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Rev. Gerald L. Janousek of Harbor Springs, died Saturday, July 2, 2011, at Bay Bluffs of Harbor Springs, he was 89. Gerald was born June 20, 1922, in Grand Rapids where he grew up and attended school. Gerald answered his country's call in November...
Tags: Michigan, France, U.S. Army, Colleges and Universities, Europe
Daily American Sunday EditorMilan Curlej, a 13 year-old from Windber, spends many of his summers helping those with less while his mother Maria Curlej uses her nurse practitioner skills to treat malaria, tuberculosis and HIV. The 8th grader at St. Benedict’s School, in...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Mathematics, Travel
KIAHAccording to a recent study by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, predictions of west Africa’s temperatures could impact the chocolate in years to come. How, do you say? Well almost half of the cocoa used to make chocolate comes...
They say slow and steady wins the race – but for turtles, time may be running out. This Sunday, the New York Aquarium will welcome thousands of runners to Coney Island for the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Run for the Wild in Brooklyn. This...
The death of Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi at the hands of the rebels who deposed him was the best possible outcome of the months-long civil war in that North African country. Had he remained at large, he could have been a symbol of resistance to the...
A Baltimore City police officer was arrested and charged Tuesday with leading a heroin distribution operation, including allegations that he arranged drug transactions while on duty and met conspirators in the parking lot of his district station,...
Tags: Murder, Assault, Bribery, Denzel Washington, Punishment
KickingTiresNational gas prices continue to fall because of more evidence of a weakening economy and increased stability of international oil sources. The national average gas price now stands at $3.42 a gallon, according to AAA. That???s a drop of about......
World NowLiberia's President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is poised to win a second term. Johnson-Sirleaf had an unassailable lead in votes counted in a presidential runoff, after rival Winston Tubman boycotted the poll....
World NowGambia incumbent president, Yahya Jammeh, likely to be re-elected in vote condemned by the regional body ECOWAS: "Do I look like a loser? There is no way that I can lose unless you tell me that Gambians are mad," said Jammeh, dismissing critics of the...
MEXICO Rockin' on water Sixthman's "VH1 Best Cruise Ever" aboard the Carnival Inspiration will feature a lineup that includes headliners Colbie Caillat, Train and Lifehouse. The itinerary also includes an eight-hour port call in Cozumel. Itinerary:...
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