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Salt Sense for deli lovers
March 29, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
Salt Sense for deli lovers | Test

Love the taste of deli meats and cheeses but wonder how it fits into a salt sensible lifestyle? The answer is, easily! Like much of the advice regarding the food we eat – from fats to sugars to salt – most nutrition experts will agree that the best approach to healthful eating is moderation.

Zip, line and laughter — Canopy tours offer exhilarating adventure
March 26, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
Zip, line and laughter — Canopy tours offer exhilarating adventure | Test

Ever wonder what it feels like to fly? What about swinging through the trees like Tarzan? Maybe your imagination is running a little wild if you’ve thought about being a flying Tarzan, but if so, it’s your lucky day. The Chattooga Ridge Canopy Tours at Wildwater Rafting’s Chattooga Adventure Center in Long Creek have recently opened to the public.

Feeling nostalgic with Raggedy Ann and Andy
March 25, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
Feeling nostalgic with Raggedy Ann and Andy | Test

Keep an eye out for the candy cane socks and the signature red yarn hair extensions. No, it isn’t a segment on Hollywood’s worst dressed list. Instead, the costume staples can be found on “Raggedy Ann and Andy” as the Walhalla Civic Players showcases its own rendition of the classic story.

The art of money…family fun on a budget
March 24, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
The art of money…family fun on a budget | Test

Maggie Walcheck agrees it was the best decision she has ever made as the head of her family unit. That was the decision to constantly think outside of the box when it came to keeping the family close-knit and strong. She is the self-proclaimed mom of making a dollar last and utilizing everything possible to keep her kids active, engaged and informed.

Do more to dodge diabetes
March 23, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
Do more to dodge diabetes | Test

Amputation, heart disease, clogged arteries, damaging cholesterol and early death. When you hear the word diabetes, what do you think about? That’s the question that Kim Ramsey has for medical patients, students and people she meets out in the public.

Hop into spring! Bunnies for your hunnies.
March 22, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
Hop into spring! Bunnies for your hunnies. | Test

Every year, friends and family emerge from hibernation to say farewell to winter and welcome spring with open arms. Whether you’re celebrating Easter, Earth Day or any other cheery spring occasion, this darling bunny cake and brownies are a great way to enjoy the happiness and rebirth that comes with the season.

Living in a canned world
March 19, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
Living in a canned world | Test

t seems to be difficult to turn around these days without hearing the word sustainability, when it comes to our energy, fuel, food and just overall mindset. Seneca resident Maggie Riley agrees, and that’s why she’s taken up the age-old practice of canning.

A friendly nest of WASPs in the sky
March 17, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
A friendly nest of WASPs in the sky | Test

As she unrolled a poster of a B-26 twin-engine bomber, not many people would have guessed that in her hay-day she was behind the controls. Furthermore, they wouldn’t expect the widowed Keowee Key-er to say, “That was my favorite plane to fly.”

Five Steps to Better Heart Health
March 16, 2010 – 7:40 pm | No Comment
Five Steps to Better Heart Health | Test

Heart disease – or cardiovascular disease – seems like something that happens to other people. But the truth is, about one third of adult Americans have some form of cardiovascular disease. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that 80 million Americans – that’s one of every three adults – live with one or more types of cardiovascular disease (CVD).

“Grate” burgers
March 15, 2010 – 6:00 pm | No Comment
“Grate” burgers | Test

There’s nothing like the “grate” taste of a big, juicy burger hot off the grill to signify the start of the summer cookout season. It’s no wonder that Americans’ love affair with burgers has been going strong for more than 100 years.

9/11 sparked his love for writing
March 12, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
9/11 sparked his love for writing | Test

Salem family applaudes son’s 1st novel. There he was, atop the World Trade Center, looking out over the city that never sleeps.

Pirates invade the upstate
March 11, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
Pirates invade the upstate | Test

SWU performance brings historic laughs-Aarrrrg! Maybe it’s not a great idea to walk the plank, but taking a stroll into the Folger Fine Arts Auditorium next weekend at Southern Wesleyan University may just shiver yer timbers by the end of the show.

Being granted the gift of sight all over the world-medical mission changes lives
March 10, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
Being granted the gift of sight all over the world-medical mission changes lives | Test

Having very little is made a bit easier to bear when we aren’t aware of the many things that the world has to offer. It’s so simple to understand, yet, it’s so powerful to see anyone smile through their disadvantages.

Unlocking the mystery behind Fibromyalgia
March 9, 2010 – 7:00 pm | No Comment
Unlocking the mystery behind Fibromyalgia | Test

It’s not facing the stigma it once did, nor are the patients that currently suffer from it. But doctors are still comparing the disease to a combination lock that is missing the all-important final number in the sequence.