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Chester-East Lincoln teachers were chosen to receive a $100
Walmart gift card: (not in order) Pam Woith, Brenda Bartley,
Greg Hoffert, Gary Stoltzenburg, Whitney Kincheloe, Jennifer
Warnisher, Marge Aper, Claudia McEvers and Chris Ciaccio (Sarah Crim, absent). Walmart representatives (far right)
are Becky Rybolt,
Charlene Robb and manager Cody Adkins.
Picture by Marla Blair (Click on
picture for larger image.)
Oct. 6 photo shows Felicia Williams, community liaison for Buffalo City
Council member Darius Pridgen, holding a "Pot Pop" lollipop in Buffalo, N.Y. The
marijuana-shaped candy that's showing up on store shelves around the country
won't get kids high, but aghast city leaders and anti-drug activists say the
product and grocers carrying it represent a new low.
AP photo by David Duprey
See story "Marijuana-shaped candy alarms parents,
officials" below in
Student of the
reverse) Matthew Buttry, Cassie
Student of the
was a special
day at CEL, and
the story is in
Picture by Marla
Hunting for a prescription drug plan
is no game ... Good nutrition important for eye
health as you age ... 100 disability conditions
fast-tracked by Social Security ... Caring for Mom and Dad:
cost-effective tips to create an accessible bathroom
News & information for
the seniors in our community
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LDN - Entertainment
Paul McCartney and American heiress Nancy Shevell exit Marylebone
Town Hall in central London following their wedding Sunday.
Shevell, 51, is McCartney's third wife.
They were engaged earlier this year.
The couple met in the Hamptons in Long Island, N.Y., shortly
after the singer's divorce from Heather Mills in 2008.
Breastfeeding Myth: It is
normal for breastfeeding to hurt. Not true! Though some
tenderness during the first few days is relatively
common, this should be a temporary situation which lasts
only a few days and should never be so bad that the
mother dreads nursing.
For more information,
contact the breastfeeding peer counselor at the Logan
County Department of Public Health, 217-735-2317, ext.
Philadelphia Eagles' Dion Lewis, bottom, is tackled by
Buffalo Bills' Arthur Moats (52) as Eagles' Casey Matthews (50)
attempts to block during a kick return in the third quarter of an
NFL game in Orchard Park, N.Y., on Sunday. The
Bills stunned the Eagles 31-24 to start their season 4-1.