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As hurricane season draws near, it’s time to check and double check your food and water supplies. Keep the following in mind: Hurricane food prep by the numbers: – 1 gallon water per person per day (don’t forget pets!). Don’t forget - Your tap water is still safe to drink, it’s only dicey after a power outage. Fill clean pitchers and water bottles now. Also, you can fill freezer bags with ...

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The average gasoline price jumped six cents to $2.96 over the past week, and it's expected to continue climbing because of the pipeline closur…

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If there’s a fire ban or fire restriction in place, it’s also important to be aware of other potential fire hazards that may not involve a campfire. Don’t park your hot car over dry fuels and avoid leaving glass bottles in direct sunlight, as this has been known to spark a blaze in the same way that a magnifying glass can.

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Being told to group your errands sounds a bit like a nag, much like the admonition not to use the trunk as a storage locker. Still, we will re…

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Americans continue to wildly overestimate how much fuel it takes to start an engine versus to keep it running. The reality is, once you’re sto…

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