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Shiny skin can be a nuisance. And when you try to alleviate the problem — “Maybe I just need to wash my face again?” — you can unknowingly aggravate already irritated skin.

Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to figure out what’s giving your face a little bit of extra shine. And that makes figuring out how to fix it a little bit more difficult, too.

The good news is, the oil that causes shine isn’t a bad thing. In fact, it’s a perfectly healthy part of your skin’s barrier.

But sometimes, the environment, the products you use, and even your hormones can throw off your skin’s natural balance.

Here’s what exactly shiny skin is, plus how to manage the shine no matter what’s

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Editorial, 9/16: Mayor’s task force idea offer good medicine | Editorial



Mayor press conference

Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird speaks with Lincoln-Lancaster County interim health director Pat Lopez during a meeting on Wednesday.




Recovering from an illness comes in two stages.

First, one battles the symptoms to ease the immediate pain. Second, one regains strength to return to normal activity. And, maybe, in that recovery process, one finds himself or herself better prepared for the next illness.

That same process is the underpinning for the document released last week by the Mayor’s Economic Recovery Task Force. Presented by Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird and co-chairs Angie Muhleisen, president and CEO of Union Bank & Trust, and Ava Thomas, president and publisher of the Journal Star, the plan focuses on the strengths of our community and the tools we have

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The Fitness Journey on TikTok, Instagram and YouTube

In the first gloomy weeks of 2020, paparazzi photos of Adele made the tabloid rounds. One of the grainy shots shows a joyful woman, frolicking on the beaches of Anguilla with famous friend Harry Styles. In the pictures, Adele looks happy, and she also looks thin—too thin, some fans speculated, voicing the sort of faux-concern commonly reserved for weight loss. Adele reportedly lost over 100 pounds, which is notable, but more so is the way the media approached her body as if it had nothing really to do with how she looked and everything to do with her internal mental state. “It was never about losing weight,” an “insider” told People in January. “Her weight loss happened because she has cut down drinking and is eating more real food. But she now loves her physical transformation too. She is more confident, dresses differently and she just seems happier overall.” There

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New Orleans dentist holds first voter registration drive

A New Orleans dentist wants to make sure everyone’s voices are heard this upcoming election.Dr. Bristol Williams at NOLA Periodontics is holding its first Voter Registration Drive. She’s using her own money to get at least 100 people registered to vote.”I wanted to host this event because I absolutely love New Orleans, and there’s a lot of people in the city whose needs are not getting met that heavily contribute to the economic growth of this city. So, this is how I wanted to do my part in the city and make sure everyone is registered to vote. It’s important that we understand that we have power, but we can’t sit on the sidelines and complain- we have to VOTE,” she said.Dr. Williams also said it’s more than making sure people are registered to vote.”Another part of this is I want to get people’s information so I can keep them … Read More

Arizonans forced to live off a couple hundred dollars a week as federal supplement expires

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – Arizonans who are out of work for pandemic-related reasons are no longer getting a federal boost.



a close up of a sign: Unemployment payments decrease in Arizona


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Unemployment payments decrease in Arizona

The $300 federal supplement payment expired on Saturday.

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“I didn’t have any warning,” said Carla Gallegos. “I [found out] Sunday morning when I went to do my weekly check-in on the state’s website.”

Now, jobless Arizonans will only receive a maximum $240 weekly payment from the state.

For Gallegos, it’s far less.

“I would challenge anyone in Washington to come live off $117 a week,” said Gallegos. “I have no money for rent right now, I have no money for utilities, I have no money for food for my dog right now.”

She says getting back into the workforce with COVID-19 still present is just too dangerous.

“I am diabetic and I only have

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