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Corporations have rights; why not a lake?

If the ballot box is the ultimate source of power in the United States, then voters in Toledo, Ohio, used that power Feb. 26 to create what’s now being called a “Bill of Rights” for their wide, blue neighbor, Lake…

Kimberly farm family finds its niche in mint

KIMBERLY, Idaho — You may not recognize a mint farmer by the looks of him, but his aromatic crop is unmistakable. Its sweet, spicy-cool scent makes mint one of man’s most valued herbs.

Breach of trust: Business owners deal with worker thefts

NEW YORK — After Suelyn Farel got an email alert that someone had downloaded her entire customer database, she learned that two former employees had conspired to steal from her beauty products company.

8 warning signs you won't finish college

Forty percent of students who enroll in a four-year college don’t graduate within six years, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.

Millennial Money: How to stem 'subscription creep'

From Netflix, Spotify and Amazon Prime to Blue Apron, Birchbox and beer of the month, your debit or credit card statements are likely littered with subscriptions that are costing you dearly.

Ask Amy: Anniversary party leads to family wounds

Dear Amy: My husband and I recently celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary. We decided to have a vow renewal. We decided to have our three children serve as best man, maid of honor and to have our oldest son walk…

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