Author Archives: sharon

Fresh Start

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By Le’Juana Searcy All over the world, but mainly in the U.S., people participate in a 4,000 year old custom and make New Years’ resolutions to do better than they did the previous year. Making a resolution essentially is making … read more

Today’s Youth Pressured

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Everyone has their idea of the hardest job in the world — policeman, firefighter, coal miner, the list is long. And, somewhere on that list has to be the job of being a teenager. The social, educational, and performance pressures … read more

How Can I Forgive Cindy?


By Evelyn Horan One of the hardest things for me to do was to forgive a wrong done to me. Being a sensitive person, my feels are easily hurt, and I suffer for days when I’m “put down” by someone. … read more

Merit Shop Construction Scholarship


Provided by: Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. – Keystone Chapter   Awards: Up to $4,000   Deadline: February 24, 2017   The Merit Shop Construction Scholarship is available to students enrolled in a trade school, college, or university program that … read more

Cleaner, Clearer Skin Three Ways


(NAPS)—Face it, oil makes a marvelous makeup remover. Now, it’s available in a new cleanser, Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Botanical Cleansing Oil, that’s good for all skin types. It’s a noncomedogenic, nonacnegenic innovation that deeply cleanses while maintaining the skin barrier … read more

Forgiving Our Past Mistakes

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By Evelyn Horan     In quiet moments, most of us find time to relax and review our memories. For most of us it is a pleasant pastime. But when we review our past memories, we should be careful not … read more


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By Le’Juana Searcy   The ugly truth about insecurity is that it is stemmed from so many factors and triggers that can cause confidence and a good personality to plung, and lead to depression if not identified and addressed properly. … read more