Category for Guest Columns

GI Bill eases college costs for military families

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By Jason Alderman As Veteran’s Day approaches, this is a good time to remind our active duty service members and veterans about the many education assistance benefits available to them through the G.I. Bill and

4 simple steps to combat prescription drug abuse

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By Dr. John Dakin, PhD, MS, LMFT You may have heard the news that prescription drug abuse is on the rise in your community. In 2007 alone, more than 2,300 Texans died as a result

There is Power in Praying Together

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There is strength and power in numbers. In other words, we can accomplish a lot together at a team than a single individual. Numbers amount to power if all are joined together with a

Don’t dawdle on student loan search

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By Jason Alderman Millions of young Americans recently began their senior year of high school. If your kid is among them, he or she is probably busy juggling homework, extracurricular activities and maybe a part-time

Carrie is one horror villain everyone can root for

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Title: Carrie Rated: R No one rooted for Michael Meyers, Freddy Krueger, or Jason Voorhees. But there is something about Carrie that makes you cheer for her; if not out loud, a little from the heart.

Believe Your Prayers

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By Bishop “DD” Hayes Again, I bring you another article on prayer. There is one thing about our nation, and that is when trouble or calamity strikes, we as a people know how to turn

Carrie is one horror villain everyone can root for

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Title: Carrie Rated: R No one rooted for Michael Meyers, Freddy Krueger, or Jason Voorhees. But there is something about Carrie that makes you cheer for her; if not out loud, a little from the heart.

After Earth does not have a lot to offer

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By Matt Mungle Title: After Earth Rated: PG-13 I think movie audiences are ready to forgive M. Night Shyamalan for The Happening, The Last Airbender, and anything else that isn’t The Sixth Sense. He has made more

A beach book for wine enthusiasts

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By David White Rarely do wine enthusiasts have a summertime page-turner. There was Sideways, of course, the Pinot-drenched novel by Rex Pickett that became a blockbuster movie, but that hit bookstores nearly ten years ago. Over the