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Today’s Answer: Die Hard Winner: Kevin Today’s winner is Kevin! He wins two movie passes from Carmike Cinemas here in Marquette! You can visit Carmike Cinemas online at Carmike.com for upcoming releases and movie times.

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Noun: Tamale   (tuh-MAH-lee) Definition: Cornmeal dough rolled with ground meat or beans seasoned usually with chili, wrapped usually in corn husks, and steamed. Sample sentence: My favorite Mexican combination plate includes a moist tamale, a chicken enchilada and rice.

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A combination of regular physical exercise plus daily doses of melatonin could slow, and perhaps halt, the development of Alzheimier’s. So far, this combo has been tested only in mice, but with promising results. Researchers at the Barcelona Medical Research Institute in Spain reported that when their study began, the mice, which were bred to […]

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Today’s Answer: Bad Santa Winner: Tracey Today’s winner is Tracey! She wins two movie passes from Carmike Cinemas here in Marquette! You can visit Carmike Cinemas online at Carmike.com for upcoming releases and movie times.

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We’ve known for some time that eating tart cherries can help reduce the severity and duration of a gout attack – they have anti-inflammatory effects that seem to do the trick. Now a study from Boston University reveals that patients diagnosed with the disease who regularly consumed a half cup of cherries over a two […]

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Adjective: Nobby  (NAH-bee) Definition: cleverly stylish: chic, smart. Sample sentence: Sarah appeared at the party,  stunningly arrayed in a dark-blue dress, with a nobby hat to match.

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Today’s Answer: Christmas With The Kranks Winner: Jason Today’s winner is Jason! He wins two movie passes from Carmike Cinemas here in Marquette! You can visit Carmike Cinemas online at Carmike.com for upcoming releases and movie times.

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Here’s a behavioral strategy that may help you control your weight: make a habit of reading food labels. A new study authored by an international team of researchers showed that women who read food labels routinely weighed almost nine pounds less than women who didn’t. The researchers analyzed data from the U.S. National Health Interview […]

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Verb: Connive  (kuh-NYVE) Definition: 1. To pretend ignorance of or fail to take action against something one ought to oppose. 2. To be indulgent or in secret sympathy: to cooperate secretly or have a secret understanding. 3. To engage in secret scheming: conspire. Sample sentence: Co-workers will connive against each other if they think it […]

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Yep! Another book in the current read section of my life.  After falling behind on reading for a while I’m back on schedule of actually reading once again. My girlfriend let me borrow Simon Pegg’s “Nerd Do Well” which came out earlier this year.  The book goes through his early life and has some hilarious […]

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