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New Dreams, New Beginnings, New Career

Continuing Education at Richland Prepares This Baby Boomer for New Possibilities by Alicia Wanek Many empty nesters are looking to try something different as they enter another season of life. With a new country, a new language, and with her

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UT elects first Latina, physically disabled student president

From Statesman.com Fourth-year government and Mexican-American studies major Alejandrina Guzman made University of Texas history Thursday when she was elected to be the Austin campus’ first Latina, physically disabled student body president. A campus-wide run-off election concluded with Guzman and

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Home & Garden

  We asked some local home décor and remodeling businesses to elaborate on the trends, both indoor and outdoor, and to weigh in on specifics. Plumbing Fixtures    Flooring   Linens and Upholstery   Time Pieces Custom Iron Accents   Unique

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Refresh, Rejuvenate, Revitalize

  Breathe New Life into Your Home to Enjoy and Add Value by Karyn Brodsky Homeowners can rejuvenate their space without building a new house, as there are many easy ways to refresh a home. Ann O’Blenes, Realtor, Performance Partners

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Your Guide to a DARTable Staycation

Getting the whole family organized for a vacation can be tricky. The good news is, staying local offers all the joys of fun out with the family, but with none of the hassle of making sure everyone packed a toothbrush.

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Relax Your Body; Release Your Stress

  by Alicia Wanek The French word “relâche” is often translated as “relax,” which is easy to do as soon as you walk into the Relâche Spa & Salon at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center. They offer “first-class

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Prioritize Your Personal Care

  Rejuvenate Your Beauty Regimen with Safer Products by Alicia Wanek Do you know what you’re putting on your body? Kathy Grane, Executive Director with Beautycounter does, and she believes you should, too. “Our skin is our largest organ, and

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Spring Into New Beginnings

  by Dr. Melanie Ross Mills | Special Contributor It’s 2017! This year I’m going to lose 5 pounds. I’ll eat more veggies. I won’t overspend at Costco. I’ll make my children write thank you notes for their Christmas gifts.

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Game, Set, Match!

  Good Kid Award recipient, Matthew Bransky, nets a win with tennis program for autistic kids. by Karyn Brodsky Benjamin Franklin coined the phrase, “If you want something done, ask a busy person.” Of course, Franklin never knew Matthew Bransky

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