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Mount Shasta Herald

GateHouse News Service national budget 1.17.13

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TE’O: 4 things newsrooms can learn from Manti Te'o fiasco

POLL IDEA: Are you ignoring concerns and getting a flu shot?

STORY IDEA: Localizing the president's gun legislation


FEBRUARY FAMILY: Frugal February:



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WINTER BRIDE: With tips on taking advantage of winter's beauty in photography and venue locales, honeymoon ideas and giving your gown a life after the ceremony

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KIDZBUZZ: Hibernating bears


WINTER HEALTHY LIVING: Skin care,  budget-friendly (and healthy) lunch ideas and pediatrician tips for healthy kids

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MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DAY PAGE: A look at 1963, a milestone year

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FAMILY MATTERS: Four against one - Parents don’t have to feel outnumbered or overwhelmed. By Diana Boggia, Canton, Ohio.

MARKETTA GREGORY: Emily P. Freeman talks about ‘Graceful’ - I’m a rule follower. A good girl. A woman who often feels like she’s just not enough. By Marketta Gregory, GHNS.

JIM HILLIBISH: Getting the water right boils down to four points -- You can make boiling water as complex as you wish. By Jim Hillibish, Canton, OH.

TRUMP TO SIMON: You're a 'dummy' -- When Neal Simon received some personal fan mail from Robert “Old Navy Bob” Tripp of Arkport, he had a good chuckle. By John Anderson, Hornell, NY.

FRANK MULLIGAN: Don’t fret over stress -- Millions of Americans complain they’re experiencing stress in the workplace. By Frank Mulligan, Wareham, MA.


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BROKEN CITY REVIEW: Movie review: Twists keep ‘Broken City’ intriguing - Maybe it’s time to put the idea of bad movies being dumped into January release dates to a rest. This crime drama, which explores the nastiness and sleaziness bubbling just below the surface of New York politics and police departments, is both an actors’ showcase and a crackling good story. By Ed Symkus, GHNS.

STAY TUNED: Trust me, 'Don't Trust the B — in Apt 23’ is good - It's a bold choice to use the “B-word” in the title of a situation comedy, but I couldn't think of a more appropriate title for this ABC series. Chloe, the main character, lives up to the insult and is completely untrustworthy. But this is also what makes her one of the most fun and funniest female characters on primetime. By Melissa Crawley, GHNS.

BOOK NTOES: Rizzoli & Isles’ latest mystery -- Boston Police Department Detective Jane Rizzoli and Medical Examiner Maura Isles are barely on speaking terms when Tess Gerritsen’s 11th detective novel in the series, “Last to Die,” begins. By Rae Padilla Francoeur, Gloucester, MA.

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GRANLUND CARTOON: Pharmacy tobacco-sale bans. By Dave Granlund, GHNS.

GRANLUND CARTOON: Dreamliner 787 problems. By Dave Granlund, GHNS.

KENT BUSH: Martin Luther King never lost ties to the church - On Monday, we will honor of legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. He was a civil rights leader and a political force. But first and foremost, he was a pastor. By Kent Bush, Augusta, Kan.

PETER CHIANCA:  One man’s hit is another man’s ‘Les Mis’ -- If you’re a card-carrying male person, you know there are only three kinds of Hugh Jackman movies that are acceptable for you to see. By Peter Chianca, North Shore, MA.

A LEAGUE OF HER OWN: Down, but not out -- I spent last week in bed with the dreaded flu. By Heather Harris, Norton, MA.

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