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Bradenton HeraldAll together they've spent 62 years in ministry at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bradenton. But the pastor, the sister and the business manager are all stepping away from the leadership team this year. "It's not easy and it didn't come just overnight....
Tags: Religion and Belief, Roman Catholicism, Peru, NATO, Christianity
The Daily Star, Oneonta, N.Y.Hundreds of seniors at four area colleges are graduating this month, and college officials said many factors play into their employment success in the world of work ahead. "Current employment forecasts for graduates range from bleak to bright, so...
As I work my way around the harbor each week, I always look for people I would like to emulate. One such person is Doug West, and I have said this before about Doug and his efforts as chairman of the Newport Beach Harbor Commission. He wants to help and...
The Hartford CourantEver since mankind began creating art, spirituality oriented themes have been eternally the most popular. Two shows in Connecticut, a contemporary show open for just a few weeks and a show of ancient art open until next April, show different facets, and...
The Pantagraph, Bloomington, Ill.For the third time in less than five years, Illinois State University's program for current and returning Peace Corps volunteers has earned a top ranking. ISU placed eighth in this year's list of Peace Corps Master's International and Paul D....
Picking a volunteer vacation is a lot like dating: The choices are mind-boggling, but finding the right fit takes work. Treat the search like a job. Opportunities to travel and immerse yourself in a different culture are everywhere. You can enlist...
Jacksonville Journal-Courier, Ill.In his 10th and final commencement at Illinois College, retiring President Axel Steuer on Sunday offered four guideposts to help this year's 205 graduating seniors lead fulfilling lives. "Think of me today as a scout who has traveled quite a few years...
If he hadn't been adopted by loving parents in Oak Park when he was six days old, David Pope isn't sure he would have had such a life of opportunity and advantage, he said. His adoption helped shape his worldview, he said, and, in a way, paved the...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Consumer Confidence
The Sun, Yuma, Ariz.In a time of national doctor shortages, Yuma Regional Medical Center is taking steps to "grow farm-fresh family physicians." Six newly graduated physicians -- five women and one man -- will begin their postgraduate training on July 1, kicking off a...
The Kansas City StarLast August, before the Chiefs' season opener against Atlanta, one remorseful NFL player knew he had to make two calls. Tamba Boimah Hali wanted his family to hear it from him first, instead of the from media. One call was to his Mama, the woman who...
ReutersBy Sarah Mahoney UNITY, Maine, May 11 (Reuters) - Don't tell the red chicken squawking under Shayne Van Leer's arm that sustainable agriculture is usually associated with high-priced organic food. The eight-week-old broiler is destined for a pot at a...
The Chronicle, Centralia, Wash.Jerry La Gra, a Randle native who graduated from Centralia College in 1961, transferred that year to the University of Washington, but wasn't sure what to do with his life. He decided to quit school, filled out forms to join the Peace Corps and went...
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