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Burger King Order Provides Normalcy in Prison
As a result of a streak of good behavior, over one thousand inmates from the Snake River Correctional Institution were served dinner from a local Burger ...
Man Gives His Life to Skipping Stones
Outside magazine featured Kurt Steiner, currently the world’s greatest stone skipper. Over 22 years, he has won 17 tournaments. In 2013, he threw ...
Woman Blessed After Returning Cash
Sixty-five-year-old Dianne Gordon had a job at VC’s Marketplace in Waterford Township, but she lived in White Lake Township. After her Jeep Liberty ...
Executive Took Risk for Aflac’s Duck Ad
Sales were stagnant at the insurance company where Daniel P. Amos worked as the chief executive. So, he decided to take a huge risk with a novel ad campaign ...
Hockey Fan Spots Cancerous Mole on Manager’s Neck
Nadia Popovici kept shifting her eyes from the hockey game to the back of Brian Hamilton’s neck. Mr. Hamilton, an assistant equipment manager for ...
Describing Heaven’s Riches
In an issue of CT magazine, author Jen Wilkin writes of the difficulty in describing the glory of heaven:
I am a competitive game player. A few years ago ...
Black Vet Awarded Purple Heart at Age 99
99-year-old Osceola "Ozzie" Fletcher finally received his Purple Heart. It was awarded in a ceremony at the Fort Hamilton Army base in June ...
TV Show 'The Good Place' Says Heaven 'Kills Fun and Passion'
The Good Place is a popular comedy TV show that follows four humans and their experience in an imagined afterlife. People accumulate points based on their ...
Hearing ‘Well Done’ Rewards an Exhausted Worker
In July of 2021, The New York Times ran a special 55-page section about the 2.5 million essential service workers who kept New York City alive while many ...
Claiming the Summit Without Reaching the Top
Only 44 people have reached the summit of all 14 of the world’s 26,000-foot peaks, according to the record books. Or, maybe no one has. The difference ...