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Slideshow - A Tour of Bluffton

Scenes from a tour abroad using the Publish article slideshow.

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Consider space, work flow when remodeling kitchen
Consider space, work flow when remodeling kitchen

A kitchen is the heart of any home, a cozy spot for coffee and greet the day.

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Early spring brings challenging chores
Early spring brings challenging chores

This month provides the gardener with many challenges as the early blooming shrubs

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Real estate agents use five P's when selling your home
Real estate agents use five P's when selling your home

Though no one knows the exact price at which a home will sell

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Paradox of tennis: No. 1 easiest yet hardest task
Paradox of tennis: No. 1 easiest yet hardest task

What is the easiest, yet hardest thing to do in tennis?

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Sharing later life plans can help seniors live well to the end
Sharing later life plans can help seniors live well to the end

In today's culture, planning for final years is not a comfortable subject for many seniors and their adult children to discuss.

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Silver Paws pets leave a lasting impression
Silver Paws pets leave a lasting impression

At Palmetto Animal League, we believe in second chances for all.

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Even when there's no pressure, we can choose to blossom
Even when there's no pressure, we can choose to blossom

I survived my seminary years by spending hours in the Howard Thurman Listening Room at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.

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Marking 20 years, Sun City Chorus has 'Come So Far!'
Marking 20 years, Sun City Chorus has 'Come So Far!'
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Twisting plot, disguise, deception at core of 'Being Earnest'
Twisting plot, disguise, deception at core of 'Being Earnest'

Lean Ensemble Theater closes out its season with a Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest,"

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Viennese Waltz among the most beautiful of dances
Viennese Waltz among the most beautiful of dances

The Viennese Waltz is a dance that dates back to the early 1700s in Europe

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How to know if you are a candidate for LASIK or PRK
How to know if you are a candidate for LASIK or PRK

There have also been some advances in refractive surgery, so it's worth touching on this topic again.

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Home testing kits might not predict breast cancer risk
Home testing kits might not predict breast cancer risk

My mother and grandmother both have breast cancer.

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Laser hair removal an option for unwanted hair
Laser hair removal an option for unwanted hair

If you've tried different methods to remove unwanted hair only to be left with bumps, nicks, burns

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Caregivers who are being abused need help, safety plan

This topic is not an easy one to write about, but it is very important.

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Protect your biggest investment with spring home tasks
Protect your biggest investment with spring home tasks

Spring is in the air and it's time to take care of some home maintenance tasks

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Tips for choosing your financial advisor
Tips for choosing your financial advisor

Many people think of a financial advisor as someone who makes investment recommendations and executes trades.

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Storm damage costs might be claimable on tax return
Storm damage costs might be claimable on tax return

In October 2016, Beaufort County and other South Carolina jurisdictions were hit by Hurricane Matthew, which did substantial damage.

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When, why permits are necessary
When, why permits are necessary

You might wonder when or why you need a particular permit.

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Dear spring, where are you and when will you get here?
Dear spring, where are you and when will you get here?

At this time of year, I should be writing about the wonders of spring

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Former state superintendent supports school referendum

April 21 is the day when citizens of Beaufort County will determine if school classroom space and highly demanded career and technology education will be provided for our students.

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CARE urges residents to vote 'no' on referendum

Citizens Advocating Responsible Education (CARE) does not support the $76 million school referendum on April 21

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