ORMC: Measure up, pressure down
May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month. High blood pressure, or hypertension, means that the force of blood pushing through your body is too strong.
OUR SPACE: Things that go bump in the steppe
Gone are the days when the space shuttle glided in for an elegant landing at Kennedy Space Center.
ROWLAND: A boat ride worth the memory even if he slept through the whole thing
I recently had cause to think back to my first experience with boats.
RICHARDSON: Vocabulary list for outdoorsmen
I know many hunters and fishermen who pride themselves on being highly educated when it comes to the lexicon of their hobby.
DAVIDSON: Sometimes we go through false starts
I have recently realized that sometimes in life we go through a period of false starts.
CURTAIN CALL: Tickets on sale for 'Hay Fever'
“Way down in Bowling Green, prettiest girls I've ever seen, A man in Kentucky sure is lucky, To live down in Bowling Green.”
ROWLAND: A Rowland trait if there ever was one
Well, it’s official.
RICHARDSON: Giving up sports is tough
Unfortunately I received another punch to the gut this past week — another gentle reminder that the old gray mare ain’t what she used to be.
They should live forever
Louise Helton had chosen to have her funeral at her home where there is a family cemetery.
ORMC: Understanding primary and secondary lymphedema
Our bodies have a network of lymph vessels and lymph nodes.
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