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Understanding the PTA: Our Schools Need YOU!

Understanding the PTA: Our Schools Need YOU!

Tara Bone, contributing writer If you’re a parent, you’ve most likely lived these scenarios: It’s Back-to-School-Night and the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) or Parent Organization (PO) table is set up and they’re asking for support, or an older child brings home...

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Supporting Your Child’s Healthy Screen Use

Supporting Your Child’s Healthy Screen Use

Jentrie Hales, community advocate, @techhealthyfam With so much pressure and responsibility as a parent, aren’t we all just trying our best to raise decent human beings? It's safe to saywe want our kids to be successful, kind, have morals, be accepted, and become...

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Caring for a Hordeolum Lesion (Eyelid Stye)

Caring for a Hordeolum Lesion (Eyelid Stye)

Michael Cole OD, Child and Family Eye Care Center Imagine you wake up on the morning of an important day — only to look at yourself in the mirror and see a giant, unsightly red bump on your eyelid. What are those things? How can we get rid of them? Understanding the...

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Help Your Child Avoid the Summer Slide

Help Your Child Avoid the Summer Slide

Frank Schofield, superintendent, Logan City School District Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, children have experienced disruptions in their lives, including school. Although teachers, parents, and students have worked together to positively manage these...

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Are Sunscreens Still Relevant?

Are Sunscreens Still Relevant?

Robert Young MD, dermatologist, Rocky Mountain Dermatology Well, first, some statistics. There are roughly 3.5 million cases of skin cancer this year in America and Utah has one of the highest rates in the nation. One person dies from melanoma every 52 minutes and...

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Style for Every Kind of Mom

Style for Every Kind of Mom

Tami Piper, owner, Poppy & Dot Being a busy mom shouldn’t mean you have to give up your style. Mom life isn’t easy. Every day seems to bring new challenges. Not to mention as women, our bodies change as babies come and grow. When I was a young mom of three boys, a...

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Secrets to Conserving Water in Your Lawn and Landscape

Secrets to Conserving Water in Your Lawn and Landscape

Mark Anderson, owner, Anderson’s Seed and Garden You’ve heard everyone talking about it this spring. Low snowpack and a dry fall, winter, and spring all add up to the same thing: drought and water conservation. What can you do to be a part of the solution? Here are my...

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80,000+ Great Reasons to Buy a Home Today

80,000+ Great Reasons to Buy a Home Today

Emily Merkley, chief executive officer, Cache Valley Association of Realtors Indeed, there truly is no place like home, and recent data reinforces that housing is one of the biggest positive drivers of wealth creation at every income level. In fact, quantifying the...

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Traffic Cops: Here to Help, Not Drive You Crazy

Traffic Cops: Here to Help, Not Drive You Crazy

Kate Neeley, contributing writer Imagine driving down Main Street in Logan and noticing people texting in their cars, driving in the median, snarfing a burrito during a left turn, and choosing their own adventure based on personal speed preference. Sound a little...

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