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Netball attracts women of all ages.
CSA Programs offer fresh local food.
Ann Arborite Herbert Malinoff
Young people head back to the land
A president's brother in Dexter
Pole dancing as fountain of youth
Less jewelry, more bikes
A summer emblem grows scarce
I Spy Update: July 2009
The Prius replaces the Crown Vic
The county's frugal, fatalistic settlers
Two women aim to make running fun
A living memorial at Parker Mill
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