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Roland Chandler Richardson

To your health, 1-13 To your health, 1-13

Conventional wisdom: popular but often untrue

Parker named director of Tri-County’s Business and Industrial Training Department Parker named director of Tri-County’s Business and Industrial Training Department

Richard Parker has been named director of Tri-County Technical College’s Corporate and Community Education Business and Industrial Training Department (World Class Training Center). Parker has been working in the position on an interim basis since the retirement of John Benson in 2008.

A stone wall can provide exercise A stone wall can provide exercise

If you feel like getting your blood moving — and with longer lasting effect than lifting dumbbells — go outside and lift stones. Make a dry stone wall — that is, one laid without mortar.

Masks can boost daily skin-care routines Masks can boost daily skin-care routines

You swear you’re getting in shape in 2010. Your body. Your soul. Your skin?

Living well, 1-13 Living well, 1-13

Protecting our families with vaccines

Savvy Senior, 1-13 Savvy Senior, 1-13

Glaucoma sneaks up on seniors

Assault charges dropped against former Clemson coach Adair Assault charges dropped against former Clemson coach Adair

Assault charges against former Clemson soccer coach Trevor Adair for an incident with his daughters have been dismissed.

Natural evolution is not our privy Natural evolution is not our privy

Editor:
I refer to The Journal’s Jan. 8, 2010 issue and the article “Experts: Cold Snap Doesn’t Disprove Global Warming” by A. P. reporter Malcolm Ritter.

Bring back Danny! Bring back Danny!

Editor:
In the 115 years of Clemson football, we have won 59 percent of our games. That translates into 7-5 season records. The legendary Frank Howard won only 58 percent of his games.

Unemployed testing would tax the system and our rights Unemployed testing would tax the system and our rights

Senator David Thomas of Greenville hopes to start a discussion that could lead to a pilot program by proposing drug testing of people filing for unemployment.

Charles Krauthammer: The Gitmo obsession Charles Krauthammer: The Gitmo obsession

On Wednesday, Nigerian would-be bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was indicted by a Michigan grand jury for attempted murder and sundry other criminal charges. The previous day, the State Department announced that his visa had been revoked. The system worked.

Hendrix family, Sony to release “new” album Hendrix family, Sony to release “new” album

Jimi Hendrix fans will be able to hear around an hour’s worth of music from their guitar hero never commercially available before when his family and Sony Commercial Music Group release a “new” album on March 8.