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STORY IDEA: Should we worry about energy drinks?
PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY PAGES: For national, Chicago, New York and Kansas City
NASCAR PAGE: Who has momentum going into the final races of the Chase
NOVEMBER FAMILY: Tips for a first-timer's Thanksgiving, getting kids involved in the holiday and a recipe for autumn leaf cookies
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KIDZBUZZ: Let's elect a president!
HALLOWEEN PHOTOS CALLOUT: http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/reader_callouts/x153919749/Reader-callout-Halloween-photos
VOTERS GUIDE TEMPLATE: To display your candidate bios and local voting info
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CONSUMER: 10 classic video games still raking in cash
EARNINGS: Facebook beats, shows mobile promise
-- Facebook earnings signal Apple iPhone 5 rebirth: http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/news/business/x2143897298/Facebook-Earnings-Signal-Apple-iPhone-5-Rebirth
APPLE: iPad Mini pricing key for fanboys
-- iPad Mini: Taking Apple tablets to the next level: http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/news/business/x2143897186/iPad-Mini-Taking-Apple-Tablets-to-the-Next-Level
More from The Street at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/news/business
LOST IN SUBURBIA: The adventures of Spidergirl - I used to think that pregnancy and childbirth destroyed my body. Now I realized that it was just a warm-up for middle age. In the last year my triceps turned to mush, my chin sprouted a goatee, and now this week, I discovered the latest insult to my youth. By Tracy Beckerman, GHNS.
SPOON BREAD: Daniel Boone’s favorite bread - The name confuses you: You don’t eat bread with a spoon, except for spoon bread. And it’s definitely not bread pudding. By Jim Hillibish, Canton, Ohio.
HALLOWEEN FOOD: Halloween cuisine that goes bump in the night - No panic attacks this year over Halloween parties. Any food becomes Halloween food when you add eyeballs and cobwebs. By Jim Hillibish, Canton, Ohio.
HALLOWEEN SNACK: Scare up some easy peezy Cheesy Bones - Need a nod to Halloween, without a hassle? Serve up some Cheesy Bones. By Jennifer Mastroianni, Canton, Ohio.
FOOD ON A BUDGET: How to choose good food on a tight budget - If you don’t think you can afford the more nutritious foods in the supermarket because their prices are higher than the processed stuff, think again. By Kathryn Rem, Springfield, Ill.
More in food and family at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/lifestyle
5 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND: This week’s suggestions include Halloween celebrations, seeing a new movie such as “Cloud Atlas” and more. By GHNS.
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GRANLUND CARTOON: Mitt's many masks. By Dave Granlund, GHNS.
GRANLUND CARTOON: Obama, Romney third debate. By Dave Granlund, GHNS.
EDITORIAL: Debates done, let's vote - From the get-go it was clear what both candidates were trying to accomplish at the third and last - thank heavens - debate Monday night, this one dedicated largely to foreign policy. By Peoria, Ill.
More in columns and cartoons at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/opinions
BIZ BITS: New electronic payment rule will protect federal benefit payments from financial crimes - Weekly business rail, with information on the new electronic payment rule, BBB warning on the “grandparent scam,” and more. By GHNS.
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DAVE RAMSEY: Tithing without telling - Weekly financial Q-and-A, with advice on secretly tithing and resume tips. By Dave Ramsey, GHNS.
DEAR MONTY: The respectable outcome for homeowners in the real estate meltdown - Reader question: I purchased my home eight years ago expecting some appreciation in the value before I retire within the next year. However, now my home is worth $35,000-$50,000 less than I owe. What choices do I have, since at retirement I am not sure if I will any longer be able to afford a mortgage with my retirement funds? Is there a respectable way out of this? By Richard Montgomery, GHNS.
More in tech and finance at http://www.gatehousenewsservice.com/news/business
FANTASY FOOTBALL: Keeping Chris Johnson not a bad idea - Well, what do you know? Chris Johnson (TEN) can exploit a poor defense and be a productive fantasy football back. I think I can speak for the entire fantasy football community and I say: It’s about time! By Joey Baskerville, Freeport, Ill.
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National budget 10.24.12
GateHouse News Service National Budget