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The writing’s now on the Web

The truth is that it is becoming ever more difficult to send a message and have it not only be received, but understood and absorbed.
Our electronic attention span has been boiled down to nanoseconds and megabytes. I barely skim the beginning of a lengthy (and likely fabricated) e-mail about a starving child in a foreign country who will be saved if only I forward the message on to 15 of my friends before I click the delete button and move on to the next bit of Internet junk.

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Heat devices pose hazard

Unfortunately, such devices are the cause of a number of fires each season; heating fires lead to about 36 percent of residential fires in rural areas each year, according to the USAF.
To reduce the risk of a heating-related blaze, there are several precautions that residents can take, including regular maintenance of all heaters and fireplaces.
Other tips offered by the USAF are:

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RHS girls claim 5-A state crown

Williams set the pace for the Lady Bearcats with a time of 20:18 over the three mile course. 
Sarah Jones added a ninth place finish with a time of 21:05, followed by Nali Acosta in 10th with a time of 21:17. 
“Redd has run fast all year, but she was willing to sacrifice individual honors today for the good of the team,” said head coach Dave Anderson. “The team’s performance today just demonstrates the team first concept we coach here.” 

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