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Wednesday, October 16, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 7 Ph Look Chiropractic Improves: Sports Performance Reduces Needless Injuries And Can Reduce Severity of Injuries DR. RONALD J. LOONEY (D.C.) News Hours: TuesJThurs. 9 am-6 pm Fri. 9 am-1 pm Atlanta 785-2612 Nautilus - Gaylord 370-6813 Natural, Safe The Atlanta Michigan Works! office will be closing permanently October 30, 2013. If you are in need of our services, you can visit one of our other offices at the locations listed below: Alpena Michigan Works! 315 W. Chisholm Street Alpena, MI 49707 (989) 356-3339 Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Gaylord Michigan Works! Onaway Michigan Works! 2927 D&M Drive 20709 State Street Gaylord, MI 49735 Onaway, MI 49765 (989) 732-3886 (989) 733-8548 Mon.-Fri. 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Mon.-Fri. 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Closed Noon - 1 p.m. daily Closed Noon - 1 p.m. daily [I Saturday, October 19 from 10 p.m. Call toll-free: 1-800-259-4150 Are You Still Paying Too Much For Your Medications? 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Day High Low Oct. 7 55 30 8 67 30 9 73 34 10 72 32 11 71 32 12 77 35 13 56 28 The Atlanta area received 0.02" of precipitation. Source: US Weather Bureau Than Ni by Tom Henderson A true story of a brutal double homicide that occured in 1985 when two suburban Detroit men traveled to the Mio area for a hunting trip and never returned. Their killers went free for nearly two decades before being caught and brought to justice. available at the Canada Creek Ranch Bml m Ann Slwle Happy birthday to Correspondent Linda (Bud) Cook, and Jim (Dot) Cook Oct. 23, and Derek Hewitt, Oct. 19. Tonight, Wednesday, Oct. 16, is the an- num LadiesAuxiliaryHarvest Dinner. Hope to see you there. It will be fun to see the cleverly carved pumpkins and enj oy a great meal! This Saturday, Oct. 19 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. is Metal Collection Day at the Elk Country Animal Shelter in Atlanta. Be sure to drop off your items, big or small, behind the shelter. Volunteers will be there to help you. Also this Saturday, Oct. 19 is the Lewiston Christmas in October Bazaar from 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. in the Lewiston Elementary School. Be sure to attend and pick up some Christmas gifts and have a snack or lunch. Proceeds from the bazaar go to Lewiston's Habitat for Humanity organization. Sheryle Benson reminds us that your or- der for nuts must be in by next Monday, Oct. 21. A sign-up sheet is at the ranch house, or call Sheryle at 785-2051. The Montmorency County Genealogical Societywill meet on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, at 10:30 a.m. atthe Hillman Wright Library. Officers will be elected and program topics and speakers for the coming year will be discussed. If you want to learn more about family search.org you can plan to staylater and there will be people available who will assist you in navigating the website. You may contact Karen Funk 989-742-3037. if you have questions about this meeting. We send our congratulations to Molly Moir upon her marriage to Jimmy Dobbyn on Sept. 28. Molly is the daughter of mem- bers Dan and Sheila Moir. Members, when closing your cabin for the winter, remember to donate any left-over canned or dried goods to the food bank box located in the ranch house vestibule. We send our condolences to the family and friends of Donald Whitmire Sr. (89) who passed away Oct. 2. He is survived by wife Arlene and son CCR member Donald "Gene" Whitmire, nieces and nephews and grandchildren. Donald Sr.was predeceased by daughter Karen Whitmire in 2009 and brothers and CCR members, Charles and Robert Whitmire. The funeral was Oct. 5 in Montrose, Michigan. We send our condolences to the family and friends of long-time member Wayne Monroe who died Oct. 6 after a battle with cancer. Wayne was a retired Detroit teacher. Surviving are wife Mary Monroe and two daughters (CCR members) and their fami- lies. The funeral was Oct. 9 in Brighton, Michigan. A grandfather was delivering his grand- children to their home one day when a fire truck zoomed past. Sitting in the front seat of the fire truck was a Dalmatian dog. The children started discussing the dog's du- ties. "They use him to keep crowds back," said one child. "Not" said another. "He's just for go o d luck."A third child brought the argument to a close. "They use the dogs," she said firmly, "to find the fire hydrants." Thankfully the computer is up and run- ning again. If you have any news for this article, please contact me by Wednesday evening at ccrbasteele@hughes.net, 989- 785-4865 or 8424 Brown Trail, Atlanta, Michigan 49709. REPORT DRUG SALES OR DEALING OFFERS TO HUNT: 1-800-573-DRUG (3784) Huron Undercover Narcotics Team Reg. $199" Made in Sizes up to 62 America Navy or Black Men's Wema - Yotm fotzma[ toemz heabqmtmte zs ~[~ Stephen's Menswear stephens@ 119N2nd.com 119 N. 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Age is one factor, as you get older your risk rises. Certain lifestyle factors can also increase your risk, being overweight, taking birth control pills, alcohol consumption and not having children. Genetic risk, heredity, the presence ofpre-malignant cells and breast density should also be considered. Talk to your doctor about what tests you should be receiving to deter- mine your risk, and if there are lifestyle changes you should make. Testing Breast cancer can strike at any age. Unfortunately, mam- mography, the most common test which is now controver- sial as to its effectiveness, isn't recommended for younger women. But nowthere are adjunct tests thatyoungerwomen can request that can detect silent, reversible milk duct hy- perplasia, a condition that can lead to breast cancer in a decade if left untreated. The new quick and non-invasive ForeCYTE Breast Health Test, for example, collects and ana- lyzes individual cells from a small sample of milk duct fluid collected from eachbreast, and can provide vital earlydetec- tion of cancer or pre-cancerous conditions. Just as the Pap smear has reduced cervical cancer rates by over 70 percent by finding and treating reversible pre-can- cer before it becomes cancer, the goal of Atossa Genetics, maker of ForeCYTE and other diagnostic risk assessments, is to reduce the high rate of breast cancer through early detec- tion of reversible precursor changes that can lead to breast cancer and to treat those early changes. "From lifestyle changes to therapeutic interventions, knowing your lifetime risk of breast cancer can help you make important medical decisions now," notes Quay. More information about determining your risk for breast cancer can be found at www.AtossaGenetics.com. Lifestyle Maintainingahealthybodyweight can reduce your risk for breast cancer.Askyourphysicianor aregistered dietician for advice on improving your diet. Your doctor can also recom- mend the best way to ease into a fitness routine, taking into account your overall health and current fitness level. If you're a smoker or drinker, ask your physician to direct you toward resources that can help you curb the habit. This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, take charge of your health by learning more about early detection, testing op- tions and prevention.