- Teens in Rideout council learn about medical field
- By Griffin Rogers/A-D Reporter
- High school sophomores Meaghan Baines and Lauren Kroeger heard stories about the Rideout Health Teen Leadership Council before they applied.
They knew the year-long program exposes students to the medical field, giving them a crash course in daily h... Full story
- How to resolve consumer complaints
- Experts show 'best way' to get purchase satisfaction
- By Andrew Cummins/A-D Copy Editor
- Getting your money's worth or being satisfied with a purchase are critical tenets for savvy consumers.
But when it comes to handling sub-par experiences, both consumer and business advocates say it's best to let cooler heads prevail before becoming ... Full story
- ‘Miss Saigon:’ A love story unfolds from Vietnam-era culture
- By Josh Kendrix/A-D Copy Editor
- Editor's note: The May 19 performance of "Miss Saigon" at River Valley High School was canceled due to a power failure at the school. A make-up performance is set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 23. Ticket prices are the same. The May 24-2... Full story
- Plan carefully to get a bumper crop of tomatoes
- Planting season at its peak now
- By Kathy Van Mullekom/Daily Press (Newport News, Va.)
- It's time to dream of those summertime sandwiches and BLTs, made with tomatoes you grow in your own yard — in pots or the ground.
In most areas of the country, mid-May is the ideal time to put in tomatoes because they need warm soil, not just ... Full story
- Thanking veterans for freedom to worship
- A Grateful Nation Remembers in 20th year at Calvary Christian Center
- By Leticia Gutierrez/A-D Community Editor
- Calvary Christian Center in Yuba City is honoring veterans this weekend with A Grateful Nation Remembers, but religion has little to do with it.
"This is nothing like a church service," said the Rev. Michael Ciociola on Wednesday. "No preaching, no ... Full story
- The Bucket List, May 12, 2013
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