line… Read more

Highway work ending Friday for long Memorial Day weekend


Travelers heading north to cabins and resorts in Wisconsin won't have to deal with highway construction this Memorial Day weekend, but drivers should be aware of heavy traffic and possible delays. Read more

Chi-Hi recognizes Science Students of the Month

Noah Stewart, a sophomore, was selected for Science Student of the Month by Kari Skaar, for his performance in general chemistry. Read more

Pomp & Circumstance: Cornell

The following students will graduate from Cornell High School this spring. Read more

Police-Sheriff calls

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Lowe's run leads Charlotte to 1-0 win over Fort Myers

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. (AP) -- Nathaniel Lowe scored the decisive run on an error in the fourth inning, as the Charlotte Stone Crabs defeated the Fort Myers Miracle 1-0 on Thursday. Read more

Saints' first offseason work sharpens focus on new faces

METAIRIE, La. (AP) — Patrick Robinson spied Drew Brees stepping up to throw deep down the middle, sprinted back toward his own end zone and made an outstretched interception of a ball that initially looked to be thrown beyond anyone's reach. Read more

Piscotty, A's tag Hernandez early, beat Mariners 4-3

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Another day, another rocky first inning for six-time All-Star Felix Hernandez. Read more


Debunking the 6 biggest myths about 'technology addiction'

Here's a look at 6 common myths of technology addiction that deserve to be debunked by actual research. Read more

A hangover pill? Tests on drunk mice show promise

The "hangover pill" could begin human clinical trials in as early as one year. Here's how it would work: Read more

Messy women may actually liberate us all

From Mary Magdalene to "The Scarlet Letter"'s Hester Prynne and beyond, women of questionable morality who live undisciplined lives have been socially shunned. That seems to finally be changing. Read more

Would America vote for Oprah for president?

America has had a black president. Is the country ready for a black president who is also a woman? Read more