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Why we will no longer be a welcoming church
We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
Judge: IDOC staff must be trained on transgender issues
SPRINGFIELD — A federal judge has ordered state corrections officers to undergo training on transgender issues, stemming from a lawsuit filed by an inmate who wants to be transferred to
How to more safely stay at hotels, motels amid pandemic
There's no place like home. But with care, you can reduce the risks that come with spending a night in a hotel or motel. Half of the battle occurs before
Workers and wages: Finding qualified workforce a top challenge...
BEMIDJI—While wages are on the rise, challenges remain for Minnesota's manufacturers when it comes to hiring a qualified workforce.In its annual State of Manufacturing survey, Enterprise Minnesota found 71 percent of respondents say the inability to hire qualified candidates has made company growth...
What kind of snake is this? How to identify common snakes in Texas
April showers poured down on San Antonio and its time for locals to enjoy the May flowers, but sometimes slithering snakes can interrupt the enjoyment of the outdoors.
Renee Moilanen: How my kid spent 1 million fictional dollars for a school project
A class exercise in which students manage one million fictional dollars to learn budgeting, place value and basic math, and in the process, figure out their life priorities.
Volunteers essential to Haiti mission
In 1993, Tennessean Jack Davidson had a chance encounter with a priest from Haiti at his church in Signal Mountain, Tenn. The priest invited him, he thought, on a trip to visit Tahiti to which Davidson responded, "Well sure." Turns out the one week visit turned into a five-year mission to...
Lacon man may face Sept. 10 trial on bribery charge
LACON — A Lacon man accused of trying to bribe a beating victim not to testify against his son has been scheduled for trial Sept. 10, although
Why no Yankee baseball in Haiti?
By Isabelle L. Papillon Our elders fought the [U.S.] occupation and resisted the introduction of baseball. Now people who do not want to defend the values of [Haiti] at any price, except to make mo…
Students learn life skills, career paths through involvement with Vassar Haiti Project
The 18th annual Vassar Haiti Project art sale and auction is set for this weekend at the Town of Poughkeepsie campus.
How Utah Symphony is improving the lives of young Haitian musicians
For violinist Yuki MacQueen, the purpose of the Utah Symphony's trip to Haiti last month is embodied in a 14-year-old boy named Ishel.
How the Clinton Foundation Got Rich off Poor Haitians
In Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party, Dinesh D’Souza exposes how the Clinton Foundation got rich off poor Haitians.
Iwo Jima’s top enlisted says crew is ready for Haiti relief mission
The ship's top enlisted said the crew is focused on relief efforts and that the rapid on-load and deployment
Today’s top pics: Haitians demand president step down and more
Top photos of the day as selected by the Associated Press.
How to Grill “Haitian Style” Whole Fish
HOPE…a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen. For a Haitian child, it is a DREAM to receive financial aid to attend school, to wear a new uniform, and to have the sc…
Report from Santo Domingo: How government scapegoats Haitian workers
By a foreign resident in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Another human tragedy against the Haitian people is in the making as officials in the Dominican Republic prepare to deport tens of thousan…
Top 3 Haitian Restaurants & Lounges In NYC
La Caye La Caye, situated conveniently across the street from the Brooklyn Academy of Music, brings the rich flavors and authentic style of Haiti to the heart of Fort Greene. The upbeat and trendy …
How the Clinton Foundation Got Rich Off Poor Haitians
The Clintons claimed their gave a lot of aid to Haiti -- but here's the real story.
How did piles of Haiti’s trash end up on NC beaches? Hurricane Florence is a suspect
Hurricane Florence blamed for carrying trash from Haiti and the Dominican Republic 1,700 miles north to North Carolina’s Topsail Island. Neighbors say they’ve been picking it up for days.