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Pets in the workplace  entertain clients, co-workers
At The Pink Pineapple in Main Street Village, owner Susan Davis holds Mr. McGoo. Also pictured are store manager Rachel Pepin and Hannah. PHOTO BY CAROL WEIR
Pets in the workplace entertain clients, co-workers

Ideal as co-workers because they aren't chatty, pets accompany many owners on the job in the Lowcountry.

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With much pride, no prejudice, Treyz directs 25th show
By Lynne Cope Hummell Russ Treyz at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. PHOTO BY LYNNE COPE HUMMELL
With much pride, no prejudice, Treyz directs 25th show

This month, Russ Treyz is directing his 25th production at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, the season opener "Pride and Prejudice."

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Opinion

Group urges voters to reject school referendums

"Since I don't have any kids in the school system, why should I care about the sales tax referendum that will be on the ballot in November?

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Letters to the Editor
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Recipe for joyful meals: Add one handcrafted table
Recipe for joyful meals: Add one handcrafted table

A few columns ago, I described our family de-cluttering project, initiated in part by the installation of new flooring.

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Business

Approach IRA or 401(k) rollovers with timely caution
Douglas S. Delaney
Approach IRA or 401(k) rollovers with timely caution

If you are planning to move your retirement funds, consider a trustee-to-trustee transfer of your investments and keep your life simple.

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Avoiding legal problems is the name of the game
Mark F. Winn
Avoiding legal problems is the name of the game

The tools available to an estate-planning attorney are: wills, trusts, powers of attorney, advance directives, contracts and deeds.

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Business Briefs
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The glass is way more than half full in the Lowcountry
Bill Miles
The glass is way more than half full in the Lowcountry

It is a good time to be living in the Lowcountry.

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Sports

Chip away constantly, confidently for lower scores
Jon Sherman, a student of Dr. Jean Harris, demonstrates the use of teaching aids she set up to help him learn the shot. PHOTO BY JEAN HARRIS
Chip away constantly, confidently for lower scores

Chipping is, in my opinion, the easiest shot in golf to execute.

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Do you understand the No. 1 paradox of tennis?
Do you understand the No. 1 paradox of tennis?

What is the easiest yet hardest thing to do in tennis?

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Top Stories

Construction well under way on Habitat's 100th house
Construction well under way on Habitat's 100th house
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Vets treatment court's first graduate embraces fresh start
Vets treatment court's first graduate embraces fresh start
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Health & Wellness

Caregivers, don't wait to explore hospice services
Caregivers, don't wait to explore hospice services

Recently my husband lost a close friend to cancer.

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Learning a healthy  perspective on emotions
Learning a healthy perspective on emotions

Emotions often become things we strongly dislike.

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Moisturizing, proper care can ease dry skin discomfort
Moisturizing, proper care can ease dry skin discomfort

Some people have naturally dry skin and might experience frequent symptoms.

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Several cosmetic options available to fix ears, lobes
Several cosmetic options available to fix ears, lobes

Ears come in all shapes and sizes and are as individual as finger prints.

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Home & Garden

New countertops make entire kitchen look like new
Changing countertops from dark to light stone makes the space brighter.
New countertops make entire kitchen look like new

Get ready for the holidays with a whole new look for your kitchen.

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Arts & Entertainment

With much pride, no prejudice, Treyz directs 25th show
By Lynne Cope Hummell Russ Treyz at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. PHOTO BY LYNNE COPE HUMMELL
With much pride, no prejudice, Treyz directs 25th show

This month, Russ Treyz is directing his 25th production at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, the season opener "Pride and Prejudice."

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Real Estate

Be proactive to avoid giving buyers 'real estate food poisoning'
Be proactive to avoid giving buyers 'real estate food poisoning'

If it hasn't happened to you, it's happened to someone you know.

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Keep your scary yard safe for trick-or-treaters
Carl Schroeder
Keep your scary yard safe for trick-or-treaters

It's just 26 days to Halloween, when it's okay for little kids, big kids and adult kids to dress up as anything they like and beg for free candy for one night.

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Dining

Bluffton's Sippin Cow Café kicks it up in new location
The Sippin Cow's Chef Salad. PHOTO BY PAM GALLGHER
Bluffton's Sippin Cow Café kicks it up in new location

In its brand new, bright blue building tucked into the northeast corner of the Bluffton Promenade, Sippin Cow Café already seems at home.

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Family

'Elder orphans' need our time, caring and attention
'Elder orphans' need our time, caring and attention

Living alone can be difficult, especially for seniors who are dealing with the declines and limitations associated with aging.

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Consider recent storms as warnings to be prepared
Rachel Carson
Consider recent storms as warnings to be prepared

Hurricane season officially began in June and ends Nov. 30.

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Understanding how to make pre-need funeral arrangements
Understanding how to make pre-need funeral arrangements

You've decided to make pre-need funeral arrangements. Kudos to you because those are things most people dread.

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Walk to End Alzheimer's Oct. 29 in Old Town Bluffton
Walk to End Alzheimer's Oct. 29 in Old Town Bluffton

I have previously written about the Alzheimer's Association and the Alzheimer's Caregiver Respite Program.

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Will you age in your home or a retirement community?
Will you age in your home or a retirement community?

Oh, the nirvana of retirement.

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