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Student river paddlers take respite from cold, floods in Davenport church
Floods and unseasonably cold weather drove a group of 19 travelers, including 15 college students, to seek shelter a Davenport church on Saturday. Linda Buturian, who teaches at the University of ... read more
Where to start with the uni deregulation mess?
Let me say what other vice-chancellor's haven't: the deregulation of university fees is about ideology, not budget savings, and it will only hurt students. Stephen Parker ... If the Government won't t... read more
Community news for Vernon edition
The young students will enhance their ... tour aboard the authentic New Orleans paddle wheeler, the River Rose, of: Bannerman's Island, Catskill Water Aqueduct, Storm King Mountain, Breakneck Mountain ... read more
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Stories for September 2014
posted: 09/30/2014 6 a.m. Students, faculty and staff with ideas on reducing campus ... The community's First Baptist Church was established in 1911. Located at 701 S. Main St., the building in this p... read more
Photos by Larry Fisher
Fisher began as an award winning photographer working for the student newspaper and yearbook while attending Davenport Central High School. He is a graduate of Palmer Junior College and the Kansas Cit... read more
Agony continues as relentless rain floods the roads
Motorists coming from Sharjah were caught off-guard by flooding in the area just before Al Garhoud Bridge. "It was miserable. The second and third lanes were submerged in water," said Anita K. Zacheri... read more
Midlands Gives nonprofit stories
Tell us a story of how your organization has affected the community or will affect the community with the help of funds from Midlands Gives. The funds from Midlands Gives will help 701 CCA with its ge... read more
How long can the ministerial sound of silence last?
First, he insisted that the debt ceiling be raised way beyond expectations to $500 billion. That should take the politics out of the debt issue. What government wouldn't want that? Hockey merely wants ... read more
Are The Financial Bailouts A Good Idea?
All the private sector people do well. But when something goes wrong, when decisions are made that turn out to be bad decisions, the U.S. taxpayer has to take on the problem. And there’s something ver... read more
Stories for June 2011
posted: 06/30/2011 5:27 a.m. The School District spends about $1.10 for each meal it serves, but a natural foods cooperative says adding another dollar to that will lead to fresher and healthier foods ... read more