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Moore Thoughts: A Thanksgiving Monopoly

The holidays are just around the corner and with their arrival, many universal family rituals return. When individuals who haven’t seen each…

17 November 2017 [11:41 PM]
Tips for facing the cold and flu season

In Texas, we are always grateful for the cooler weather that comes during the fall and winter months. However, with this welcome…

17 November 2017 [05:35 PM]

More than 85 percent of American homes have some sort of computer. Millions of people rely on computers daily to access, formulate,…

16 November 2017 [10:29 AM]
Is It Just Me? My old friend Rosie

If you fancy yourself a Tylerite, you probably have a least two copies of Cooking Through Rose Colored Glasses or “Rosie” in…

11 November 2017 [04:15 PM]
Moore Thoughts: Ms. Bobby

The building looked bigger, but I was certain it was the same one. The last time I had been inside was 1977.…

10 November 2017 [11:36 PM]
Access my Social Security on the go!

Smartphones have been in our lives for over a decade and have changed the way we interact with each other. Social Security…

09 November 2017 [10:04 AM]
Credit freeze can block identity thieves

Approximately 7 percent of U.S. households fall victim to identity theft each year, and those numbers are on the rise. Anyone whose…

04 November 2017 [12:38 AM]
Moore Thoughts: A Cup of Joe

Joe DiMaggio was great for baseball, but bad for coffee. The man who got a hit in 56 straight games in 1941…

03 November 2017 [06:16 PM]
Why do we say 'trick or treat?'

Birmingham (TNS) - On Halloween night costumed ghosts and goblins will knock on doors across the U.S., asking for a treat with the threat of a trick as part of the deal. Ever wondered why we say "trick or treat?"…

31 October 2017 [01:14 PM]
Moore Thoughts: Happy Holidaze

The holidays all run together now. I don’t mean literally, I mean at the store. Used to be, when you went into…

28 October 2017 [12:47 AM]
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