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13 personal finance experts share their favorite money-saving tricks

first_img 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Elyssa Kirkham, GOBankingRatesThere are thousands of ways to save money and make more of it, but chasing after every single tip will likely just make you overwhelmed rather than rich.That’s why it’s helpful to find out what the experts say are the best ways to save and earn more.GOBankingRates put the question to 13 experts on everything personal finance, business, and entrepreneurship:“In your opinion, what’s the easiest way to save money or to make money?”From how to save with every paycheck to taking your career or business venture to the next level, here’s what the experts had to say. continue reading »last_img


8th Graders Take Care of Local Roads Cleaning Up Garbage

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis8th Graders of Mrs. Romel’s Science class got down and dirty to help keep Alpena clean.The students participated in a community service project and the Thunder Bay Junior High’s ‘Pride Program,’ which stands for: “Personal Responsibility of Our Community.” Mrs. Romel said it’s important to teach students to care about their community while they are young. “I think that it’s important for students to show their pride and ownership in whatever they do. For them to be able to experience how to give back to the community in such a small way of cleaning up an intersection I think that’s a sphere head for future engagements, and giving back,” Romel said.Becoming inspired by her own hobby, Adopt a Highway; Mrs. Romel said doing service starts within your own home.“Well you know it starts with pride in your own home, and outside your home. You just give you don’t have to ask to do something and so if you start from a very young age they feel that reward, that gratification that they’ve done something good. When students drive by that intersection they’re going to know that they helped clean it up and in the future they will take more pride in their community around their home and not have to have their parents ask them to do things, they will naturally do it,” Romel added.Thunder Bay Junior High seems to stay very busy when it comes to community service. 6th Graders clean up the beach, and other students help maintain the local trails.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Adopt a Highway, Garbage, Local Roads, Thunder Bay Junior HighContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena ‘Get’s Growing’ With Chamber Annual BreakfastNext 6th Graders of Thunder Bay Junior High Travel to Lafarge for an Educational Triplast_img read more


WATCH: Heart Wrenching Video of Child Threatening to Kill Himself over Bullying

first_imgEric Trump and Megyn Kelly also sent messages of support. People around the world have already donated more than 140-thousand dollars so Quaden can go to Disneyland. A nine-year-old Australian boy’s pleas to give him a knife so he can kill himself due to cruel bullying is going viral. https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Bullied-kid.mp3Quaden Bayles was born with a condition that causes dwarfism and was filmed by his mother crying and saying he wanted a knife so he could kill himself. Fellow Australian Hugh Jackman offered his friendship, sending Quaden a personal video telling the boy he’s stronger than he knows and that bullying is not OK. last_img


Walmart Temporarily Reducing Hours Beginning Sunday

first_imgOne of America’s largest chains says it is temporarily adjusting its hours in order to better accommodate its customers and employees amid coronavirus concerns.Walmart announced in a statement Sunday that the change takes effect Sunday in all stores.The company’s stores and Neighborhood Markets will now open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. until further notice.“This will help ensure associates can stock the products our customers are looking for and to perform cleaning and sanitizing,” says Dacona Smith, executive vice president and chief operating officer. Stores currently operating under more reduced hours will keep their current hours of operation.Read the company’s full statement here.last_img


Palm Beach County principal passes away due to coronavirus

first_imgA Palm Beach County principal passed away on Tuesday after he was diagnosed with the coronavirus.Principal Reno Boffice at the Palm Beach Maritime Academy, a K-12 public charter school, received a plasma transfusion on Monday but by Tuesday his oxygen was low and he had to use a ventilator.School officials do not believe Boffice had contact with anyone at Palm Beach Maritime Academy while he was sick.last_img


