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Gerda Lerner spent her 18th birthday in a Nazi prison in Vienna and feared that birthday would be her last. Her jailers meant to starve her, but her cellmates — two gentile women imprisoned for their anti-fascist views — shared their rations...
Raydon "Ray" Durane Christianson, 86, of Pierre and formerly of Aberdeen, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, at the Highmore Healthcare Center. Ray was born Jan. 7, 1927, to Hans and Mathilda (Johnson) Christianson on a farm near Langford in Day...
Khalil Beckwith has never been formally diagnosed with lactose intolerance. He just knows that drinking milk makes him feel lousy. "When I drink milk with nothing else ... finishing the carton can be a nauseating endeavor," said Beckwith, a senior at...
COZAD, Neb.-Winter survival following a drought and how to best manage through that situation will be one of the key topics discussed by Dr. Dan Undersander at the Mid-America Alfalfa Expo & Conference to be held Feb. 5-6 in Kearney, Neb. “We'll piece...
Tags: Droughts, Natural Disasters, Auction Service
Does your debt nag at you and make you miserable? A researcher has now put a number to the emotions. He has quantified just how much debt drags some people down. Lawrence Berger, a University of Wisconsin at Madison associate professor of social work,...
WGN NewsAn update on a story we reported back in May. A group of college engineering students altering the life of a doctor unable to perform surgery because he couldn't stand. Then, on the spot, he stood. This was the scene more than seven months ago. Five...
The move by University of Wisconsin football Coach Brett Bielema to accept a higher paying job for himself and his assistants at the University of Arkansas weeks before his old team is slated to play in the Rose Bowl raises the perpetual question: Are...
The Hartford CourantIn 2007, Keith John Sampson, a middle-age student working his way through Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis as a janitor, was declared guilty of racial harassment. Without granting Sampson a hearing, the university administration —...
WASHINGTON -- In 2007, Keith John Sampson, a middle-aged student working his way through Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis as a janitor, was declared guilty of racial harassment. Without granting Sampson a hearing, the university...
Washington Post Writers GroupIn 2007, Keith John Sampson, a middle-aged student working his way through Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis as a janitor, was declared guilty of racial harassment. Without granting Sampson a hearing, the university administration --...
Many of the men in the Fathers, Families and Healthy Communities Demonstration Project have at one time been the type of people they wouldn't have wanted their own children associating with. But now, on Monday nights, they come to a conference room in...
Tags: Colleges and Universities, Prisons
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