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Feb 23,2007
JamieO Skincare announced today the launch of its company and the first two products in its new skincare line. The company was founded by the father and daughter team of Dr. Terry James and Jamie O’Banion. O’Banion, a Kim Dawson model and former pageant queen, was often in the public eye and, therefore, needed to have her skin always look its best. Her father, who is a medical doctor involved in clinical skincare formulation, helped ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Tejon Ranch Company today joined with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Audubon California to further protect the California Condor by announcing it would discontinue the use of lead hunting ammunition on Tejon Ranch, the 270,000-acre privately-owned ranch in California’s Tehachapi Mountains that is home to the state’s largest private hunting program. While tremendous progress has been made in bringing the bird back from the brink of extinction, poisoning from lead ammunition is regarded ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
The place where chopping, washing and drinking are done daily is arguably the cornerstone of every kitchen. Your sink needs to be as functional and durable as it can be. The designers at Swanstone Corp. of St. Louis recently introduced two styles of sinks that not only make working a little easier, they also last long while looking great. TAKE IT FOR GRANITE - The Ascend sink from Swanstone Corp. is made from 80 percent ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Condensation or moisture collecting on windows, walls or pipes can be a sign of high humidity. Bathing, cooking, washing and other similar activities adds lots of moisture to the air. The most important step in solving moisture problems is to limit moisture sources. [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
New homes in future years will remain about the same size, on average, but will vastly change and improve in comfort and sophisticated features. That's the finding of a study recently completed by the National Association of Home Builders. The pace of changes in new homes will be much faster over the next 10 years than in recent years, and buyers can expect that all homes will be significantly "greener" and more resource-efficient than today, ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
A few weeks ago, I published a question from a reader concerning a mother who wanted to transfer ownership of her property to her son. Everyone signed off on the quit claim deed but the deed wasn't recorded to make it official until after the mother died.In response to that column, I received a letter from another reader who did a similar thing."When she was widowed, my mother immediately had a quit claim deed drawn ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
An assessment of injuries from the Oregon Trauma Registry and the Oregon Health & Science University Trauma Registry found an alarming trend in the number of injuries due to off-road vehicles.Richard Mullins, M.D., chief of trauma/critical care at OHSU Hospital reviewed reports of injuries and death rates among riders of both four-wheel all-terrain vehicles and two-wheel off-road motorcycles. He found a 76 percent increase in patients injured in off-road vehicle accidents. His report is published ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
A sound that "can't be classified." Mangled metaphors comparing the music to trains barreling down iced-over lakes into your brain. Boilerplate sentiment that really, truly is B.S. Band bios are stupid, repetitive and conjured up for nearly every band. Thankfully, Jacob Lynam took the history of his rock band, Lynam, into his own creative hands. LYNAM - Jacob, left, and Mark, center, adopted the last name of David Lynam, right, for band-mythology purposes. CNS Photo. ... [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
Tim Herd’s watchable wildlife guide – wildlife observation in the right place at the right time. [full story]
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Feb 23,2007
You’re turning 65.  You’re healthy, productive and love your job.  You’re insured under your company’s health plan, and have been for 18 years. You plan to remain on the job until age 70, 75, perhaps longer.  You wouldn’t mind “dying in the saddle,” sort of like Jack Palance’s “Curley” in the movie City Slickers.  You can imagine a co-worker discovering your lifeless body, face compressed on the keyboard of your computer, a frozen smile of ... [full story]
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