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30 aug
07:03
Service Dog Helps War Veteran Graduate from College
On July 25, 2014, Army Veteran Kolby Thompson graduated from Universal Technical Institute’s (UTI) Auto Diesel and Industrial program, but this achievement was made possible because of Thor, Thompson’s service dog. The accompanied his owner to very class, and it was only natural to have the four-legged friend walk across the stage dressed in...
lifewithdogs.tv   68 minutes ago

30 aug
06:27
Ukraine: What is the word for What is Happening There?
By Daisy Sindelar via RFE/RL Oleksandr Chernov, a doctor and journalist from eastern Ukraine, spent 10 days as a captive of pro-Russian separatists based in Slovyansk. During that time he was blindfolded, brutally beaten, and interrogated by separatist leader Igor Strelkov. He watched a hardened militant break down in tears after accidentally...
juancole.com   104 minutes ago

30 aug
04:56
Cop Whispering: A call to unity
Working DPW and Gate at Burning Man has given many of us on staff our first taste of what it feels like to be an Enforcer. Of any type. In order to build and run a city out of thin air, sometimes a bunch of anti-authoritarians have to figure out how to tell other anti-authoritarians what to do, in the way we’d like to be told ourselves. We...
burningman.com   3 hours ago

30 aug
03:36
Oklahoma transgender candidate misses making history by 22 votes
Paula Sophia, 48 -- Democrat, author, retired cop and Army veteran -- lost 990 to 968 in a primary runoff for an Oklahoma House seat.
topix.com   5 hours ago

30 aug
02:16
Film Screening: Service: When Women Come Marching Home
Event date: September 10, 2014 Location: 1000 S Bascom Ave. San Jose, CA 95128 Description: This 55-minute documentary introduces eight remarkable women who have faced combat, survived military sexual assault, and lost brothers and sisters in the frontless wars. We follow them on their journey to understand and heal their visible and invisible...
sanjoseca.gov   6 hours ago

30 aug
01:18
Sports helps heal this Hometown Hero
DANVILLE — While serving in the military moved his life down a rocky road, this veteran is not letting tough times keep him out the game. This Hometown Hero is part of an organization which lets injured veterans work out their problems by playing sports. This past weekend, baseball teams got ready for a charity game. Beforehand, WCIA-3′s Amanda...
lincolnreport.com   7 hours ago

30 aug
01:18
Sports helps heal this Hometown Hero
DANVILLE -- While serving in the military moved his life down a rocky road, this veteran is not letting tough times keep him out the game. This Hometown Hero is part of an organization which lets injured veterans work out their problems by playing sports. This past weekend, baseball teams got ready for a charity game. Beforehand, WCIA-3's Amanda...
illinoishomepage.net   7 hours ago

30 aug
00:53
NYPD officer saves 2-month-old baby girl
By Alison Fox amNewYork NEW YORK — A Bronx police officer and decorated army veteran saved a 2-month-old baby girl who had stopped breathing Tuesday after her parents frantically called 911. Officer ...
policeone.com   7 hours ago

30 aug
00:53
NYPD officer saves 2-month-old baby girl
By Alison Fox amNewYork NEW YORK — A Bronx police officer and decorated army veteran saved a 2-month-old baby girl who had stopped breathing Tuesday after her parents frantically called 911. Officer Johnny Castillo, 38, was nearby the sixth-floor Fordham Manor apartment and quickly ran to baby Adelyn Pena-Fernandez at about 11:40 a.m., police...
policeone.com   7 hours ago

30 aug
00:38
Kommentar zu “Wertegebundene Außenpolitik ist abwegig” (Helmut...
Wenigstens das kleine Estland hat noch die Eier in der Hose: “Estonian Defense Minister Sven Mikser says Russia is at war with Ukraine and that a new round of sanctions should be implemented. “The Russian Federation is essentially fighting a undeclared war against an independent Ukraine with aim of changing Ukraine’s current political system...
blog.zeit.de/joerglau   8 hours ago

