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Foot Candy

by Becky Mahoney

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Apron Free Cooking ~ Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Bars

by Noel LizotteNoel@ApronFreeCooking.comCookies for breakfast? When I was a little girl and stayed overnight at grandma’s house, I was amazed that she would sometimes let us eat cookies for breakfast. At home mom always made us eat traditional breakfast food like cereal.In hindsight, the cookies grandma let us eat weren’t exactly Oreos, but rather a healthy snack disguised as a cookie. Grandma’s cookies were full of things like dates and fibe...

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Savvy Senior

Air Travel Tips for Seniors with Special NeedsDear Savvy Senior - I would like to fly my elderly parents across the country next month for my daughter’s wedding but have some concerns about the flight. My mom has trouble walking long distances and my dad has COPD and needs an oxygen tank. What airport or airline services are available to help old passengers? - Concerned DaughterDear Concerned - Flying can be physically exhausting for anyone, but fo...

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Home Country

Slim RandlesDewey and Emily were the first to finish their lunches, and the two sweethearts whispered together at the nearby coffee machine while the rest of the valley’s first focus group finished up.“Honey,” said Emily, “maybe you should let me lead the discussion? What do you think?”“You bet. I’ll take notes.”When the dishes were cleared away, they got right to it. Dewey loosened his necktie and got...

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Movie Review

“Captain America: The Winter Soldier”By Bob GarverRegular readers know that I’m usually quick to attack Captain America. I argue that he got his powers from taking questionable injections and I consider him a glorified steroid case. I can’t do that with “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” Injections can’t make our hero so tactical or incorruptible or handy with a shield. So already things are looking up.

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Club News

Crawford County Salon 389 Eight and FortyThe March meeting of Crawford County,Salon 389, Eight and Forty met in Shelby, Ohio at Legend’s Grill.Petit Chapeau Jeanie Gibson welcomed partners, this being the first meeting since winter recess.Correspondence was received from, Dept d’Ohio on the Le Pouvoir being held April 11-12 in Perrysburg,Ohio.Our Salon has endorsed Partner Darlene Leiter, Candidate for Dept d’ Ohio...

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Home Country

Slim RandlesDewey and Emily were the first to finish their lunches, and the two sweethearts whispered together at the nearby coffee machine while the rest of the valley’s first focus group finished up.“Honey,” said Emily, “maybe you should let me lead the discussion? What do you think?”“You bet. I’ll take notes.”When the dishes were cleared away, they got right to it. Dewey loosened his necktie and got...

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All Time Belongs To Him

By Deacon Gregory M. KirkSaint Joseph Catholic Church, GalionStanding on the brink of the most holy week of the year for Christians, I’m filled with excitement and treasuring the miracle of Easter, anew. When Jesus rose from the dead, His triumph became our triumph. Nothing can defeat or overwhelm one who believes. Even physical death will not have the last word. For those who hope and believe in Christ, Christ will have the last word. The last word is resurrection...

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Ohio, the Other Border

By Maribel Hastings, America’s VoiceCLEVELAND – Every Tuesday night in Painesville, Ohio, immigrants with a common denominator meet at a converted church: They are protagonists or collateral damage in the government’s deportation machine.The picture blows the water out of the argument that the deportations are focused on criminals or recent border crossers without ties to the United States, that they aren’t separating families. Here the smokescree...

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The Wine Guys

By TOM MARQUARDT and PATRICK DARRThere once was a time when only a handful of states produced respectable wines. Now, wine is made in all but a couple of states – and a lot of it is respectable.Although improved winemaking has enabled amateur winemakers to overcome weather obstacles, the opportunities have expanded because of climate change and a better understanding of what grapes perform well in cooler climates.States like Maryland and Pennsylvania hav...

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Thought for the Day

“Above you, is the Mountain of Peace and Prosperity where we all want to go. But when you try to climb that hill, the person you haven’t forgiven weighs you down.” ~ Leymah Gbowee

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This Week In Galion’s History

by Noel LizotteNoel@ApronFreeCooking.comGalion has a colorful and lengthy past. The events noted in this column are taken from the Galion Inquirer archives from years past. The focus will be items of personal or community interest from 10, 25, 50 and 75 years ago.The week of April 13, 2004A memo issued by the Galion City Council addressed the ongoing state audit and financial investigation after the attempted suicide of the...

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Thought for the Day

“What a man does for others, not what they do for him, gives him immortality.” ~ Daniel Webster

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Use Section 1031 to Defer Higher Taxes

(3/28/2014 AZ Republic by Dr. Harold Wong)The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) adds a new higher ordinary income tax bracket of 39.6 percent for these filing statuses and taxable income in 2013: Married filing jointly and surviving spouses ($450,000); Single taxpayers ($400,000); Heads of households ($425,000); and Married filing separately ($225,000). These are inflation adjusted and will increase in future years.

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Home Country

Slim RandlesEmily led the group of five into the Mule Barn, through the coffee shop itself, and into what is known locally as “the banquet room” when it isn’t being used for storage. Fraternal groups representing several animals used it monthly, and the Rotarians and Kiwanians weren’t unknown there, either.But this was different. As Emily led them into the room and told them to please sit together at the one long table, they could see that Dewey w...

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Why Are Americans Paying to Be Searched, Spied On, Shot At and Robbed Blind by the Government?

By John W. Whitehead“To force a man to pay for the violation of his own liberty is indeed an addition of insult to injury.”—Benjamin Tucker, 19th century advocate of American individualist anarchism

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Quote for the Day

“My mom made two dishes: Take it or Leave it.” — Stephen Wright, comedian

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