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The Carthage Press
Posted at 1:01 AM

A friend gave me a wonderful children’s book called “Cat in the City,” by Julie Salamon. Intended for 8- to 12-year-olds, it is a wonderful story for children with a level of sophistication that speaks to adults. It is a story about friendship between animals, between animals and humans, and about unexpected relationships.

Updated at 12:43 AM

It’s a reflection of our networked, wired world that many TV shows feature smart people sitting in front of computers speed typing and rattling off tech jargon before brilliantly tracking down a bad guy or solving a crime. When done with the...

Updated at 11:46 PM

I’m great at loving my neighbors in theory and from a distance. But the neighbors who live the closest — my family — see me at my best and at my worst. And those precious neighbors? They need to see more of my best. Some things...

Updated at 9:25 PM

Dancing with the Stars went from high school hallways to federal prison Monday night,...

Posted at 9:05 PM

Olympic swimming god Michael Phelps won't be hitting the pool as a professional anytime soon.

Posted at 7:05 PM

When Teresa Giudice learned that she would be 

Posted at 6:05 PM

Green Card star Gerard Depardieu made a shocking admission in his new...

Posted at 5:30 PM

The first ebola cases have been found in the U.S. but the government is assuring us there is no reason to panic, about a disease with a greater than 70 percent mortality rate.

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