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Women veterans, mark your calendars for April 21-22, when the 2017 National Women Veterans Summit is held in Dallas. Women make up 10 percent of all veterans, and that number is expected to rise … more
Whether you’re trying to pay off bills, save for a dream vacation or create a nest egg for retirement, having a sound budget is often the first step toward bringing your financial goals to … more
Q: When I was a youngster growing up in Illinois, I was quite the fan of Rin-Tin-Tin. I ate Nabisco Shredded Wheat since the company sponsored the television series. I have the “Adventures of … more
An estimated 43 million women in the U.S. are affected by heart disease and stroke, resulting in over 400,000 deaths each year, according to the American Heart Association. By knowing the risk … more
U.S. Highway 84 enters New Mexico just east of Clovis, and that is where my wife, MaryAnn, and I stopped for the night. We were pulling our little travel trailer back home from Florida. U.S. Highway … more
The education children receive today will help them throughout their lives. School is the fundamental component of the learning process, but education doesn't stop when kids arrive back home at the … more
Your focus changes during the warm weather months. Your backyard becomes your new living room and the most memorable evenings are spent outdoors with friends and loved ones. This is provided, of … more
On April 4, 1975, childhood friends Bill Gates and Paul Allen found the computer software company Microsoft in Albuquerque, N.M. In 1987, the 31-year-old Gates became the world's youngest billionaire. Today, Microsoft is the world's largest software maker. more
From fresh egg production to natural garden fertilizer, there is no shortage of benefits in raising backyard poultry. But even as families become more familiar with sustainable living and keeping … more
On March 25, 1933, USS Sequoia The Sequoia would go on to serve eight U.S. presidents. Previously, the Department of Commerce had used it as a decoy to catch Prohibition lawbreakers. more
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