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'Picture of health' woman faces breast cancer and wins
'Picture of health' woman faces breast cancer and wins

Waking up at 4:30 a.m. to work out at the gym never bothered 49-year-old Rose Hill resident Paula Davis.

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Get out and do, see, learn about local culture, arts
Jennifer McEwen
Get out and do, see, learn about local culture, arts

October on Hilton Head Island and in Bluffton is the month "To Do, To See, and To Learn" through the arts.

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Heritage Library's History Day: A blast from the past
Rich Thomas from the Heritage Library leads a discussion about the history of the Zion Cemetery as he gestures toward the Chapel of Ease. COURTESY HERITAGE LIBRARY
Heritage Library's History Day: A blast from the past

Hilton Head Island's rich and colorful history will come to life on Oct. 13

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Voter Registration board seeking to fill vacant seat

The Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County is seeking to fill a vacancy on the board.

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Opinion

Even on the inside, positive things can - and do - happen

On a recent Friday morning, I went to prison.

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Letters to the Editor
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Sun on the Street

Fall weather brings islanders out for festivities

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Together, we made considerable progress
David Bennett
Together, we made considerable progress

With the recent discussion about division and consensus-building

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Business

Business Briefs
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Make college planning part of your retirement plan
Make college planning part of your retirement plan

As back to school time has arrived, high schoolers (especially seniors) shift into high gear

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You have the right to  protect what is yours
You have the right to protect what is yours

One of the most fundamental rights we have as U.S. citizens is the right not to be deprived of our property without due process of law.

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Sports

Practice tennis 1, 2, 3... racquet back, step, hit
Practice tennis 1, 2, 3... racquet back, step, hit

While working with a student who started playing only six months ago

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Top Stories

Busy Hilton Head volunteer wins AARP award for state
Busy Hilton Head volunteer wins AARP award for state
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Rotary Club names Hall  of Fame 2018 honorees
Rotary Club names Hall of Fame 2018 honorees
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Run-down Cordillo tennis courts to get a facelift
Run-down Cordillo tennis courts to get a facelift
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Health & Wellness

Comparing the latest in hair transplants: NeoGraft or strip?

A hair transplant is basically a redistribution of hair follicles from a place with dense hair to areas of hair loss.

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Health Briefs
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How to manufacture happiness in your brain
How to manufacture happiness in your brain

Most of us have been conditioned to believe that it's the experiences in our lives that make us happy

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I think I found a breast lump ... What should I do?
I think I found a breast lump ... What should I do?

First thing, don't panic.

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It's no joke: Don't take hemorrhoids sitting down
Elizabeth McKeown
It's no joke: Don't take hemorrhoids sitting down

Though it's not your typical dinner party conversation topic, hemorrhoids are a lot more common than you might think.

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Know options if you have lost, or will lose, all your teeth
James G. Jenkins
Know options if you have lost, or will lose, all your teeth

Just about everyone knows the word "dentures." Historically, these are full replacements of the teeth, and they rely totally on suction or adhesives to stay in place.

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Pay attention to cysts that appear on your body
Oswald Lightsey Mikell
Pay attention to cysts that appear on your body

Epidermoid (ep-ih-DUR-moid) cysts are non-cancerous small bumps beneath the skin.

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Home & Garden

How to address your home's water quality issues
How to address your home's water quality issues

Your senses are your first - and best - diagnostic tools.

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Special Events

Get artifacts ID'ed by experts
Get artifacts ID'ed by experts

What the Heck Is It?

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Public Art Exhibition  result of labor of love
Public Art Exhibition result of labor of love

My father is a retired ceramics professor at a Midwestern university.

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Arts & Entertainment

Two local theatres combine forces to present 'Hunchback'
The cast of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" represents a collaboration with Main Street Youth Theatre and May River Theatre. TED COMERFORD
Two local theatres combine forces to present 'Hunchback'

In an area like ours, where we boast a strong arts culture, "firsts" are hard to come by.

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Family

Coping with dementia behaviors, anxiety in public places

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's or another dementia can be an isolating experience.

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PAL works to achieve a No Kill South Carolina
PAL works to achieve a No Kill South Carolina

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