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  • Weird News of The Week! 11/25

    Weird News of The Week! 11/25

    FROM THIS WEEK’S WEIRD NEWS FILES: After seven years of stretching and pulling his face, a Rus...

  • Morning Mix Mutt-November 20

    Morning Mix Mutt-November 20

    Jax is a 5-year old male neutered pug mix.  He’s very happy, will do anything for a treat, and...

  • Coats For Caring

    Coats For Caring

    We want your help to stuff the VLFCU cuBe with coats and warm clothes for kids and adults.  Last yea...

  • Military Holiday Greetings

    Military Holiday Greetings

    It’s great to hear our son’s and daughter’s voices when they can’t be here f...

  • Girls Night Out

    Girls Night Out

    Tuesday November 25 at Kalahari, with dinner, shopping, entertainment, the Bras For A Cause, Deal or...

  • Terrific Teacher Tuesday

    Terrific Teacher Tuesday

    Nominate your favorite teacher to win some nice prizes, plus a little something for the person who n...

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Coats For Caring

Coats For Caring

Military Holiday Greetings

Military Holiday Greetings

  • Tom Brady Respects Aaron Rodgers

    Tom Brady Respects Aaron Rodgers

    By Tommy Byrne Doug Pensinger/Getty Images(FOXBOROUGH, Mass.) — Patriots quarterback Tom Brady knows it won’t be easy going up against the Packers led by quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Sunday. Brady last visited Lambeau Field in 2006 and shutout Green Bay 35-0. “He’s just phenomenal, a great player. I always love watching him play because he does things that a lot of guys in the league can’t do; that nobody can really do except him,” Brady said of Rodgers. “For a quarterback, I really know how hard it is to do that, especially on a consistent basis, and he’s been as ... Read More »
  • Ohio State Gears Up for Michigan

    Ohio State Gears Up for Michigan

  • Civil War Preview

    Civil War Preview

  • Report: Former Bills Star Contemplated Suicide

    Report: Former Bills Star Contemplated Suicide

  • Researchers Identify Gene Mutations Linked to Blood Cancer Risk

    Researchers Identify Gene Mutations Linked to Blood Cancer Risk

    By Louis Milman Nikolay Suslov/Hemera/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Researchers at Harvard Medical School said that as many as ten percent of adults over the age of 65 may have a gene mutation linked to the development of blood cancers. According to the study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers looked at two groups including a total of 29,000 patients. Patients with that particular set of gene abnormalities had a significantly increased likelihood of cancer — an increase of 11 to 13 percent. Researchers say it is too early to test for the mutations on a large scale, as ... Read More »
  • Study Shows Promise in Development of Possible Ebola Vaccine

    Study Shows Promise in Development of Possible Ebola Vaccine