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Leanne Lowry celebrated her 14th birthday in June and on July 15 announced she had verbally committed to play volleyball at the University of Iowa. She won't graduate from high school until 2020. Lowry, a 5-foot-11 libero, will be a freshman … more
Actually, time flies whether we are having fun or not. I mean, here we are already at the end of July. Seven months have passed since the beginning of the year. I am not sure about you, but for me … more
A friend of mine is on a dating site. She told me all about it. I said that it sounded like the Orphan Train. "Eleanor" said: "What's that?" "Saddest thing I've ever heard of," I said. The … more
A few months before my father’s death from cancer, our family gathered in the living room with my dad to talk about the future. By family, I mean my mother and my siblings and, of course, my father’s favorite cat, Sissy. It was a difficult … more
Enticing accomplished superstars from other companies/industries to jump ship and join your company is thought to be a quick recipe for success. Unfortunately, studies by Harvard Business Review show the fallacy in this thinking. What often happens … more
So, how's your cat? Certain words are reborn from time to time, and get used over and over. And over. "So" is one of them. I am so honored, so thrilled, and so happy. And you may have … more
Have you ever heard that saying, "Use it or lose it?" It is probably one of those messages we have all heard time and time again, so much so that maybe it has lost some of its power or meaning, or we … more
I am skeptical of many things. You may have noticed. The headline said, "Motivational speaker Robbins' coal walk burns more than 30." I nearly laughed out loud, and I don't laugh out … more
This is the third and final part of a series of columns that I have shared over the past three weeks looking at the power of words, the inspiration of visualization, and today we will complete the … more
Town Hall Arts Center’s Youth Theatre Program presents “Seussical JR” for area theater fans with morning and evening performances by actors ages 13 to 18, under the direction of Robert Michael Sanders. Let the Cat in the Hat guide you from the … more
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