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Oct. 24, 2016 - Addiction and Recovery: Step by Step

Step by Step
Monday, Oct. 24, 2016

“The alcoholic may say to himself in the most casual way, ‘It won’t burn me this time, so here’s how!’ Or perhaps he doesn’t think at all. 214 more words


Oct. 24, 2016 - Addiction and Recovery: Twenty-Four Hours a Day

Twenty-Four Hours a Day
Monday, Oct. 24, 2016

AA Thought for the Day
Fourth, I have turned to a Power greater than myself. Thank God, I am no longer at the center of the universe. 237 more words


Oct. 24, 2016 - Addiction and Recovery: A Day at a Time

A Day at a Time
Monday, Oct. 24, 2016

Reflection for the Day
So many of us in the Program went through childhood – as well as part of our adult lives – emotionally shackled with the terrible burden called shyness. 192 more words


Oct. 24, 2016 - Addiction and Recovery: The Eye Opener

The Eye Opener
Monday, Oct. 24, 2016

Resolutions, like clay pigeons, are made to be broken. They are nearly always made in sincerity, but the very act of making a resolution is a confession on the part of the maker of his inability to keep it otherwise. 50 more words


Volleyball rankings: Final regular-season rankings

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Week 7

1. Panas (13-0, last week: 1) — As the season comes to a close, it’s becoming even more apparent that there is not a team in Section 1 who can stop the Panthers. 443 more words


Inventory's Great Rewards

“My mind is like a great big closets needing to be cleaned out on a regular basis.” — Reaching for Personal Freedom

A business website listed the following as some important reasons for taking regular inventory: Protects against excess demands, helps in providing service to others, aids in productivity, reduces losses, minimizes workload, protects against fluctuations, makes effective use of energy output, identifies dishonest actions such as theft and deceit, pinpoints strengths and weaknesses, uncovers oppporunities for increased earnings. 17 more words


Arlington still standing in pursuit of sectional crown

Much like it has all season, the crowd roared for Austin Heck on Friday.

It was different this time, though. Arlington High School’s starting quarterback wasn’t clad in his shoulder pads and helmet, leading the football team into battle.  1,035 more words