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Norma Jean Landers 86, of St. Joseph, Missouri passed away Friday, February 20, 2015 at her home. She was born February 7, 1929 in Horton, KS, daughter of Grace (Morford) and George Lynn...
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Kathryn M. Warren, 101, formerly of Penn Yan, passed away Wednesday, February 11, 2015 at the Avon Nursing Home.In keeping with Kathryn’s wishes, there will be a memorial service announced at a later...
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Collaboration causes efforts to bloom, at least that’s what we’re finding, and TGC Library has a new partner — Better Living for Texans. BLT is a statewide nutrition education program under the Texas...
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State should give us the 'right to try'
It would get us one step closer to true patient autonomy. “Right to die,” now the law in Oregon and Washington and recently debated in Colorado and Wyoming, is not a step toward giving people more...
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