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How to Bathe your Dog and Survive

Dogs are generally quite good at keeping themselves clean, and rarely do they need a bath. Those few times that they do, however, usually fill their owners with anxiety and dread... after all, those claws are pretty sharp! Read on to find out how you can safely bathe your feline friend. The rest of this [...]

By |February 10th, 2016|Pets|0 Comments

‘No’ to privatizing Social Security and Medicare

The people who packed our Social Security and Medicare roundtables in Chisholm, Bovey and Cloquet spoke up loudly and clearly last week. They want no part of risky Republican "privatization" plans to cut benefits, turn Social Security over to billionaire Wall Street bankers and replace Medicare with a "voucher" system run by the costly insurance [...]

By |February 10th, 2016|Politics|0 Comments

Weddings in the Modern Era

This is sample text. There are many companies now offering delightfully lazy cruises down some of Europe’s most famous rivers, including Viking River Cruises and UniWorld Cruises. The best option for a river cruise is traveling up or down the beautiful Danube, the most important waterway in Europe. A river cruise is perfect for active [...]

By |February 10th, 2016|Life|0 Comments

Caring for Aging Parents

As some readers have already discovered, The Times is discontinuing publication of The New Old Age blog. I join many of you in disappointment — but, to paraphrase Mark Twain, reports of its death have been exaggerated. The blog, founded in 2008 by Jane Gross and anchored by me since 2009, has explored aging and [...]

By |February 10th, 2016|Age|0 Comments