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Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 6:18pm

Tips for Seniors on Deciding to Go Mobile or Keep Home Phone

Deciding to keep a home phone service can be a tough decision.

The Cable Wars: How Do You Choose?

Choosing a cable company can be a little intimidating. Aggressive media campaigns and advertisements outline the superior services of one company, then immediately, a celebrity details the lost cost bundling packages of different one.

Foreclosure Deals Getting Tougher to Find

If you are or have ever experienced a home foreclosure, you know how difficult it is. Not only can foreclosure damage your credit, it can also destroy people's will. But fortunately, there are great resources for the less fortunate.

The Art of Dehydrating Foods

A couple of years ago, I started dehydrating foods.

DIY Word Wall Art Ideas

One of the easiest and most economical ways to add personality and artwork to one’s home is to do it yourself. Art projects can be fun family projects or personal journey’s of self-expression.

A 'Katniss' for New Orleans 'Hunger Games' Spoof

You knew it was coming: A Hunger Games spoof.

The Squatty Potty Makes Me Feel Skinny

About a month ago, I blogged about the Squatty Potty. I came across it online, and it looked like a good idea.

Officials: Winnsboro burn victim fabricated story of attack

Officials say the woman who was believed to be burned during an attack may have actually set fire to herself. Winnsboro Police Chief Lester Thomas says there is no evidence to suggest that anyone else was involved in the attack.

Burn victim to have first surgery, community rallies in support

Alexandria to host SWAC Women's Soccer Championships

The 2012 Southwestern Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Championships will be held in Alexandria beginning Thursday, November 1 through Sunday, November 4.