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County Commissioner replacement

Chatham County Commissioners Appoint Robert Logan to Serve as Interim District 4 Commissioner James Grant Crawford (D) On February 7, 2022, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners (BOC) appointed Robert Logan to fill the interim District 4 seat vacated by Jim ...
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Cultivating Positive Adaptations in 2022

by Michele Berger Last September during a trip to visit family members, I used Uber to send a driver to pick me up at the Detroit airport. Calling Uber (or Lyft), for most people, is now a routine experience. We ...
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A Deep Draught of Nectar

by Tim Keim Each one of us, no matter where we live on this sacred planet, has had a difficult two years as we hurtle through the speed of our lives. In addition to wars, people fleeing their homelands seeking ...
Business and Finance

How fast do you drive? A frame for understanding risk ...

by David Jester, CSRIC When I turned 16, my father took me on a drive. We headed into Burlington, NC where a body shop was advertising a 1983 Jeep Grand Wagoneer for sale. I can still picture it: bright red, ...
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Avoiding Puppy Scammers

by Valerie Broadway For decades, the biggest puppy scammers around have been puppy mills. A puppy mill is a breeding operation where puppies are the commodity. There is no real concern for the welfare of the parents or the puppies. ...
HealthMATTERS

Shock and Ahhhhh….yes, seriously!

by Dr. Jenni Sherwood, Chiropractic Physician Have you ever heard of SHOCKWAVE Therapy? Well, it is an amazing new therapy that we are offering our patients at Carolina Spine Specialists. Come find out if it is right for you! I ...
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Chatham Farms and Farmers Markets: An Introduction

by Jan Nichols We live in a locavore community. Chatham County educates the next generation of sustainable farmers in a renowned program at the Central Carolina Community College in Pittsboro, and is home to three nationally-significant agencies that provide information ...
Business and Finance

Saving for College? Be Ready for the Inevitable

by David Jester, CSRIC As a former teacher, I’m convinced that I always learned more from my students than they ever did from me. In fact, in my current world, I’m amazed at how much crossover exists. I find myself ...
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Wash the Hands! Wash the Nose?

by Tim Keim Since the beginning of the pandemic we’ve been admonished to wash our hands to prevent picking up the coronavirus. General cleanliness has been good advice for thousands of years and even has its own aphorism: Cleanliness is ...
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Don’t Let Stress Cause a Mess

by Dr. Jenni Sherwood, Chiropractic Physician Ahh, fall! It’s that amazing time of year when the heat of the summer lends way to cooler evenings and the aroma of your neighbor’s evening fire. It’s that magical moment when the kids ...