Journalists: Mother's love needs a second source
Sometimes, when dramatic events unfold over the course of several days, it becomes difficult for news organizations, be they newspapers, television networks or websites, to keep up.
Easter storm leaves spring unsprung
I can’t remember whether March came in like a lamb, but it certainly went out like a lion.
Time is all we have
Time. It’s the only thing we have. You don’t believe me? Let me explain.
Boston bomber won't stop runners
When news broke of the Boston City Marathon bombing, family and friends called to make sure my son who is stationed in the Air Force there was okay.
Don't risk an accident by speeding in construction zones
Anyone who drives a car has probably been in this situation—you are already late for something and suddenly you find yourself in a construction zone. It is easy to get frustrated when traffic is crawling along, and many drivers disregard the slower speed limits that are posted for the stretch of road where the work is being done.
Bailar El Tango: Traffic in Asuncón
In the city of Foz do Iguacu, Brazil, there is a restaurant called the Rafain.
Your opinion needed for Ada vision
The basic concept of rural economic development is to put as many dollars as possible in your citizens' pockets, so they can spend, spend, spend (locally, of course) and thus, create large coffers within the community so the local government can spend tax dollars to create a better quality of life within the community.
Letter To The Editor
Reader says health issue complicated
This old man
Those early years of life are so important because they set the pattern for the rest of it. The people who are in the early part of your life, who live in your earliest memories, hold sway over whatever happens thereafter.
Tribal reforms in VAWA
The rate of domestic violence and sexual assault for Native American women has reached epidemic proportions due in large part to a stunning legal loophole that severely limits tribal ability to prosecute these crimes. Until recently, non-Indians accused of misdemeanor domestic violence crimes against tribal members could only be prosecuted by the federal government and some states – not by the local tribal courts.
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