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The Bunker’s Grill Easter Buffet is a perfect way to relax and enjoy the day. But that’s not the only reason to visit this popular golf course-based eatery

The slicing is always good at Bunker Hill Golf Course. Well, probably not at the tee, but certainly when chef Roger Hardman takes his carving knife to juicy roast prime rib and ham during Bunker Hill’s popular Easter Buffet, at Bunker’s Grill. “The Easter Buffet gets families together to relax and spend time together, without some...

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Exercise for weight loss isn’t always the answer

“It is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to exercise away the pounds,” says Dr. Frank Dachtler, of Healthy One WeightLoss. “Weight loss is 95 percent diet—not exercise. Sure, it’s good for your health, joints and heart, and it makes you feel good when you break a sweat, but if weight loss is your goal it’s...

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Most people are surprised to learn that supplemental cancer insurance is very affordable

Cancer can be costly and not everyone is prepared for it. I’m thinking of my sister who is a colon cancer survivor. While she was in treatment, the bills piled up. Even with the best health insurance plan, a cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment can put a significant financial strain on a person’s wallet—and add further stress...

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Building 9 has scored a multi-truckload buy on brand name composite decking, and the price is insanely low

Building 9’s prices almost always beat the big box home improvement retailers by a significant margin, owner Shane Haumesser insists. But some deals, Shane says, are so spectacular that he can’t even advertise them. “They’re called buybacks,” he says, discussing how Building 9 has scored a multi-truckload purchase of a popular...

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According to EverGreen Turf Solutions, fertilizer is not a one-and-done

“Maintaining your lawn is like exercising,” says Correy Petz, owner of EverGreen Turf Solutions. “It takes time to get into great shape via exercise—at least six months to a year. And to stay fit you have to eat right. The same goes for your lawn. Only by regularly feeding it a proper diet can you expect to see change. That diet...

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