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I was recently a guest on a webinar where we were talking about books. If you’ve followed my blog or website, then you know that I am a #1 Bestselling Author and have published 7 books. This is not to toot my own horn whatsoever. However, as a guest, I was being asked the question as to how I’ve accomplished what I have. Although I never said I was diligent in doing what I do, by having 7 books in 10 years proves that I was indeed diligent in doing what I love to do..............

To most patients and medical professionals as well a wrist fracture is straightforward and kind of dull. It goes like this. The doctor “sets” the fracture, applies a cast and in 6 weeks the bone heals and you are fine. Right? Ah, no. Not so fast my friend.

There are so many manufacturers of golf equipment we could never list them all here. Every manufacturer claims their ball flies farther. Now only ONE ball can fly farther so I think there is a little fibbing going on here.

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Oct. 10 talks at MCC explore ‘The Syrian Refugee Crisis’

SIDNEY – Learn about “The Syrian Refugee Crisis” during two presentations on Oct. 10 by Dr. Rihab Sawah, professor of physics at St. Louis Community College – Florissant Valley in Ferguson, Mo. The first presentation is from noon to 1 p.m. in rooms D303-305 in the Beatrice E. Doser Building on MCC’s Sidney campus. The second presentation is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in room G129 in the Ash TLC on MCC’s Greenville campus. Lunch and supper are free for students with a current MCC ID and are $2 each for all others. This is the final presentation in the 2017 Stanley and Blanche Ash Lectureship Series, which features nationally and internationally-known speakers, whose presentations aim to increase awareness of key issues of global and domestic importance......

Most of us believe in prevention but we don't always practice it. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure we've heard before. The best way to keep a car healthy is faithful service. Changing the oil, taking care of the transmission and replacing parts are all part of the long term game.........