Wednesday Aug 13
Federal Emergency Management Agency
United Efforts in Circle Bring Completion to Home Repairs
The final six repairs to homes in Circle damaged as a result of last year's spring breakup flooding along the Yukon River have been completed thanks to a united effort that included faith-based skilled volunteers, the State of Alaska and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
COLUMN: Ed Olfert - Aug. 7, 2014
This past weekend we attended a 100th Anniversary Homecoming combined with the Redneck Games at Major, in west central Saskatchewan.
The secrets of Hutterite life
When Mary-Ann Kirkby was 10, her family up and moved - and not just down the street.
Vogel Talks RVing
Shipshewana: A Shopper's Paradise
The Midwest's largest flea market brims with bargains and hundreds of vendors. Livestock and antique auctions attract serious buyers and the simply curious.
Mother Fair Trade
Drinking a mug of fair trade coffee? Give thanks to the memory of Edna Ruth Byler , mother of the fair trade movement in the U.S. In 1946, Byler traveled to Puerto Rico as part of a mission run by the Mennonite Central Committee.