30 aug
00:16
Gun Tourism Grows in Popularity in Recent Years
An employee smokes outside of an office for the Last Stop outdoor shooting range Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014, in White Hills, Ariz. Instructor Charles Vacca was accidentally killed at the range by a 9-year-old with an Uzi submachine gun. (AP Photo/John Locher) MICHELLE RINDELS, Associated Press JACQUES BILLEAUD, Associated Press LAS VEGAS (AP) — The...
blackpressusa.com   8 hours ago

29 aug
23:36
Re: Lemurs, elephant birds, and bats: The Field Museum resurrects...
LOOKS LIKE AN INTERESTING BOOK ABOUT THE PAST!! FORMER FIELD EMPLOYEE & U S ARMY VETERAN Posted by Edward Mikan
chicagoreader.com   9 hours ago

29 aug
23:30
Memphis VA hosts veterans job fair for Suicide Awareness Week
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Memphis VA and area businesses are stepping up to help veterans who helped our country. The VA hosted a veterans job fair Friday in conjunction with Suicide Awareness Week. More than 30 employers, schools, and organizations came offering opportunities to veterans, but the bigger picture was about spreading awareness of mental...
wreg.com   9 hours ago

29 aug
23:30
Memphis VA hosts veterans job fair for Suicide Awareness Week
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Memphis VA and area businesses are stepping up to help veterans who helped our country. The VA hosted a veterans job fair Friday in conjunction with Suicide Awareness Week. More than 30 employers, schools, and organizations came offering opportunities to veterans, but the bigger picture was about spreading awareness of mental...
wreg.com   9 hours ago

29 aug
23:30
David Quentin Murdoch - 2014-08-28 David Quentin Murdoch, 95, of...
David Quentin Murdoch - 2014-08-28 David Quentin Murdoch, 95, of Russellville, passed away Thursday, August 28, 2014, at Stella Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. He was born April 27, 1919, in Pea Ridge, son of the late William Claude and Ida Fridell Murdoch. He was a 1937 graduate of Atkins High School where he was salutatorian and...
www.facebook.com/lemleyfuneral   9 hours ago

29 aug
21:55
Auditor that Accredited VA Hospitals Where Patients Died to Review...
The same independent auditor who accredited Veterans Affairs hospitals where multiple patients died from delays in care—and in some cases named them as “top performers”—has been chosen by the VA to complete a new review of those same hospitals. Earlier this month, new VA Secretary Robert McDonald announced that the Joint Commission, a...
freebeacon.com   10 hours ago

29 aug
21:09
Rocky River attorney indicted for theft from veteran's estate
A local attorney has been indicted for stealing more $250,000 from the estate of an Army veteran, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty announced Friday. The Grand Jury indicted Kevin Purcell, 61, on two counts of aggravated theft and one count of tampering with records; all are third-degree felonies.
19actionnews.com   11 hours ago

29 aug
20:54
Ride to benefit injured Shamokin biker
SHAMOKIN – A benefit run is being held Saturday for a fellow biker and U.S. Army veteran.  29-year-old Cory Thompson of Shamokin was critically injured in a motorcycle crash in July. He is a member of the Villains Motorcycle Club of Shamokin, who is hosting a benefit ride Saturday. The ride will begin in Shamokin at the Wayside Inn. ...
wkok.info   11 hours ago

29 aug
20:16
What this 8-year-old girl did for a vet with PTSD will warm your...
If U.S. Army veteran Nicolas Bailey didn’t like lemonade before, he sure does now. Thanks to the philanthropic efforts of eight-year-old South Carolina girl Rachel Mennett, Bailey and his wife are now able to afford treatment for a service dog that can help Bailey overcome his PTSD and mobility problems, WCSC reports. “I wanted to help him...
rare.us   12 hours ago

29 aug
20:06
Attorney charged with stealing more than $250,000 from disabled Army...
Purcell's web site says he specializes in estate planning.
cleveland.com   12 hours ago

29 aug
19:39
Gus P. Herderhorst | Obituary
Gus P. Herderhorst, 79, of Columbia, formerly of Cahokia, died Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 in St. Louis.  He was born Jan. 1, 1935 in East St. Louis, son of the late Gus and Eileen Herderhorst, nee Wood. Gus was a retired computer operator from Alton and Southern Railroad.  He was a Korean War U.S. Army veteran. He was a member of Emeth Lodge 1030...
republictimes.net   13 hours ago

