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Q13 Fox News OnlineA 35-year-old Tacoma man who has been jailed in Nicaragua since August 2010 won a court appeal that annuled his conviction and was released from prison Thursday, family public relations representative Brad Chase confirmed. “I can confirm that the...
Tags: Public Relations, Organized Crime, Prisons
ReporterThe numbers were impressive: 100 employees of Advance Auto Parts packing meals for 10,000 people. And all in less than two hours. An event Thursday afternoon at Valley View Mall in Roanoke included the sounds of a bluegrass band, the fast hands of...
Five students from Northern State University are southern bound for Nicaragua on Sunday as a part of an alternative break trip. Along with Bart Carithers, director of student activities, the representatives will spend their time with the Las Mercedes...
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CHARLEVOIX -- Ten members of St. Mary's Church will be leaving on Friday, May 4, for a Nicaraguan medical mission trip. They will be accompanying experienced delegates from the Gaylord Diocese who have been going to Matagalpa, Nicaragua, since 2004. In...
Teacher Pat Kurtz recently returned from a five-week visit to Nicaragua and is now sharing her experience with the magnet students at Boonsboro Elementary School. She spent part of her time there teaching in a school. The students in both...
KTLA-TVWHITTIER, Calif. (KTLA) -- A mortuary mix-up has turned into a contentious lawsuit, after a woman was dressed in someone else's clothes -- and then buried in someone else's casket -- in a cemetery thousands of miles from where she was supposed to be...
CNNSince last summer, a former Peace Corpsvolunteer from Tacoma, Washington has been wasting away in a Nicaraguan prison, wrongfully convicted of international drug trafficking, money laundering and organized crime, his supporters say. A growing chorus of...
SalisburySalisbury senior Tiffany Libenfinger recently had the opportunity to travel to Nicaragua for her senior project. Libenfinger and her church, Oak Dale Mennonite Church, had in the past made and shipped blankets overseas to struggling countries....
Oh, how glorious it is to actually go someplace this winter and not have to worry about the weather. Last year, from Thanksgiving to Easter, it was a quick trip to town for supplies and back home again before the roads blew shut. We felt like marooned...
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Soto: Rubio’s vote against Aponte disappoints Puerto Ricans; Rubio decries attacks as politics and backs off White House talksCentral Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelNote: item updated 11 a.m. Wednesday to correct inaccurate reference to Aponte. State Rep. Darren Soto, D-Orlando, accused U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of choosing party politics over interests of Puerto Rican Americans by voting Monday to block the confirmation...
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