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The Daily Ardmoreite
Updated at 2:35 PM

It’s tough trying to be tough.Take Vladimir Putin for example. Here is a slight but wiry Russian guy who seems to have two different public faces: Rage and threat of rage. Although I have never met the Russian leader, I know I would not want to meet him on his way back from buying a bottle of Stolichnaya, but what can one expect? He is a product of the Cold War, a former leader of the tough-guy KGB secret police. He even owns a well-deserved black belt in the martial art of karate.

Updated at 2:03 PM

Going green is a great way to celebrate spring — by incorporating the color into fresh new dishes.

Posted at 2:00 PM

SIMFEROPOL, Crimea — Russia showered promises on Crimea on Monday, sending its prime minister on a surprise visit there to promise quick funds to improve power supplies, water lines and education. In Kiev, Ukraine's acting president flatly rejected...

Posted at 2:00 PM

Carter County Detention Center population Friday: 205 Carter County Detention Center population Saturday: 205

Updated at 1:52 PM

Lenten meals don’t need to be built around dried beans. They’re only traditional because dried beans and a few root vegetables were the only foods left at winter’s end in the centuries before refrigeration.

Updated at 1:03 PM

When I mentioned to the good people at Range Rover North America that I would be escorting the Duchess of Rutland on a speaking tour of several posh clubs in the Detroit area, they graciously provided one of their brand-new long-wheelbase vehicles...

Posted at 1:00 PM

SEOUL, South Korea — North and South Korea fired hundreds of artillery shells into each other's waters Monday in a flare-up of animosity that forced residents of five front-line South Korean islands to evacuate to shelters for several hours, South...

Posted at 1:00 PM

National Governors Association Chair Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin brought together state teams to discuss her yearlong effort, America Works: Education and Training for Tomorrow’s Jobs. She was joined by Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and...

Updated at 12:57 PM

Consumers are facing the double whammy of rising food prices outstripping wage increases, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Updated at 12:45 PM

New Orleans, despite its French-Cajun traditions, remains a soup town. And the most ordered soup? Not zarzuela, not gumbo, not turtle, not chicken-andouille.It’s a cup of simple corn soup, appetizer to many a fancy meal downtown.

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