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Redwood Falls Gazette - Redwood Falls - MN
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This week, news broke of yet another school shooting. Sadly, they are becoming all too frequent — a point that was driven home by some startling statistics released later that same day.

Updated at 1:44 PM

Ticks are gross, but worse, they’re dangerous, especially deer ticks that can infect you with Lyme disease.

Updated at 1:42 PM

We all know the sun can damage our skin and that sunburns can lead to skin cancer, but what about the alternatives like indoor tanners and lotions? And what SPF (sun protection factor) is right for your skin?

Updated at 1:41 PM

“At Barnes & Noble we recognize that beach reading may mean many things to many different people,” said Mary Amicucci, vice president of adult trade and children’s books for Barnes & Noble Booksellers. “This is one reason we have themed our summer...

Updated at 1:40 PM

June is the wedding month, but no matter when you get married, brides are faced with what to do with the wedding dress after the big day. And, how about the veil or even the engagement ring?

Updated at 1:39 PM

Like it or not, taking selfies is a trend that’s not going to stop soon. Top fashion photographer Nigel Barker spoke to Nightline and offered a few tips to take amazing self portraits on your smartphone: Posing is bad; confidence and being...

Updated at 1:36 PM

If you think the two kinds of corn are the white kind and the yellow kind, you’re sadly misinformed. There are two kinds, but they’re the eating kind and the other kind.

Updated at 1:35 PM

Four ways to go wild with blueberries:• This summer variation of the Moscow Mule features wild blueberries. • Blueberry pie is a summertime staple, but for a pie that stands out, make it chilled.

Updated at 1:32 PM

(Family Features) Kabobs are a simple way to enjoy many of your favorite fresh flavors in a single meal. With their easy preparation and quick cooking time, kabobs make a perfect weeknight meal when served over rice along with a crisp salad.

Updated at 1:26 PM

A cruise through the farmers’ market in mid-summer will give you the idea that there are six or seven zillion kinds of greens. In reality, though, there are two: small and big.

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