Inside Conditions…Skin Game

first_imgAUBREY BRUCEI have come to respect mostly every sport, even the ones that I don’t like and have little or no interest in.As I viewed the 2014 Winter Olympics in Socchi, Russia I felt a sense of pride seeing the smiles and competitive spirit of the “little ones” (many are still adolescents) displayed right before me.  The young athletes hailing from “these” United States of America, just like all of their colleagues from across the globe sacrifice time, money, blood, sweat and tears just for a chance to stand on the podium listening to their national anthems being played while watching with tear stained eyes as their flags are raised in triumph. However there is a monumental difference as to the social and economic treatment of most of the athletes once the competition has concluded and they have returned to their native lands.Once they return home, the athletes from Switzerland, Norway, Austria, Finland, Russia, or any other European nation more than likely don’t have to fear losing their lives, if they play their music a bit loud, or if they reach into their pocket or fret about being followed and murdered if they put on a “hoodie” before they embark on a journey to the store to buy a bag of Skittles and a soda.No the European “soldiers of sport” will return home worshipped as heroes with their exploits forever etched in the collective, history and memory of the country.Now folks get this.  There was once a rock group that was popular, very popular.  The name of the group was Twisted Sister. A few days ago I was going over a few “web based” sports news reports and stories in the wake of the thrashing that the Seattle Seahawks put on the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII.  I ran across an article that featured the rant of a real life twisted sister.The article featured a photo of Seattle cornerback Richard “Sherman tank” Sherman proudly posing with the Lombardi Trophy.  I instantly thought, “oh no Rich, no more boasting and telling the truth;  haven’t you learned anything yet?” However, as I read the article that accompanied the picture I realized that the photo was Sherman’s response to a nasty and insidious tweet that he had received.In this day and age tweets might as well be sheets because anonymous tweets are nothing more than electronic smoke screens and cross burnings for the cowardly carriers of racist communiqués.The tweet that I am referring to is a quote taken from an article written by Connor Hutyler from a supposedly yardbarker.com “humor” based article. Mr. Hutyler writes, “Seattle Seahawks All-Pro Cornerback Richard Sherman is one of the most polarizing figures in professional sports. People either love him or hate him, and the people who fall into the latter category are probably pretty upset now that Sherman can add ‘World Champion’ to his résumé.”I’m sure many people are constantly tweeting awful things at Richard Sherman, but one hate tweet in particular caught Sherman’s eye.  Rather than stooping to the level of a user known as @SnBEternall on Twitter who tweeted, “Seattle beat Denver, but you contributed nothing and got carted off with an injury and even worst that I can’t print. Sherman simply replied with a nice picture of him holding the Lombardi Trophy. The ultimate “Scoreboard!” move from the Stanford grad. You’ve got to love it.People love him or hate him, wonder who the haters are? If someone had authored such a caustic and personal attack against Peyton Manning, Wes Welker, Tom Brady or any other of the NFL’s marquee players it probably would have never been published. There was nothing even remotely funny about the tweet.Why do insecure, non talented, apple pie loving, Ford truck driving, tea party card carrying, red blooded American males think because of their genealogy that they have a right to use every available breath and platform to attack and devour Black men in life in general but particularly in sports.How many times has the “work ethic” of Black Athletes been questioned?Don’t get me wrong, boys and girls. I will almost certainly despise anyone who dispenses information wherever, regardless of color, gender or age that they may be based on the “race card” just to endear a particular segment of the population to them, their poisonous rhetoric and limited thinking.(Aubrey Bruce can be reached at: [email protected] or 412-583-6741.)Follow @NewPghCourier on Twitter  https://twitter.com/NewPghCourierLike us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlDownload our mobile app at http://www.appshopper.com/news/new-pittsburgh-courierlast_img read more


South Okanagan halts Bomber winning streak

first_imgHowever, poor weather made the pitch unplayable forcing coaches to cancell the game.The teams will meet this week in West Kootenay High School Fieldhockey League play on Thursday in Castlegar, at 4:30 p.m. at Pass Creek.The West Kootenay zones are set for October 23 at Pass Creek.The winner advanced to the B.C. High School AA Girl’s Fieldhockey Championships in West Vancouver.Meanwhile the LVR Junior Bombers scored a pair of wins over Rossland and South Okanagan.Emma Borhi scored a hat-trick to pace LVR to a 5-1 win over Rossland.Emma Wheeldon added two goals for LVR.Jena Wheeldon and Andrea Stinson are the last Bombers to register three goals in a game.Saturday, the Bombers continued to rock on offence, shutting out South Okanagan 5-0.Borhi scored twice while Naomi Perkins, Chiara Chirico and Ava Strautman added singles. The L.V. Rogers Bombers suffered its first loss of the 2013 High School Fieldhockey season as South Okanagan Hornets of Oliver scored a 3-1 victory in the West Kootenay Tourney this past weekend at Pass Creek pitch in Castlegar.Naomi Perkins scored the lone goal for the Bombers in the five-team tourney.”This was a very good side,” said coach Val Gibson.The Bombers opened the tourney Friday by drawing 2-2 against host Stanley Humphries Rockers of Castlgar.Sarah Wade scored twice to lead the Bomber offence while Allie Zondervan added a pair of assists.The contest marked the first time Bomber keeper Tara Yowek has allowed two goals in a game.Saturday the Bombers were scheduled to play the J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks.last_img read more