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4 tips on how to laugh through the hard times

Laughing is the farthest from our minds when things are not going good. We consume ourselves in sadness, tears and anger. Many of us wonder if we will ever catch a break from it all. But then we hear someone laugh or hear a joke that makes us laugh. Suddenly, we smile or chuckle. For that moment, we allowed the light to shine in on us.

July 05, 2014 | Mayra Bitsko Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Taming tantrums: 3 secret tips for parents

You've respected nap time, and you've planned out your meal schedule with military-like precision. However, sometimes even the best planning fails and your little angel turns on you, pulling a full-blown tantrum in public. You can feel every person in the room staring directly at you, and you assume they're all wondering the same thing, "Why can't she control her kid?"

July 04, 2014 | Heather Hale Deseret News National | Hot Topics

'Text Less Live More'

This week a national awareness campaign will be held in honor of 18-year-old Merritt Levitan, encouraging teens to put down their cell phones for one day.

July 04, 2014 | Sarah Sanders Petersen Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Religious liberty: How Becket Fund wins 85 percent of their cases

WASHINGTON - Fewer than a dozen attorneys work for the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, a 20-year-old public interest law firm based in Washington, D.C.

July 04, 2014 | Mark A. Kellner Deseret News National | Hot Topics

3 tips for practical couponing

Have you ever watched TLC's show Extreme Couponing? In this reality show, coupon-crazed consumers hit the grocery store armed with stacks and stacks of high value coupons and leave with carts full of free food. It's easy to watch these shows and get discouraged. What type of person can devote hours and hours each week to finding coupons, clipping coupons and planning massive shopping trips? Besides, many coupons are for unhealthy, processed foods that won't do your family much good in the long run. Is couponing worth it?

July 04, 2014 | Heather Hale Deseret News National | Hot Topics

'Crimson Campaign,' second book of Powder Mage trilogy, has magic, action and war strategy

"THE CRIMSON CAMPAIGN: Book 2 of the Powder Mage Trilogy," by Brian McClellan, Orbit Books, $26, 593 pages (f)

July 04, 2014 | Denise Russell Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Disputed new school ratings aim to shape upcoming educators

Earlier this month, a California judge struck down legal protections of sub-par teachers, arguing that they violated a child's right to a quality education. All the debate centered on the "last hired first fired" principle, and how soon a newly hired teacher could get tenure.

July 04, 2014 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Press to continue: How video game tech is changing cancer treatment

At an age when most kids start school and learn to ride bikes, Nico Poux was fighting for his life. Diagnosed with leukemia at age 6, Poux has battled cancer the bulk of his life.

July 04, 2014 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News National | Hot Topics

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Why everyone is asking if fathers matter

How much do dads matter?

July 03, 2014 | Herb Scribner Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Where to go, how to get there for River Street fireworks

In preparation for an influx of motorists traveling along Savannah-Chatham Highways during the firework displays on the Fourth of July, the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department has implemented a traffic operations plan to reduce delays and relieve congestion.

July 03, 2014 | Staff report | Local

19 promises: A year after Arizona tragedy, firefighter's widow filled with gratitude

YARNELL, Ariz. - There's one room in Juliann Ashcraft's home that serves a solemn, almost sacred purpose.

July 03, 2014 | Morgan Jacobsen Deseret News National | Hot Topics

ECSO urging safety for the 4th of July holiday

Fireworks aren't the only potentially dangerous objects the Effingham County Sheriff's Office discourages people from shooting into the air for the Fourth of July weekend.

July 03, 2014 | By Paul Floeckher | Local

A walk in the park

The four fields at the Macomber Park expansion are done, but there is still plenty of work to do on the new phase - and on the older parts of the park.

July 03, 2014 | By Patrick Donahue | Local

Deputies on the lookout for ‘slow pokes’

Along with watching out for people driving too fast on Georgia highways, officers can now ticket those driving too slow.

July 03, 2014 | By Paul Floeckher | Local

County, prison renew capacity agreement

Effingham County commissioners have renewed the capacity agreement with the state Department of Corrections for the Effingham County Prison.

July 03, 2014 | By Patrick Donahue | Local

Response filed on challenge’s Supreme Court appeal

Attorneys for an Effingham County commissioner have filed their response to an appeal of the board of elections' and a Superior Court judge's decision denying a challenge to her qualifications.

July 03, 2014 | By Patrick Donahue | Local

CAP cadets earn promotions, attend encampment

Cadets James Jolin, Christopher Palmer and Trevor Charles all received their "first stripe" on their way to success in the Civil Air Patrol cadet program.

July 03, 2014 | Staff report | Around Town

Exploring the gin and the depot

Just north of the Calhoun Tractor Company on the west side of Laurel Street in Springfield, a set of gas tanks was located beside the railroad. Coastal Gas, owned by Howard Haupt Sr., used these tanks for storage for butane and propane gas for their business.

July 03, 2014 | By Susan Exley | Echoes of Effingham

Precious memories that really are

In the tiny country church where I spent most of the first 22 years of my life, where I found the Lord at the age of 11, where, without fail, I had the leading part in every Christmas pageant and where my daddy laid down the law in more ways than one, we sang hymns from a brown songbook and a green one that were filled with the haunting melodies that have penetrated the Appalachians for many decades.

July 03, 2014 | By Ronda Rich | Lifestyle

Does learning cursive matter? Perhaps more than you think

Cursive writing and handwriting in general are dying arts in grade schools, as students shift to the keyboard. But some psychologists think we may be losing more than we know.

July 03, 2014 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Infographic: Refugee figures highest since World War II

According to the accompanying infographic, the number of global refugees in 2013 was the highest since the end of World War II. More than 50 million people were displaced during the year, with over 10 percent from Afghanistan and Syria alone.

July 03, 2014 | Ben Luthi Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Housing the homeless costs less than leaving them on the streets

A new study released by the Central Florida Commission on Homelessness reveals that doing nothing about homelessness costs Florida residents more than if the state were to house them.

July 03, 2014 | Amy McDonald Deseret News National | Hot Topics

What were audiences looking forward to 30 years ago, in 1984?

The year is 1984. Frankie Goes to Hollywood is circling top-40 stations with "Relax," Hulk Hogan defeats that pesky Iron Sheik to become the World Wrestling Federation champion, and your water cooler conversations seem to always include stories about Michael Jackson's hair catching fire during his Pepsi commercial shoot.

July 03, 2014 | Travis Poppleton Deseret News National | Hot Topics

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