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We won't say why this skill might come in handy. Perhaps - ahem - you forgot to put your bill in your Georgia Power envelope.
With water needs a statewide issue, the Augusta Utilities Department offers these water-conservation tips:
The chilly season will soon be here, and sweaters of all colors and materials will be coming down from closet shelves.
Don't let yourself get hungry. It takes fewer calories to prevent hunger than it does to deal with it if you let it occur. Eat three meals a day, with snacks between as necessary, to keep hunger at bay.
AUGUSTA FENCING: 5-9 p.m. Monday through Friday; Augusta Fencers Club, 134 Ninth St.; $50 per month for membership; (706) 722-8878.
Tens of thousands of consumers are unwitting accomplices of illegal spammers and at the mercy of identity thieves, warns the Federal Trade Commission.
Hiking provides exercise for young and old. The best way to help guarantee a good time for all is to plan ahead and follow safety precautions.
MONDAY MOVIES: 6:30 p.m., Smoke; Augusta Headquarters Library, 902 Greene St.; free; (706) 821-2600.
At least 64 people died in 2005 of carbon monoxide poisoning associated with portable generators, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.