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Katie Couric is on the cover of Sept. 9 editions of Parade magazine.

Katie Couric on cover of Parade

Daytime talk show host Katie Couric is on the cover of Sunday's Parade magazine, included with print editions of The Journal Gazette.

Couric talks about raising her two girls, looking for love again and the value of taking risks, Parade says.

Other items in the Sept. 9 edition:

  • Words of wisdom from 10 years of Sept. 11 ceremonies.
  • Tips and kid-friendly apple recipes.
  • Stan Brock, former co-host of TV's "Wild Kingdom," brings free medical care and hope to those in need.

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