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Celebrate first responders during EMS Week, May 21-27
Celebrate first responders during EMS Week, May 21-27

National EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Week will be observed May 21-27.

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What storm? Tourism numbers trending upward
What storm? Tourism numbers trending upward

Tourism is big business on Hilton Head Island.

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Opinion

Lessons to be learned from lives well lived - together
Lynne Cope Hummell
Lessons to be learned from lives well lived - together

A little more than a year ago, I met some wonderful folks quite by chance.

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Letters to the Editor
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Quality vetting drives best decisions
David Bennett
Quality vetting drives best decisions

Heard about Bay Point Island?

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Business

Business Briefs
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Good planning does more than avoid probate
Good planning does more than avoid probate

First, should you use a will or a revocable trust?

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Power of attorney compensation? Or is it reimbursement?
Power of attorney compensation? Or is it reimbursement?

What is a reasonable compensation for an agent with power of attorney?

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Sports

Second most important tennis shot also most neglected
Second most important tennis shot also most neglected

So, you've practiced your thousand forehands and backhands

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Top Stories

Celebrate first responders during EMS Week, May 21-27
Celebrate first responders during EMS Week, May 21-27
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What storm? Tourism numbers trending upward
What storm? Tourism numbers trending upward
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Health & Wellness

Botox being used to treat TMJ, chronic migraines
Botox being used to treat TMJ, chronic migraines

Best known for smoothing wrinkles, Botox is wowing the medical community with its wide range of applications.

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Intergenerational programs bridge gap between young and old
Intergenerational programs bridge gap between young and old

People are living longer than ever before.

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Narcissistic personality disorder: What is it?
Janet Meyer
Narcissistic personality disorder: What is it?

Many people use the word "narcissist" when they are dealing with an arrogant and selfish person.

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Varied treatments possible to diminish sagging arms
Varied treatments possible to diminish sagging arms

It doesn't seem to matter how many triceps exercises one does or if one reaches their ideal weight

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Home & Garden

Color trends come and go; neutral stone is classic
Classic neutral stone provides a dramatic backdrop for changing color or decor. PHOTO COURTESY DISTINCTIVE GRANITE AND MARBLE
Color trends come and go; neutral stone is classic

Color forecasters declared 2017 to be the year of greenery, deep purple and taupe, according to Pantone, Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams.

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What every graduate needs...
What every graduate needs...

Learning to appreciate exceptional sound quality doesn't have to be a super expensive venture.

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Arts & Entertainment

Camera Club names 2017 Kurtzberg award winners
"Black Out Girl" by Sarah Sugg, first place winner
Camera Club names 2017 Kurtzberg award winners

The Camera Club of Hilton Head Island has named four students at Hilton Head Island High School winners of the 2017 Kurtzberg Awards.

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Dining

Eat it and Like It: Farm is Bluffton's shiny new penny
Eat it and Like It: Farm is Bluffton's shiny new penny

I've been beating the Bluffton drum for a couple of years now.

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Family

Choose wisely: Seniors should question meds, procedures

In 2013, Consumer Reports and the Choosing Wisely Initiative put together a list of medical tests, procedures, interventions and medications to question before having because they don't always make sense for seniors.

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Debunking some common misconceptions about home care
Rachel  Carson
Debunking some common misconceptions about home care

Industry surveys reveal 90 percent of seniors want to remain at home as they age despite increasing health problems or decreased abilities.

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Don't wait too long to pursue senior retirement option
Don't wait too long to pursue senior retirement option

"If you can't walk in unassisted - no cane, walker or wheelchair - no need to apply for membership."

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Group's efforts transform stray into 'Lucky' dog
Huck's rescuers, Carole Hartness, left, and Cheryl Twillman, embrace him in their handmade dog lure.
Group's efforts transform stray into 'Lucky' dog

Palmetto Animal League's story of a dog named Huck begins a few months back in a quiet Bluffton community

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