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Did the Internet kill April Fools' Day?

It's been said the Internet has taken over many aspects of daily life, changing the way people read, shop and even interact.

April 01, 2015 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News | National

Netflix, religion and the rise of profanity in entertainment

Editor's Note: This article is part of "The Ten Today," a series that examines the Ten Commandments in modern society. This story explores the third commandment, "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain."

April 01, 2015 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News | National

5 ways you can find happiness through family, faith and friends

Believe it or not, money actually can buy you happiness — to an extent.

April 01, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | National

Twitter users attack 'Daily Show' host's replacement after tweets

There's a fine line between funny and offensive, skirted by just about every well-known comedian.

April 01, 2015 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News | National

Going to a marriage counselor actually shows strength in your marriage

As a marriage counselor, I am committed to strict client confidentiality. And I understand why. Couples who come to counseling want to make sure what they tell me isn't going to get out to their friends. And by keeping things confidential, it also ensures couples can talk about the real problems they're having and don't have to hold back out of fear that might get out. For these and other (legal) reasons, I make sure to keep my clients' information strictly confidential.

April 01, 2015 | Aaron Anderson FamilyShare | National

Diversity paying off for struggling comics industry

The verdict is in: Marvel's gamble with turning its Thor character into a woman has paid off. The change, announced last summer, has resulted in the new comic outselling the old by 30 percent, reports the Paste website.

April 01, 2015 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News | National

Butterscotch nests with personalized eggs are delightful Easter treats

Long ago, in the medieval days when kings lived in castles, people celebrated Easter by decorating the great halls with evergreens and spring flowers. Like us, their descendants, they enjoyed holiday feasts. The tables were decorated with centerpieces of large glass bowls filled with Pace eggs; the word “Pace” comes from the Hebrew word “Pasch,” for Passover, according to Madeleine Pellner Cosman's "Medieval Holidays and Festivals."

April 01, 2015 | Pam McMurtry Deseret News | National

Your brain holds the secret to getting over a breakup

The human brain is hardwired to handle a breakup and move on, according to new research published in the Review of General Psychology earlier this month.

April 01, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | National

5 tips for fighting fair in your marriage

Fighting with your spouse? You're definitely not alone. No one likes to admit it, but arguing within marriage is a common dirty little secret. In spite of what you've been told, your neighbors, your friends and your parents all disagree with their spouses a lot of the time, and it's not the end of the world. Somehow, we've gotten the idea that not seeing eye to eye equates to a bad marriage. According to worldly advice, when you and your spouse start bickering, it's time to hit the door.

April 01, 2015 | Heather Hale FamilyShare | National

Prom dress modesty raises deeper issues

Another prom dress modesty tussle was in the news recently as a Catholic high school in Pennsylvania is requiring students to get preapproval on their prom dresses by sending front and back photos to an administrator before buying dance tickets. The dress code bans gowns that are “extremely short, have an extremely low-cut front or back, have any excessively high-cut slits, have overly revealing midriffs or be inappropriately revealing — giving the illusion of nudity.”

April 01, 2015 | Erin Stewart Deseret News | National

This mom reads a storybook aloud ... and realizes it's about her



Moms sacrifice a lot for their kids and families. Sometimes, they don't realize how needed and special they are.

April 01, 2015 | Wendy Jessen FamilyShare | National

Moms, take a breather – 'intensive mothering' isn’t necessary

More time spent parenting doesn’t necessarily lead to better outcomes for children, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family.

April 01, 2015 | Marsha Maxwell Deseret News | National

Have You Seen This? This dog's had enough



DOG RIGHTS — It happens every year and it upsets us every time. Someone leaves a pet inside a car and we see it and we contemplate smashing the car window and getting the animal out.

April 01, 2015 | John Clyde KSL | National

Why puppetry is so much more than entertainment



In play therapist Cheryl Hulburd's Fernie, British Columbia, office, the 4-year-old picked up the witch and dog hand puppets to re-enact the fights between his mother — a witch hand puppet — and his father — a dog hand puppet.

April 01, 2015 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News | National

Wooten Stables grad Upstart headed to Kentucky Derby

Alto Racing's Materiality battled even-money favorite Upstart through the stretch before registering a 1 ½-length victory in Saturday's $1 million Besilu Stables Florida Derby (G1) in just his third lifetime start in Gulfstream Park's signature event.

April 01, 2015 | | Equine

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Tim Scott

Rep. Tim Scott became the immediate front-runner to succeed Sen. Jim DeMint of South Carolina after DeMint announced he would resign to run the Heritage Foundation, perhaps the pre-eminent conservative think tank in the country. (As an aside, we've seen lots of philosophical mumbo-jumbo come out of think tanks, both conservative and liberal, but very little workable policy.) Other names were bandied about, the strangest one being Jenny Sanford, former wife of the Palmetto State's philandering ex-governor, Mark Sanford.

