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Which shall it be: tap or bottled water?

June 21, 2014 One of the frequent healthcare questions I see in the media and often asked is related to the use of water in the home and in the environment and in which form is it most beneficial to the patient... more »»

Your health: Don't become a phone potato

June 21, 2014 Facebook, email, Weather Channel, iFunny, USA Today — those are just a few of the applications that I check on my cell phone before getting out of bed in the morning. more »»

Summer Triangle is on the rise

June 21, 2014 Summer arrived astronomically in Marshall at 5:51 a.m. today, the moment of the annual summer solstice. more »»

On the Porch

June 21, 2014 Even as late as the 1940s and early 1950s, nearly every farmer was producing their own dairy products. Farmers separated the cream from the milk by using a DeLaval, or another such cream separator. more »»

What can vacations teach you about investing?

June 19, 2014 Neil Frost Summer is almost here — which means it’s officially vacation seaso. more »»

Branson by air

June 18, 2014 The major goals of any vacation include relaxing and “getting away from it all. more »»

Hydrate with infused water

June 18, 2014 The best way to get and stay hydrated is, of course, by drinking water. more »»

Talking tenure

June 18, 2014 The recent ruling by a California judge that declared that California’s tenure, dismissal and layoff laws were unconstitutional is causing a heating up of various arguments over the educational... more »»

More on county robberies

June 16, 2014 The MARSHALL DAILY MESSENGER reported in its Nov. more »»

Social Security online services make juggling easy

June 16, 2014 If you’re crazy about juggling, there’s a holiday just for you: Juggling Day on June 17. more »»

Apologies ring hollow, but these boys sure make things interesting

June 14, 2014 It’s no secret why the media is paying so much attention to a rich horse owner, who, as it turns out, is coming off like a complete (for pun purposes only: body part that belongs to a horse). more »»

Three things to know about long-term care insurance

June 14, 2014 Randy Groff Does your financial plan take into account all of the possibilities regarding your health and your ability to care for yourself in the future? Most people don’t think twice about insurin... more »»

Cats I have known

June 14, 2014 When I was 4 years old, a black cat strayed into our garage. I vaguely remembered that I was helping my mother dry the dishes when I spotted the feline. more »»

On the porch

June 14, 2014 Lyon County Historical Society & Museum executive director The photograph this week is a copy of Joseph Fifield’s service pension papers. more »»

Watch for different risk levels of ‘muni’ bonds

June 13, 2014 Neil Frost Are you thinking of investing in municipal bonds? If so, you may have good reason, particularly if you are in one of the higher tax brackets. more »»

Rice is so right

June 11, 2014 Rice has many attributes. It’s extremely nutritional, it’s very versatile, and also affordable. more »»

Branson ramblings

June 11, 2014 It’s easy to tell when you’re closing in on Branson, Missouri. The billboards trumpeting Branson’s attractions become so numerous, they almost form a picket fence. more »»

‘Corms’ for supper?

June 11, 2014 Today’s column brings a question from a reader — and I must admit it’s been a long time since I’ve had a question from a reader! This question stumped me, and I know I’ve never written about this... more »»

Bandits part of area history

June 9, 2014 Part I: “Bandits Get $4,500 in Raid This Morning,” read one of the headlines of the Marshall News Messenger newspaper on Jan. 3, 1933. more »»

Fathers, men’s health and Social Security

June 9, 2014 District manager   This year, we observe National Men’s Health Week from June 9 to 15. more »»



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