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(BPT) - The change of season creates a need for many adjustments around your home, from switching over wardrobes to warmer clothes, to completing necessary yard work and home repairs. You can also make adjustments to ensure you get the most out of your heating and cooling dollars as temperatures change.
(BPT) - Although many people workout, eat the right foods and are very concerned about their overall health, one important factor is often overlooked: sleep. In today’s 24/7 world, people are often going right up until they have to go to bed – leaving them unable to turn off their minds. In fact, according to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), 41 percent of Americans report having problems with tossing and turning at least a few nights a week.
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Before the curtain rises and the lights are turned on, students working behind the scenes create an entire world for Arizona Repertory Theatre actors.
Q: What is better for a computer, leaving it on all the time or shutting it down every night? — Justin
Since my childhood I’ve gotten excited about the holidays because people seemed enjoyably different, more social, less negative, and, of course, I woke up and found stuff with my name on it under the Christmas tree that dad and I selected. Most of the packages contained items that I may have nonchalantly mentioned to my parents as being possible gift partialities. They often added a few great selections on their own.
In a quandary over vote on Prop 100 funds
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June 22, 2005 - It was through Bob Honea, whose teammates nicknamed him "The Mayor of Marana," that the small Northwest farm town may have seen its first claim to fame and possibly an ironic glimpse into the future of the Honea family.
March 9, 2005 - In a year, more than one million pounds of relief supplies are distributed around the world through the efforts of Tucson-based World Care.
There is a small, determined group of young environmentalists at the end of the sixth-grade hall at Wilson K-8 School, and they've put the school's teachers on notice: Turn off your room lights or get carded.
The odds were stacked against Westyn Lee Tanawa Hamilton when he squared off against five bouncers behind the New West/Gotham nightclub in the cold, early morning hours of Jan. 2, 2000.