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STORY IDEA: The ills of calling in sick
BEST OF THE DAY: Canton (Ohio) Repository uses Storify to enhance debate coverage
PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY PAGES: For national, Chicago, New York and Kansas City
NASCAR PAGE: Who has momentum going into the final races of the Chase
NOVEMBER FAMILY: Tips for a first-timer's Thanksgiving, getting kids involved in the holiday and a recipe for autumn leaf cookies
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KIDZBUZZ: Let's elect a president!
HALLOWEEN PHOTOS CALLOUT: http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/reader_callouts/x153919749/Reader-callout-Halloween-photos
VOTERS GUIDE TEMPLATE: To display your candidate bios and local voting info
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TECH: T-Mobile prices Galaxy Note II
TECH II: Asus unveils new Windows 8 computers
More from The Street at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/news/business
MARKETTA GREGORY: Always room for hope - I believe we all have vices, little addictions that rear their ugly heads. Some people are lucky enough to have just one, but I have at least three. By Marketta Gregory, GHNS.
RELIGION NEWS: Atheist group questions Mormonism, Romney - Weekly religion rail, with items on American Atheists, a look at “40 Days to a Joy-Filled Life: Living the 4:8 Principle,” and more. By GHNS.
FAMILY MATTERS: How does mom stop her baby from hitting? - It is fairly typical for little ones to experiment with hitting, but always distressing for their parents. In most cases there are underlying causes for a very young child to continue to hit. By Diana Boggia, GHNS.
WINE WISDOM: Say g’day to Aussie wines? - Australia has an abundance of boutique winemakers and artisans capable of crafting fabulous wines. By Mark P. Vincent, MetroWest, Mass.
BEER NUT: This beer news is minty fresh - Stone Brewing Company's newest beer has hints of chocolate and mint is just one item in a list of exciting beer news that awaited The Beer Nut when he returned from a few days off. By Norman Miller, MetroWest, Mass.
HEALTHY EATING: Sodium study was misleading - A controversial health writer created confusion this year when he claimed new research showed less sodium does not reduce cardiovascular disease, and worse, lowering sodium may even cause more deaths. By Joan Endyke, The Patriot Ledger.
FRANK MULLIGAN: Science battles the bulge - Studies have proven conclusively that every man, woman and child in America is either fat, on their way to becoming fat, or contemplating becoming fat so they’ll blend in better. By Frank Mulligan, Plymouth, Mass.
More in religion and family at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/lifestyle
STAY TUNED: ‘Chicago Fire’ is missing its spark - I was lucky enough to live in Australia for several years, and while I was there, a television drama about rescue personnel was on. In one of the commercials for the series, a fireman looks at his colleagues and enthusiastically yells, “Let’s fight a fire!” It quickly became a catchphrase joke around our house because it was such an offbeat display of enthusiasm for a life-and-death profession. I never thought I’d miss the quirkiness of a show that has a character scream, “Let’s fight a fire!” until I watched a few episodes of NBC’s new drama “Chicago Fire.” The characters on this series would never say such a bad line of dialogue, but maybe they should. “Chicago Fire” is about a serious occupation, but it needs a lighter touch. By Melissa Crawley, GHNS.
FARR SIDE: A new, effective direction for Taylor Swift - Taylor Swift is everywhere. I mean, she’s like a well-oiled publicity machine out of control. Like, totally. With the massively anticipated new album, “Red,” we are like never ever getting rid of her — like, ever! By David T. Farr, Sturgis, Mich.
More in movies and music at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/entertainment
GRANLUND CARTOON: October hurricane. By Dave Granlund, GHNS.
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL NATION: Kansas State and Florida are for real - There seemed to be a real possibility two teams were going to be exposed on Saturday. There was a real possibility two supposed contenders were going to get their comeuppance and disappear from both the top of the rankings and the national championship conversation. Instead, they delivered statements in a crescendo of sound, their message reverberating across the college football landscape. Kansas State and Florida aren’t going anywhere. By Eric Avidon, MetroWest, Mass.
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National budget 10.25.12
GateHouse News Service National Budget