December 19, 2012 | | Editorials

Un-hitching the middle class

WASHINGTON -- As politicians compete to prove who loves the middle class more, they're missing the elephant and the donkey in the room.

December 19, 2012 | By Kathleen Parker Washington Post Writers Group | Columns

Hazel Allen

Mr. Hazel Allen, 80 of 35 McLeod Street, Rembert, SC passed on Tuesday, December 18, 2012. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced at a later date by Haile's Funeral Home.

December 19, 2012 | | Obituaries

Willie James Stover

Funeral service for Willie James Stover, Sr., 75, of 2317 River Road in Camden will be held Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012, 1:00 p.m., at Mt. Moriah Baptist Association Center (Hwy. 97 North) in Camden with burial in Rock Springs United Methodist Church cemetery. Collins Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

December 19, 2012 | | Obituaries

Edna Mae Williams

Funeral service for Edna Mae Williams, 71, of 1550 Wildwood Lane in Lugoff will be held Saturday, December 22, 2012, 11 a.m., at Camden First United Methodist Church with burial in the Cedars Cemetery. She died Monday, Dec. 17, 2012. Friends may visit at 2615 Smith Street in Camden. Collins Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

December 19, 2012 | | Obituaries

No ‘Detroit’ here!

Hopefully there are no echoes of a "little Detroit" here in Kershaw County and never will be any time ever. May we never get that low to assume that just because of a vote that a bailout is owed or is coming to save you. Can you imagine voting for someone just so you can use your vote against them? Amazingly, some councilwoman on the Detroit City Council thinks her Obama vote will cast her area a granted "bailout" vote. This news segment was aired by Fox News December 5, 2012. Some people with positions do forget just where they ...

December 19, 2012 | Howard Buckholz Cassatt | Letters

Blue Devils, Wolfpack will set pace in ACC

If there's one thing that will be true this year in ACC basketball, it's that the Duke Blue Devils will be aiming to avoid another upset to the likes of Lehigh University. After being knocked out of the NCAA Tournament in the first round last year by the Mountain Hawks, Duke will be moving into conference play with a purpose, hoping to show teams they're legit contenders.

December 19, 2012 | Michael Ulmer | Columns

Memory of Christmas past

I enjoyed watching this year's Christmas parade with (Kershaw County School District Superintendent Dr.) Frank Morgan standing in front of Greenleaf Villa. Reflecting on it now, I must share with your readers the fact that there is nothing like a small town Christmas parade. Having personally participated in a more than a dozen, I can honestly speak of the joy and excitement of being in such a parade.

December 19, 2012 | William “Rusty” Major Camden | Letters

Yesteryear - Dec. 19, 2012

CMA Cadets Entertain Children

December 19, 2012 | | Yesteryear

KCRD Christmas card contest winners

Winners of the Kershaw County Recreation Department's Annual Christmas Card contest were awarded their cash prizes by the First Palmetto Savings Bank. Contest winners in the kindergarten category are Sara Hogue of Wateree Elementary (1st place), Noah Brown of Wateree Elementary (2nd place) and Mary Elizabeth Norwood of Baron DeKalb Elementary (3rd place). Contest winners in the 1st Grade category are Ava Strange of Wateree Elementary (1st place), Peightyn Mills of Wateree Elementary (2nd place) and Autumn Comer of Mt Pisgah Elementary (3rd place). Contest winners in the 2nd grade category are Italia Aguilar of Camden Elementary (1st place ...

December 19, 2012 | | Miscellaneous

ATEC students paint Phantom Fighter

Level one Auto Collision students at the Applied Technology Education Campus (ATEC) repainted a portion of an F-4C Phantom Fighter at the Camden airport this month.

December 19, 2012 | Miciah Bennett | Education

Wreath-makers continue family tradition

This time of year, you'll find beautifully-crafted Christmas wreaths on display at the corner of Laurens and Lyttleton streets.

December 19, 2012 | Denise Schnese | Miscellaneous

Retiring archives director to focus on personal projects

Howard Branham stood in front of an exhibit cabinet in the museum wing of the Camden Archives and Museum Friday morning as about 40 people stopped by to wish him well on his retirement. They included fellow members of city staff, members of the Friends of the Archives and Museum and members of the Camden Archives and Museum Commission.

December 19, 2012 | Martin L. Cahn | Camden

Asst. Solicitor Moak resigns amid allegations

Ron Moak, of Camden, an assistant solicitor with the 5th Circuit Solicitor's Office in Kershaw County, resigned Dec. 10 following several allegations. Solicitor Dan Johnson, through his director of communications, Nicole Holland, confirmed Moak's resignation.

December 19, 2012 | Martin L. Cahn | Crime-Police-Fire

One arrested, two sought in armed robbery

Kershaw County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) investigators arrested one man and are seeking two others in the armed robbery of an individual on Nov. 25.

December 19, 2012 | | Crime-Police-Fire

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