The Best of GateHouse 2007 Newspapers of the Year winners have been named. Follow this link to see the winners and the runners-up:     GHNS NATIONAL BUDGET FOR 3.26 editions   PASSWORDS: If you don’t have a username/password to get on to the GHNS site or you filled out the form and haven’t received your information, please e-mail Michael at or (Jean is on vacation.) NOTE: If the links in this budget don’t work, try to copy and paste the link into your browser.     Contacts Michael Toeset, 630-835-8870,     Here are the top national stories coming today from GateHouse News Service. Stories are available at Please submit stories below no later than 6 p.m. local time, unless you have breaking news that is changing significantly.               LIFESTYLES/Food   FOOD PAGE: Deviled eggs are a blank canvas.   FOOD VIDEO: A simple way to make mustard-maple pork tenderloin.   FOOD FOR THOUGHT: This week in the food rail, an easy bacon recipe, The Dish On "CakeLove," critics weigh in on a new Wendy's fish sandwich and more.   KATHRYN REM: Top 10 flavor pairings.     OPINIONS   GRANLUND TOON: On the muddy Democratic presidential race.   BRITT TOON: On Hillary Clinton’s adventures with snipers in Bosnia. Will be posted this afternoon / Cartoons   ELIZABETH DAVIES: I might be a member of Generation X, but I’m a tech dummy. Why don’t companies help us out more?   TERRY MAROTTA: Seeing church anew through the eyes of a child.     SPORTS   NASCAR: This week’s NASCAR content – prepared page and individual content – is packaged here:   OPENING DAY: Several writers are planning special content for MLB’s Opening Day. We will post these this coming weekend. Here’s a tentative schedule so far (if your paper is planning stories, please let us know): - MLB ’08 PREVIEW: By Mike Nadel. For Sunday use. - AL CENTRAL PREVIEW: By Andy Call of the Repository. For Monday use. - VICTOR MARTINEZ FEATURE: By Andy Call of the Repository. For Monday use. - BANG FOR THE BUCK: A look at MLB team spending. By Andy Call. For Monday use.     NEWS/BUSINESS   FOOD PRICES: As price of food grows, grocery shoppers changing their habits. Canton Repository / afternoon   FOOD PRICES: Consumers worldwide are facing record food prices, and in the U.S., grocery prices jumped 5.1 percent from '07 to '08, the biggest hike since the 1990s. State Journal-Register. / afternoon   PET INSURANCE: Health insurance for pets a growing industry.