Aug 14, 2014
Looking for Pearls: Turning a house into a home
Ben Goggins/For Savannah Morning News Brickwork depicts a family at the Habitat for Humanity Global Village Visitor Center in Americus.
Comparing President Obama toJimmy Carter is an insult to Carter
Jimmy Carter has had a long-standing reputation as authoring the most ineffective foreign policy of any modern presidency.
Buenos Aires Herald
Carter: a humanist in an inhuman age
Be human in this most inhuman of ages; guard the image of man for it is the image of God.
Lake Chelan Mirror
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As one's ears pop due to the steady rise in elevation along the more than 10-mile trip from Lucerne to Holden Village, the eyes are treated to the sight of many happy faces waving, looking happy and contented as they greet visitors upon arrival to the remote location.
The search is over! Smithsonian announces the five FFA jacket donors
What do a former U.S. president, a spotted hog raiser, two former teachers, and a librarian have in common? They're all FFA members whose lives and careers have been shaped by agricultural education and who have generously donated their jackets to the museum for inclusion in the upcoming American Enterprise exhibition.