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Helpful tips for more attentive caregiving

Organization is key

The job of a caregiver takes much attention to detail. Here are some tips for both caregivers and friends of caregivers!

Chris Jepson: What do we do with dad?

No father wants to imagine it. Of being reduced, for all intents and purposes, to bedridden vegetable matter.

We all know our outcomes. What happens upon death, well, I have definite opinions on that subject, but this column is about considering only how we “give up the ghost.”

A classic quesadilla done the healthy way

A healthy 'little cheese thing'

Try one of these healthy quesadillas, accompanied by a dab of fat-free sour cream, if desired, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You'll never miss the original recipe!

Rural and poor areas face projected decrease in local doctors

Some states have dire need

Some states are expected to see a shortage in doctors, due to new graduates seeking employment elsewhere.

Opening a jar? Try dishwashing gloves!

Opening jars

Use a pair of standard dishwashing gloves to open jars. It's a great gripper, especially if your hands are the least bit moist.

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Cat chewing plastic: a sign of boredom?

Stop your cat from chewing

While some of the cats I've cared for over the years couldn't care less about gnawing on such things, others were fascinated with crinkly plastic, crumpled paper and similar interesting items.

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Jay Getty finalist for national coach of year

Hagerty coach is a finalist

Longtime Oviedo and Hagerty High School cross country and track coach and athletic director Jay Getty has been named among the best coaches in the country.

Josh Garrick: February preview

Get a sneak peek at all the best cultural events happening in February.

It’s a form of art exhibit as members of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Maitland present 30 tablescapes of amazing creativity.

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Christina Rordam: Seeing the forest when selling, buying

The forest for the trees

It’s a saying we’ve all heard and with just cause, “Don’t lose sight of the forest for the trees”.

Louis Roney: Glass Houses

An old American Indian proverb goes: “Don’t judge any man until you have walked two moons in his moccasins.”

An old American Indian proverb goes: “Don’t judge any man until you have walked two moons in his moccasins.”

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Orlando Regional Realtor Association's new president

Bruce Elliott

The Orlando Regional Realtor Association will induct member Bruce Elliott, Regal R.E. Professionals LLC, as 2017 president at its upcoming annual awards and inaugural gala.

Chris Jepson: Better for women, better for men

The better it is for women, the better it is for men.

The better it is for women, the better it is for men.

Josh Garrick: Culture for Your Calendar

Originating in the Scottish Highlands during the 11th Century, Highland Games have long been an audience-favorite spectacle.

Originating in the Scottish Highlands during the 11th Century, Highland Games have long been an audience-favorite spectacle.

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Knights still strong after UConn loss

After UConn loss

The UConn Huskies continued to be a thorn in UCF’s side as they won 64-49 when UCF traveled to a freezing Connecticut on Sunday.

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Suspicious package threat shuts down part of Winter Park

Suspicious package

Police called in the bomb squad, using a robot to investigate a suspicious package found near Winter Park's downtown core Wednesday afternoon. The package was later deemed non-dangerous.

Letter to the editor: Know how to lose

I have noticed that most of the persons who voted in the recent election for the losing candidate must be from the group having grown up not knowing how to lose.

Josh Garrick: Culture for Your New Year's Calendar

Josh Garrick’s super sale art exhibit at Bloomingdale’s

Hosted by the Orlando Downtown Arts District and Bloomingdale’s at the Mall of Millenia, the public is invited to the final day of my art exhibit featuring my printed on aluminum artwork.

Chris Jepson: Who’s buying Trump?

Trump is a tawdry confidence man, the quintessential bridge salesman. So sad for those buying. All Americans for that matter.

I learned a new word during my research for this column. And I am amazed that I did not see it used once during the presidential election. Trumpery.

Louis Roney: Far beyond the pale

Will the military ever be military again and stop being ‘yes men?’ I’m still waiting for answers.

Something has been bothering me. It just gnaws at me, and I’m not enough of an expert to handle it.

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What you need to know about healthy eyesight

Protecting your eyes

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month – the perfect time to spread the word about the disease.

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