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My cousin Scott, a gay man (and I should also add - a fabulous human being), posted on his Facebook page a story from the Huffington Post that said that you as chairman of the Barilla Group... Posted on 9/28/13 at 2:03 PM
PEACE GARDEN MAMA II faith & family fridays: faith like a mustard seed
It was one of those evenings when I'd found myself needing a distraction, which led to a perusal through the Facebook trail. You know how it goes. You see something interesting, and before long, you'r... Posted on 9/26/13 at 11:05 PM
REAL OILFIELD WIVES 7 Rules for Healthy Oilfield Relationships
Being an Oilfield wife is not easy. It can be stressful dealing with the difficult schedules of our Oilfield Men. The following are 7 rules that I believe are necessary to maintain a good relationsh... Posted on 8/28/13 at 8:48 AM
EH? PLUS Food Farm parties
Twenty years after its founding, the owners and operators of Food Farm in Wrenshall are inviting the public to help them celebrate.
A tour, kids activities, a tractor pull and a talent show will be o... Posted on 8/21/13 at 11:00 PM
Also, they knew what unions are — people. People, who work hard and come together to improve their workplaces, improve their lives, strengthen their communities and have a real voice for social and economic justice in public policy.
New Jersey native Joe Lasky has seen a side of North Dakota that many people native to the state often don’t see. Lasky, 23, an Americorps worker with the Minot Area Homeless Coalition, has spent the past year working with a homeless population that stays largely under most people’s radar.
Today’s young people more cynical, more likely to lie and cheat to get ahead, survey asserts The survey on high school character and adult conduct was released late last week by the Josephson Institute of Ethics, which developed Character Counts, a program emphasizing ethical behavior used at schools around the nation. Some Red River Valley experts are divided on the report’s conclusions.
The face of homelessness in the United States is changing to include more families and more people who live in the suburbs and rural communities.
The number of homeless has remained steady since 2007, but within the overall count are trends that can tell officials where federal resources would do the most good, the Housing and Urban Development Department says in its annual report to Congress being released today.
For the first time in years, more Americans than not say the country is headed in the right direction, a sign that Barack Obama has used the first 100 days of his presidency to lift the public's mood and inspire hopes for a brighter future.
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