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    Tuition has been climbing at an alarming rate while our society has increasingly demanded an average citizen have a college degree. This has resulted in a national student debt burden of $1.26 trillion. The average student graduating this year will have an educational debt over $37,000.

      No matter how often they are refuted, certain ideas will not go away. It seems necessary to continue to explain what is wrong with these opinions and defend against ignorant or purposefully deceiving people.

        Two people were discussing the repeal of Obamacare. They were talking past each other as if neither understood the other. Both used the phrase “That’s not true” over and over in response to what they heard the other say.

          Some have opined instead of California seceding from the Union, the state should simply be split into liberal and conservative states. Years ago, several of us suggested maybe the entire nation should be split in two. We could have a liberal nation and a conservative nation.

            Watching the officiating in the NCAA basketball tournament motivated some to ask if there was a rule book for the game.

              Middlebury College is a small, exclusive liberal arts college in Vermont. The ACT scores of its students range in the 30s, and it costs $47,420 per year in tuition to attend, or $61,050 if you want the entire experience with dorms and food.

              Shopping for an investment advisor, planner, accountant, bank, broker or any other financial service can be stressful. There are so many options and, without a background in finance, sorting through skilled, unskilled, and downright dishonest candidates can seem overwhelming. When you hire someone, you entrust them with your finances and your future; that knowledge adds to the weight of the decision. Fortunately, there are a few basic steps you can take to protect yourself and your finances from scammers, and make sure you get the best possible service.


              Content by Brand Ave. Studios. The annual Amazon Prime Day is coming July 12 and 13, and per usual will offer discounts on many of your favorite things.

              WATERLOO – A former corrections worker is taking the First Judicial District Department of Correctional Services to court, alleging she was fired for merely sharing publicly available information when co-workers were allowed to keep their jobs despite criminal convictions.

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