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Business calendar (Sun-Sentinel)
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Welcome to www.independent-media.tv (Independent Media TV)
It was several years after the Bush Administration had left office, in what has been called the period of "Restoration of Constitutional rule." Criminal indictments were about to be unsealed, naming the architects of the former regime''s foreign wars/torture policy and martial law-type domestic rule.

And the world will be safer and better off when Bush and Cheney are booted out of office. Blessed be! I have studied the issues and listened to the debates between John Thune and Sen. Daschle. I will vote for Sen. Daschle.

Meet Dr. Steve Mallette, Athens'' only dermatologist (The News-Courier)
Dr. Steve Mallette, his wife Lisa, and their 2-year-old daughter Grace relax at their Athens home.

''First Round Draft'' Insurance Policy Winning Over Students, Parents (Insurance Journal)
One of the top collegiate football players in the country blows out a knee in his final game before hoping to go professional. For some star college athletes and their families, this scenario is a leg

www.delawareonline.com ¦ The News Journal ¦ LOCAL ¦ Seniors remodel to stay at home (Delaware Online)
Roger Tharp taught high school math and led an active life until a stroke in 2002 rendered the left side of his body almost useless.

www.delawareonline.com ¦ The News Journal ¦ BUSINESS ¦ Retirees: Research before moving (Delaware Online)
Three years ago, retirees Elliot and Patricia Mininberg sold their 2,600-square-foot house in Chatsworth, Calif., and bought a home nearly twice its size on 3 acres in Charlottesville, Va.

Pulling up stakes when you retire? Do your homework (Gainesville Sun)
hree years ago, retirees Elliot and Patricia Mininberg sold their 2,600-square-foot house in Chatsworth, Calif., and bought a home nearly twice its size on three acres in Charlottesville, Va.

Health care: The stealth revolution (CNN.com)
Health care as we know it -- from prescription drugs and co-pays to knee surgeries and annual check-ups -- may be undergoing a stealth, but dramatic, transformation led by an odd coupling of governors and CEOs.

People in business (The Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Bryan Stepp was named president of the Cabell County market for The Huntington National Bank. Stepp is responsible for commercial lending and business development through managing the business banking unit for Cabell County.