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January 14, 2015

In recent days, Chesterfield County Police have received several reports of residents being defrauded of money by unknown suspects asking that bills or fines be paid with prepaid money cards. In one incident, which occurred on Jan. 8, 2015, unknown suspects called the adult female victim and claimed to work for the Internal Revenue Service. The suspects claimed she owed several thousand dollars to the IRS and would be arrested if she did not pay.

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Gargantuan gobbles small business

What types of businesses do you think keep our local economy humming along?

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That time of the year

I have just returned from the other side of the world, where it was summer. There were no air conditioners or fans, and things remained toasty, long into the night. A much different weather picture has been drawn here though. Cold temperatures, coupled with snow and ice, have made for a tough time for some.

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Try looking for clues in Latin names

As I began preparing this column a week or so back, we were treated to our share of wintry weather precipitation, which really is not very uncommon for this time of the year; with sleet falling since wee hours of the morning and continuing for a good part of the day including the following night

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Arthritis

Though not proven scientifically, the cold weather often seems to exacerbate arthritis pain in many individuals. Arthritis is the general medical term for any type of inflammation in a joint. Most individuals that suffer from arthritis pain have osteoarthritis (degenerative arthritis or degenerative joint disease, DJD).

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Max celebrates

Hello and welcome back to the wonderful world of the Dogpound. Well, I have to get this out of the way the very first thing...BUCKEYES NATIONAL COLLEGE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS..YEA! Oh, that felt good getting that out of my system and I promise I will not bring up the subject again

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Nebraska, part two

One hazard of beginning a two-parter in a weekly paper is that events occasionally supervene – forcing your humble columnist to choose between a timely response to events, or finishing what he has started.

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Chamber Gala: Evening full of surprises

The Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce held their annual gala last Thursday. The event chaired by member Carol Nitz with Networking Technologies and Support, Inc., was held at the Double Tree by Hilton. Black, white and silver attire was encouraged, but I do not believe everyone received the memo.

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