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January 17th

Starkville firefighters pose for a good cause

January 18, 2012

Two local firemen, Taurus Young and Brian Arnett, were chosen to appear in the 2012 Mississippi Firefighters Calendar. On Friday, Jan.

Christmas leftovers, stocking style

January 18, 2012

The trees are boxed up, re-planted or chopped into firewood. The Santas have been deflated and the light shows turned off – most of them at least. But Christmas lingers on for me via the scales and in

A traditional snack with a unique twist

January 18, 2012

When I want to be alone, which is often considering I am an only child with an independent streak as obvious as a forehead tattoo and my work requires me to be in constant contact with hundreds of oth

January 13th

Stevens celebrates 94 years full of wit, wisdom, walking

January 13, 2012

By ANGIE CARNATHAN
sdnlife@bellsouth.net

Doing my part to save the planet

January 13, 2012

All my friends think I’m crazy. No, wait. Let’s make that, they are pretty certain I’ve finally flown over the cuckoo’s nest. I prefer to think of myself as frugal — maybe even a tad cheap.

Celebrations of unity in our community

January 13, 2012

January 15 and 16 of 2012 shall be two beautiful days of our celebration of unity in our community because we have joined hands to form a cross to help make positive changes in our civil rights moveme

January 10th

Accessible tasteful creamy soup

January 10, 2012

Admittedly, I am a crock pot snob. Not that I don’t love the whole “easy, dinner is done, one pot” thing.

City Sportsplex offers affordable fitness options

January 10, 2012

By ANGIE CARNATHAN
sdnlife@bellsouth.net

Top 10 fun eats to suggest for the new year: Part 2

January 10, 2012

The experts tell us that New Year’s Resolutions are more likely to be carried out if we 1) set reasonable goals, and 2) break those goals into bite-sized pieces.

January 3rd

Approaching 2012 with healthier goals, outlook

January 3, 2012

Recently, I wrote a piece on the popular New Year’s resolution to lose weight. I interviewed Elaine Schimpf, a trainer at the Oktibbeha County Wellness Connection who made some very good points about how and why this resolution often fails. This information, combined with the nagging voice in my head that’s been telling me for a while now that I need to get back in shape, sparked an idea I’d like to share with our readers. Perhaps we can even encourage a few to join us.

Michael Wardlaw, a sports writer at Starkville Daily News and I have each taken on the challenge to make healthier choices in 2012 –– not just for a few weeks or even a few months, but for the rest of the year. Our methods and ultimate goals might be different, but each of us decided that in our own ways we could live healthier lives. We decided to hold ourselves accountable to our readers while simultaneously offering our readers the opportunity to join us along this path to living longer, happier and healthier lives.

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