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The 2016 presidential election is still almost 20 months away, but already we’re getting strong hints of how the campaign will shape  up.

Posted at 1:05 PM

The Vampire Diaries' Damon finally has his friend Bon Bon back, but what she brought with...

Posted at 12:00 PM

Southwest Minnesota State University faculty, administrators and students will take part in a “Funny Women” reading at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18 in Charter Hall 217 on campus.

Updated at 11:26 AM

Next week is St. Patrick’s Day, which in Ireland is not only an official public holiday, but is also a prominent religious observance to the Roman Catholic Church and the Protestant Church of Ireland.

Updated at 11:21 AM

In the book of Nehemiah, there is a story of how a city had been torn down and gates burned with fire. That city is named Jerusalem. Jerusalem had been conquered by the Babylonians and had become a place of despair.

Updated at 11:15 AM

In spite of popular belief, the words, “First, do no harm” do not appear in the Hippocratic Oath, that statement of ethical standards by which most physicians swear to abide.

Updated at 11:10 AM

Most everybody likes a hot bowl of chili with crackers on a cold winter’s night (yep, it’s still winter and cold). We got a little tired, though, of my old kidney bean and ground beef version, so I searched out a new recipe, revised it a bit, and it...

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