Archive for FAMILY

  • January 16, 2019

    Your Pet’s Health: Gastrointestinal Disturbances

    If you’re reading this article, you survived the holidays once more, and if you’re like me, you enjoyed your family, overate, and really wrecked your routine. Now it is time to set goals and get back on track—or so they say. Well, you’ll have to keep looking if you want...

  • January 16, 2019

    Look Up! Life Is A Gift

    By David John Cook   The new year is upon us, and we are moving forward into exciting “unknown territory” as we leave behind the old and ring in the new. For most, ushering in a new year brings joy, excitement, and a feeling of refreshment—even a desire to make...

  • November 14, 2018

    Twelve Days of Christmas Giving

    By Rebekah Pectol United Way Dixie   The holiday season is fast approaching, which means the spirit of giving will soon be here. If you believe that giving is better than receiving, join United Way Dixie in the Twelve Days of Christmas Giving this year. We’ve put a twist on...

  • November 14, 2018

    What is Your Highlight?

    By Jack Rolfe   “The most important things in life aren’t things.” Anthony J. D’Angelo My wife, Lexie, and I recently celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary by taking an Alaskan cruise. For those of you now trying to guess our age, we got married at age 5. Ha-ha. Actually, we...

  • November 14, 2018

    12 Days of Service

    The holiday season is finally here! Among shiny ornaments and piles of neatly wrapped presents, excitement looms in the air. This is the time of year when we buy gifts for our loved ones and friends, but it is also the perfect time of year for our thoughts to turn...

  • November 14, 2018

    Is Your Work Space Increasing Your Productivity?

    Designing a Comfortable and Functioning Home Office By Designer Furniture Gallery    According to a 2017 Gallup poll, forty-three percent of Americans do all or some of their work at home. If you’re in this demographic, it’s time to take a good look at your home office. The right office...

  • November 13, 2018

    Staying Connected in Marriage

    By Chad Olson, LMFT, MS   John and Julie Gottman are some of the nation’s top marital researchers and have provided valuable information for couples wanting to know what predicts happiness in marriage. Last year, I was able to attend a conference that they were presenting at and they shared...

  • November 13, 2018

    Stevens-Henager College

    By Andy Stephens Executive Director, Stevens-Henager College, St. George Campus   I am pleased to announce that we have officially moved into our new campus! We have waited so long and overcome so many hurdles, but our dream has finally come to realization. We are so excited to offer our...

  • November 13, 2018

    A New Beginning

    By Max Graf   My first memory of feeling different was sitting in the car with my mom right after seeing Caden Jensen for brain integration. I asked her to give me words to spell, and I spelled them backwards and then forwards. I’d never been able to that before!...

  • September 6, 2018

    Youth Diaries: The Gifts and Challenges of Dyslexia

    By Gracie Hart   At age 6, I started first grade. We were learning to read when I first realized I was different. I started noticing that I was behind with reading and writing compared to other kids. I was slower than my classmates. I thought I was a dumb...

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