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The Seven Laws of Success For 2012 and Beyond

By Harry Sneider Principles by Herbert W. Armstrong that helped me coach and train Superstars, Olympians, and everyday people. They can work for you, too! As we come into another new year many are asking the question, “What can I do to improve my life to be more productive, to be useful in God’s hands…

Temecula Tastings
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Temecula Tastings

I recently went to visit a dear friend in Temecula for the day. In discussing what we should do while there, wineries came to mind first as well as a visit to Old Town Temecula. We started the day in Old Town. Walking through the quaint city it brought the feeling of being in the…

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“Let food be thy medicine” – Hippocrates

With our society becoming bogged down in pharmaceuticals, supplements and quick fix pills, many people are turning towards a more natural remedy: food. For millennia, human beings have discovered health and well being properties in the produce they could grow themselves and only in the last few centuries has the West turned towards a more…

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Time for Tea, I think NOT!

Opinion By Terry Miller Having hailed from Great Britain, I have always been rather partial to a nice cup of tea. However after seeing the tactics of that last bastion of “fair and balanced” journalism – FOX news – I’ve developed rather a bitter taste in my mouth when it comes to Tea Time. The…

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A Big Little One

by Dorothy Denne It is said that big things often come in little packages. I don’t think that is meant to apply to words, but I sure thought of it when I read the following about a little two-letter word. This two-letter word in English has more meanings than any other two-letter word, and the…

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A Spanish Getaway to the Hidden Treasures of Ojai

I’m surprised at how many people I talk to that have yet to discover the magic of Ojai. The tiny idyllic town, hidden in a bowl of hills behind Ventura, has to be one of the best kept secrets in Southern California. In fact, I’m almost afraid of telling people about my last visit for…

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An Open Letter to Our Readers

When I first began my tenure as editor of these newspapers on the first day of 2008, we set forth a number of goals for our newspapers. Some of these are still works in progress, and some of these have been great successes. A shining example of the latter would have to be our efforts…

Take Me Out to a Los Angeles Dodgers Game
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Take Me Out to a Los Angeles Dodgers Game

When I was little, my friends and I loved taking the bus to see the Los Angeles Dodgers. And even though we weren’t big baseball fans, we were enchanted by the experience of sitting in a giant stadium, surrounded by huge lights, perfectly cut grass and thousands of fans. We also loved eating Dodger dogs…

Summer is Coming and Alaska is Calling
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Summer is Coming and Alaska is Calling

Summer is coming and the great white north is calling. In fact, if you listen closely you can almost hear roaring grizzly bears, splashing killer whales, rustling moose, and squawking bald eagles – all doing their best to attract tourists to share in the splendor of Alaska. I answered the call of the wild last…

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