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artist Roberta Ingram stands with two of her
paintings. The mountain scene on the left
is one of her favorites, done with knives
instead of brushes. Ingram's works will be
the center of attention at a gallery reception
at the Lincoln Art Institute on Saturday
Photo by Nila
(Click on picture for
"cut" for a
business. Dan Forgy,
cut the red
2011 in a
and are now
AP photo Nila
Consuming more fatty acids may reduce symptoms of dry eye ...
Medicare releases home health compare tool ... Help mom save $4,000 a year ... Boomers: Living comfortably at home in style ...
Baby boomers -- more active than ever with no plans of slowing down
Simple cleaning solutions: medicine cabinet makeover
... May the benefits be with you ...
Social Security FAQs on retirement and Medicare ... Early colon cancer detection means earlier treatment
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the seniors in our community
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LDN - Entertainment
this file photo from Jan. 12, 1979, singer Donna Summer poses with
three awards she won at the American Music Awards in Los
Angeles, Calif. Summer, the Queen of Disco, who ruled the dance
floors with anthems like "Last Dance," "Love to Love You Baby"
and "Bad Girl," has died. Her family announced her death in a
statement Thursday. She was 63.
Tania Van Hoorn, center,
recently signed with Culver-Stockton University in Canton, Mo.,
where she will continue to develop her basketball and volleyball
career. Van Hoorn is a four-sport athlete graduating this year
from Olympia High School.
Picture provided by Penny King
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