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  • At-risk kindergartners get boost
    Kids entering school for the first time this fall got a head start at last week’s Kindergarten Countdown, a four-week program aimed at helping kids prepare for school in the fall.
  • Road restrictions for July 14
    EDGEWOOD AVENUE West approach at U.S. 27 (Lima Road) closed through July 18. HALE AVENUE Closed between Brooklyn Avenue and the St. Marys River through Oct. 1.
  • TRAIN exhibit displays models
    Brice, 5, and his sister, Stella, 3, perched on Blaine Ryan’s knees and eagerly helped “conduct” two trains moving in opposite directions through the hallways and rooms of the History Center on Sunday.
Courtesy Parade Magazine
The March 10, 2013, edition of Parade magazine, available in print editions of The Journal Gazette, has a cover story titled "What people earn."

Parade looks at 'What people earn'

Parade is distributed each Sunday with the print edition of The Journal Gazette. Here is what is featured in this week's edition:

  • Ever wonder what a chef makes? Your mayor? A worker at GM's Allen County assembly plant? In Parade's annual jobs survey, salary taboos take a hike.
  • Work wisdom from experts.
  • Baked chicken nuggets can be crispy, crunchy and low in fat. Parade's recipe comes with three zesty dipping sauces.
  • Omega-3s are billed as your body's magic bullet – but they're not created equal. What you need to know.