DVIDS – News – Big boots to fill

Big boots to fill inBy Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Gary A. PrillUSS Gerald R. Ford Public AffairsNORFOLK, Virginia – As a U.S. Navy ship prepares to leave home port, many sailors say goodbye to loved ones on the pier. This is not a rare occurrence for sailors in a …

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parenting advice from Care and Feeding.

Dear care and nourishment, I have three daughters, who are 6, 4 and 1 years old. I also like to do a lot of beauty treatments. Nothing serious, but I get my hair cut and polished every 6 weeks, I get most of my face waxed (I’m Italian and Greek …

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Caring for the wildlife that stray in the suburbs

The first pattern of a fawn is the forest floor. The white spots on its brown coat resemble the speckled sunrays cascading through the trees, breaking the outline of the deer’s silhouette. Camouflage helps protect baby whitetail deer from bears and bobcats while the mother feeds elsewhere. While its mother …

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Guide to major religious festivals

Although the majority of Ohioans are Christians, there is great religious diversity in Columbus. You might be wondering how to navigate different religious traditions and want to learn more about the holidays your friends and colleagues celebrate, like Eid al-Adha, an annual Muslim holiday that begins on July 19. Or …

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Governor Ron DeSantis signs Florida Wildlife Corridor Act

The Florida Wildlife Corridor Act is designed to protect designated environmental lands statewide. POINCIANA, Florida – Governor Ron DeSantis spoke about SB 976, which was actually enacted on July 1, Monday, at the Nature Conservancy’s Disney Wilderness Reserve in Poinciana. The governor of Florida signed the bill earlier this month …

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