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Updated at 4:55 PM

Dear Dr. June: I would like to stop smoking. My husband smokes also and I suggested we do it together for the support. He pretty much told me no because he’s not ready to stop. I’m not going to leave him and he’s not going anywhere either. We have a fun-loving relationship but it’s hard when he still smokes around me. Then I end up smoking too. What else can I do? — Ilsa, St. Petersburg, Florida

Updated at 1:11 PM

At Congregation Beth Shalom of the Blue Hills I sit by the gallery’s fireplace with Lila Rosenbaum, 86. Sunshine warms our backs from the wall-high windows and she speaks of finally “having a home.”

Updated at 11:55 AM

Given the volatile weather this spring, we all need to be prepared for all conditions, all of the time. Boots, umbrellas, coats and hats pile up the minute you and your family bound through the door, so if you don't already have a mudroom, it's time...

Updated at 11:54 AM

“I had a physical yesterday,” my husband said as he got dressed for work.“How did that go?” I asked.“The doctor thought I should lose some weight.”

Updated at 11:45 AM

If you've ever felt the crushing disappointment of getting back on a scale and finding your weight back where you started after several months on a successful diet, then you already know. Losing weight is hard work, but keeping it off is harder.

Updated at 11:30 AM

While secondary schools pour their resources into helping students get into a good university, and adults rush to teach teens how to behave well socially, no one's covering what kids need to know for, you know, the actual classes. Here's what to...

Updated at 11:07 AM

There are several little handprints in the cement of a sidewalk at our neighborhood playground.

Updated at 10:10 AM

A father recently asked about an issue with his 3-year-old daughter that was of concern both to him and his wife. When she is picked up at nursery school by her mother she refuses to go home and has a meltdown on the sidewalk after they leave the...

Updated at 9:22 AM

Volunteers are invited to participate in the 2016 Kansas Archeology Training Program Field School, June 2 through 17, at the Last Chance Store in Council Grove.

Updated at 9:19 AM

Jeremy and Kristi Herr of Salina are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Zane Isaac Herr, on March 11 at Salina Regional Health Center. He weighed 7 pounds and 14 ounces and was 19 inches long.

Posted at 9:00 AM

Notice anything about those amounts? Texas Salad represented a class of recipes that were easily passed around and replicated, and, most important, remembered because they were built on single units. No measuring required.

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