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Its no secret that California is facing a severe drought.  Rethinking the way we use water can help stretch limited supplies.  Here are a few helpful tips - take 5 minute showers, turn off water while brushing your teeth, and don't hose off sidewalks or driveways; use a broom.  Following these simple tips can help save hundreds of gallons of water each month.  For more tips and info visit


Need money for college? Each year, the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Federal Student Aid provides more than 150 billion dollars in grants, loans, and work-study funds, maker higher education possible for anyone. Learn more at


There are few things in life that let you know when you're becoming a man. Like getting a driver's license, filling out college applications, and registering with Selective Service. Registration is the law, and it's easy if you go online at Plus, you stay eligible for college, loans, government jobs, and job training. And you can't renew your driver's license in most states if you haven't registered. So, be a man, register with Selective Service on your 18th birthday at www.sss.go


If you're driving, texting, checking Facebook, or returning emails and we catch you, you will get a ticket, if you don't kill yourself first.  It's not worth it!  A message from the California HIghway Patrol and the California Office of Traffic Safety.


More than 70,000 puppies and kittens are born every day in the US - half are accidents.  And when about 4 million homeless pets are killed in shelters each year, it's time we took the "oops" out of the equation.  But you can help. All you have to do is remember one number:  four, as in four months.  By spaying and neutering your pet at four months, you can stop the accidents before they happen.  And that helps keep animal shelters from crowding, and pets from being killed.  Learn more at


Worried About How Much Someone Else Drinks
Do you worry about how much someone else drinks? Do you ever ride in a car with a driver who has been drinking? Al-Anon Family Groups are for relatives and friends affected by someone else's drinking. Are you troubled by someone else's drinking? You might be surprised at what you can learn in an Al-Anon Family Group, from people just like you. For more information, go to or call 888-4AL-ANON to find an Al-Anon meeting near you.