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November 26, 2002

Portraits in Black history: In the 1950s, a high school cosmetology class was a stepping stone to greater things. Styles may change, but traditions do not. Story
  Beauty endures

A rockin' new page in the 'Osbournes' family album
Ozzy, Sharon, Kelly and Jack return with the same sharp edge that made them the MTV phenom they are.

A whistle blower who found her voice
DUNEDIN -- Helen Somerset was sad to leave her friends behind, but she couldn't stop that smile from sneaking up and fastening itself to her face.

Don't be holidazed
The holidays are here, the joyous time of year when more tempers fray, vehicles collide and waistlines expand. But the season need not be bad for your health. Here are some tips to keep mind and body well while celebrating.

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