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Sports betting

Sports Betting Tips in 2021 – How to Make More Successful Bets

Since the overturn of PASPA (the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992) over three years ago, sports gambling has enjoyed a growing level of acceptance among people who would ordinarily not have access to the pastime. Although PASPA did not completely vanquish sports gambling from America–since it was always available in places like

Gaming

Tips for winning at Online Casinos

When it comes to hobbies or fun activities to do outside our work or school, many options come to mind. You could watch a movie, hit the gym, play some outdoor sports and spend time with friends. One of the more popular fun activities that may not pop into your mind immediately are casinos, irrespective

Social Media

Tips for new Instagram users

Instagram is an amazing social media app for mobile devices that has become one of the most popular networking sites in the whole entire world. It has over 700 million active users, no wonder so many people want to gain more followers on this popular site. It has grown so popular that services such as

Emergency Services

Distressed Hiker on the Watson Circle Trail

At about 4 PM on Saturday, June 5th, Prescott Regional Communication Center received a 911 call regarding a person in distress on the Watson Circle Trail just north of the Watson Lake dam in Prescott. The patient was a 69-year-old male who was apparently hiking alone and asked a passerby for assistance. Both people went

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Mosquitoes, Flies & Spiders are No Match for these Plants

When it comes to the inevitable face-off between you and bugs, keeping them away from your immediate vicinity is a top priority. There are pesticides and bug traps, but these plants reduce the need for so many chemicals around the patio. Plants are in the business of repelling insects as a natural way of defending

Local

As Communities Return to “Normal,” Water Safety Should Be Top of Mind

James Family Prescott YMCA wants to ensure that water safety doesn’t get lost in the Quad Cities’ eagerness to return to a “normal” summer. As temperatures rise, kids want to cool off, whether that is in home pools, ponds, lakes, rivers, streams, or oceans. And that means the risk of drowning is as prevalent as

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