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Losing my memory? Forget about it
Memory can be evasive but also funny, according to columnist Susan Tobias.
Breathing new life into old obits
Obituary book yields unusual stories of young and old, columnist Susan Tobias writes.
Reflecting on what July Fourth means
Columnist Susan Tobias talks infants, fireworks, patriotism.
Longtime physician just what the doctor ordered
Columnist Susan Tobias is looking for a new family doctor, "country style" like Dr. Richard Bremer.
- D-Day stories from an eyewitness Columnist Susan Tobias's mother has shared her experiences living in England during World War II's D-Day invasion of France.
Maine trip yields good weather, food, memories
Columnist Susan Tobias spent an enjoyable week in Old Orchard Beach, Maine, with her family, but admits that the Adirondack Mountains are home.
Don't be afraid to hire experience
Columnist Susan Tobias wonders whether older workers are being ignored for younger workers.
World in palm of our hands
A newsroom workshop made writer Susan Tobias realize how far technology has come since she started working at the Press-Republican.
Old movies offer more than entertaining TV
Columnist Susan Tobias and her husband, Toby, are reminded of simple childhood memories while watching an old black-and-white movie.
Need to remedy recent omissions
When Susan Tobias wrote a column about old-fashioned remedies for cold and flu, she forgot her favorites, ginger ale and chicken soup.
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