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Eight best things to buy this month and next

Did you know, December and January are great times to grab steep deals on an array of products? I did not know, or was aware of, the following shopping tips in December and January.
Courtesy of Newspaper Metro I have now reason to start looking and possibly purchasing some items listed, and making a great deal during this time frame.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful. Rather than succumb to cabin fever, people can use the winter months as the perfect time to visit area stores and score a few deals.

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How to build a gingerbread house

If you are one of those who enjoys crafting from scratch, and not purchasing the pre-packaged gingerbread houses at a store, then the following can be your gingerbread house guide.
The following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, gives you some tips to build your original personal crafted gingerbread house.
Gingerbread cookies and houses are one of the many symbols of the holiday season, alongside Christmas trees and twinkling lights. In fact, few confections symbolize the holidays more so than gingerbread.

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Strategies to stay on your diet when dining out

After eating a huge Thanksgiving feast, most of us, including myself, will be back at trying to shed the extra pounds.
When dining out, try to choose healthier food choices or portions. I know I’m guilty for wanting to eat the foods that are not healthy for me. Dining out need not compromise a healthy diet.
The following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, will give you a few simple strategies on how you can hit the diners in town without derailing your diet.

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Happy 90th Birthday!

Her family included eight siblings. Her oldest brother died at sea. I think the story she told me was that he was in the military. She is the only living sibling today.
My mother, Essie Richard Fruge, grew up in Eunice, on Mill Street. She is a 1947 graduate of Eunice High. She graduated in the 11th grade. At that time, there was no such thing as 12th grade. She graduated at the old Eunice High, where the Eunice Jr. High is today.


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