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Dinosaurs may have been wiped out by a mass extinction about 65 million years ago, but an earlier extinction event may have given their predecessors a leg up on the competition, according to a study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences....
Tags: Tanzania, South Africa, Paleontology, Fossils
Families from across the North Shore gathered over the weekend to pack beet seeds for people living in poverty overseas. Organized by Willow Creek Community Church, the seed-packing event attracted more than 3,000 volunteers, including 5-year-olds and a...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Zimbabwe
Florence Morning News, S.C.A young Florence family is headed off into the wilds of southern Africa for a year, or maybe more, of mission work that is all about following Jesus Christ's famous command to "sell what you have ... and follow Me." The "rich young ruler" in that...
The Spokesman-ReviewA group of Gonzaga University students is relying on chickens to expand the school's relationship with aid organizations in Zambia. Aubrey Weber, Joe Worthey, Max Bear and Jordan Madrid have formed a group called, Hope for Zambezi, which has already...
Tags: Lisa Brown, Teaching and Learning, Students
email@example.comBeing “shoebox crazy” is something Danville’s Kathy Kendrick and Liberty’s Nicki Johnson have become used to. As part of the collection team for the Danville area, they were two of many volunteers who packed and collected about 23,...
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Chester H. Sollenberger, 86, of Lebanon, Pa., died Friday, Oct. 12, 2012, at his residence. He was married 55 years to the late Mildred Grove Sollenberger, who passed away March 13, 2003, while living in Hagerstown, Md. Born April 18, 1926, in...
World NowMillions of dollars hung in the balance as a committee huddled in London, trying to decide which former African leader was worthy of their hefty cash prize. Monday, they announced which government chief won. Nobody. For the third time in its six years...
World NowChinese manager slain at controversial coal mine: In a riot over a pay dispute, enraged Zambian miners killed the Chinese mine manager, Wu Shengzai, 50, and wounded another representative of the Chinese-owned Collum coal mine, according to Zambian...
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