29 aug
18:27
Gun tourism grows in popularity in recent years – The...
LAS VEGAS  — The death of an Arizona firearms instructor by a 9-year-old girl who was firing a fully automatic Uzi displayed a tragic side of what has become a hot industry in the U.S.: gun tourism. With gun laws keeping high-powered weapons out of reach for most people — especially those outside the U.S. — indoor shooting ranges with...
nhatnet.com   14 hours ago

29 aug
17:58
Uzi killing in Arizona displays tragic side of gun tourism as it grows...
LAS VEGAS, Nev. - The death of an Arizona firearms instructor by a 9-year-old girl who was firing a fully automatic Uzi displayed a tragic side of what has become a hot industry in the U.S.: gun tourism. With gun laws keeping high-powered weapons out of reach for most people — especially those outside the U.S. — indoor shooting ranges with...
timescolonist.com   14 hours ago

29 aug
17:49
Vietnam Wall Memorabilia
Follow the quest of Army Veteran Jan C. Scruggs to create and build the Vietnam Veterans Memorial located on the Mall in Washington D.C. Vietnam Wall Memorabilia is brought to you by Veterans Resources - A community for military veterans
veteransresources.org   14 hours ago

29 aug
17:00
Family of instructor killed by 9-year-old with Uzi speaks
Shooting instructor Charles Vacca is seen in this image from video giving a lesson on using an Uzi to a 9-year-old girl at a gun range in Arizona on Aug. 25, 2014, moments before she accidentally shot him. Vacca died later that day. Mohave County Sheriff’s Office NEW YORK — The family of an Arizona shooting range instructor accidentally killed...
totallywp.com   15 hours ago

29 aug
16:03
Short Cuts For August 29, 2014
10 musical pieces created with brainwaves. Life After ‘Letterman’: Paul Shaffer on Show’s Final Music and What’s Next. A New Lab Opens Music Making to People with Learning Disabilities Thief steals iPod from retired Army veteran. It wasn’t just any iPod, though. This one was indispensable. Video of Tower Records
thatericalper.com   16 hours ago

29 aug
16:00
Uzi death ‘fault of instructor’
AN army veteran killed teaching a nine-year-old girl to fire a machinegun was responsible for his own death, authorities say.
news.com.au   16 hours ago

29 aug
15:50
Local Realtors honor wounded warriors with day of fishing
More than 65 wounded warriors spent Saturday, Aug. 23, on the open water with reels in hand as part of the Second Annual Soldiers on the Water. The veterans were invited to enjoy a day of deep-sea or inshore fishing as a token of gratitude for their service and sacrifice. The Emerald Coast Association of Realtors, along with numerous other sponsors...
thedestinlog.com   16 hours ago

29 aug
15:36
Anderson “Andy” Caldwell, 45-year veteran FHSAA official, passes...
Anderson “Andy” Caldwell, 87, of Umatilla, passed away on Friday, Aug. 22, 2014. Caldwell was a 45-year veteran baseball official with the FHSAA and the Orange Baseball Association, as well as a longtime high school educator and coach. Caldwell was a devoted family man and a WWII US Army Veteran who touched many lives and will be missed by all...
fhsaa.org   17 hours ago

29 aug
15:21
WILLIAM EVERETT LITTRELL
Reidsville, NC - William Everett Bill Littrell, 80, died Wednesday (Aug. 27, 2014) at the Hospice Home of Rockingham Co. A native of Asheville, he was a son of the late Fred and Helen Davis Littrell and had lived in Reidsville since 1959. He was a US Army Veteran of the Korean War, a member of […]
rceno.com   17 hours ago

29 aug
13:35
LaMont E. Gee, 1925-2014: WWII Army vet an inventor, company V.P.
LaMont E. Gee, an electrical engineer and company executive skilled at the repair of industrial-sized electrical motors and a World War II Army veteran who built bridges across Western Europe after D-Day, died Wednesday in Kingston Care Center of Sylvania. He was 89.
toledoblade.com   19 hours ago

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