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The Secret to a Happy Marriage


Ignore the click bait that we used as a title for this article (gotcha): there is no one single secret for a happy marriage.

So, no, there is no set of bullet points or numbered list that will help you have a happier marriage. The best advice is remarkably obvious, and yet, can be hard to follow.

Honesty

Be honest. That’s the secret, that’s the keys ...

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Effingham Tax Payment


Tried to pay my property and auto tag taxes on line today and found out that if you use a credit or debit card, then you have to pay a precentage penality. I maybe can see a charge for using a credit card, but a debit card is the same as a check, so why the penality? Even if you go to the tax office in person and use a card you still pay a ...

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Prescription drug take back with RPD (Staff Blog)


The Rincon Police Department will be taking part in the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Sept. 27. People with unused prescription drugs can bring them to the Rincon Police Department on 107 W. 17th St. between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.

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Consolidation talk starts to heat up (Staff Blog)


With the Insurance Services Office, or ISO, consultant working with the various fire departments in the county, could a consolidation of some or all of the departments be in the works? As Springfield Fire Chief Travis Zitterour said to his city council members Tuesday night, a new ladder truck is $1 million. If departments consolidated, that could mean spending $1 million once. Separately, it could mean multiple trucks — and multiple millions of dollars spent. ...

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