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SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Overnight summer camps will be allowed in all 50 states this season, but COVID-19 rules and a pandemic labor crunch mean that many fewer young campers will attend, and those who do will have to observe coronavirus precautions for the second consecutive year.

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Student loans have become one of the primary ways students and their families pay for college. Nearly two-thirds of graduates from public and private nonprofit colleges in 2018 left school with student loan debt, according to the most recent data from The Institute for College Access & Success. But while student loans can help make […]

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This method is similar to our first one. You’ll still sell your vehicle to a dealership, but leave with another vehicle as a new lease or purchase. Consider going this route if your current leased vehicle isn’t working out, but you still need a car.

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Q: I’m 66 years old, with $5,100 dollars in monthly income from the government. I have no living dependents. I currently pay $1,600 a month in rent and am a veteran. At this point in my life, should I buy a condo or single level house or continue to rent? I have $20,000 in savings and no debt or credit card balances.

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TRUMP on Joe Biden and Ukraine: "I never had a quid pro quo. How about this quid pro quo? 'We're not going to give you the billion dollars unless you get rid of the prosecutor ... Stop investigating my son.' And then he goes, boom, the prosecutor was fired and they got the billion dollars." — rally Saturday in Muskegon, Michigan.

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Q: My stepfather bought a house in Miami in 1999 and he included my mom on the title of the property at that time. It's not clear to me exactly how they held title, but I would say it was probably joint tenancy, because percentages of ownership are not mentioned in the deed.

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We recently received a long comment on one of our questions regarding a homeowner who was deciding whether to refinance their home before retiring. Our correspondent is a mortgage industry veteran of many years and we thought you’d benefit from his perspective.

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The Mitchell County Regional Health Center Board of Trustees held a public hearing over the phone on the morning of June 4 on a federal Paycheck Protection Program forgivable loan of up to $2.48 million to make up for lost revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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