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Byline: Purchasing a brand new automobile may be the remedy for spring fever Each year, millions of Americans greet the vernal equinox with a restless edge - a pent-up feeling inside that just can't be shaken.

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Style show fashions a smash

Style show fashions a smash Gina Sporich, left, Lucille Venerloh, center, and Babe Yates show off their fashions during the 'GBL Style Show,' which means Gorgeous Big Ladies or Gina, Babe and Lucille.

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Lenten seafood nourishes body, soul

Lenten seafood nourishes body, soul Lent, the 40-day period of fasting in preparation for Easter, has been on the church calendar since the first or second century. Early Christians began a tradition of eating fish on Wednesdays and Fridays in memory of Christ's fasting for 40 days in the desert.

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Use caution when settling flood claims

Fourth of a four-part series The Missouri Bar Association urges flood victims who were asked by insurance companies to sign a release or waiver to use caution. Signing such documents may not be in a flood victim’s best interest, and only a lawyer can know for sure. Another time to consult a lawyer is when

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Get help settling flood damage claim

Third of a four-part series Anyone who suffered flood damage may be covered under homeowner’s, renter’s or car insurance policies. Even if victims are not sure their losses are covered, attorneys from the Missouri Bar Association urge them to file claims. When contacting an insurance company, make sure to write down the name of the

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Landlords, tenants must work together in flood aftermath

Second of a four-part series Thousands of Missourians are now living in apartments or houses that have been damaged by the flood of ’93. Carpets have been drenched; walls have been stained by water and mud; appliances have been ruined; and the smell of mildew or worse odors is everywhere. Neither landlords nor tenants caused

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