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In the chaos that followed, Coxe only vaguely recalls making it home. Twenty years after 9/11, though, she’s never forgotten how she spent that night. more
And yet, another definition takes us directly to Jesus and what he has done for us. more
I hope that you are having a nice Labor Day Weekend. Tomorrow is the day set aside to honor American Workers. It has been around since 1894 as an official holiday. In much of the U.S. it is the … more
Millions of renters in the U.S. lost a key protection keeping them in their homes on Aug. 26, 2021, with a Supreme Court ruling ending a national moratorium on eviction. more
Sarah Chayes has spent most of her life analyzing and reporting about corruption. more
If you are recognized for a good deed, be grateful that God gave you the insight to act outside yourself. more
Back in the District, we had a busy weekend. On Friday, our team recognized Okeechobee Mayor Dowling Watford as our FL-17 MVP for the month of August. more
South Florida is a major population center for Florida, a significant driver of the state’s economy, a tourism destination, the winter vegetable capital of the eastern seaboard and home to the … more
With so much “bad news” around today, please allow me to give you some good news. A huge project is currently in the works which... more
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. more
Last week, the federal government declared a water shortage on the Colorado River, cutting off water to residents and businesses more
Yoga “Pidgeon Pose” is a way to improve flexibility in the back muscles, hip flexors and reduces mental stress stored in the hips. more
What are you looking for? Have you found the peace and contentment you desire, or are you still searching? more
Over the past few days, I have had an opportunity to chat with several fellow veterans, service members, military family members, and Gold Star families. more
Social Security Matters is a column where social security recipients can ask questions and get answers from Russell Gloor... more
Do you know the Seven Wonders of the world? That was the question asked of a class of school children. One little girl looked as if she was having trouble. So the teacher tried to help her. The … more
Social Security Matters is a column featuring questions submitted by Social Security recipients, answered by National Social Security Advisor Russell Gloor... more
There will always be things in life that try our patience. more
The Army Corp of Engineers (ACoE) is accepting public input on a ten-year plan for water releases from Lake Okeechobee. more
I recently read an article about “Making Disciples,” a subject that is near and dear to my heart more
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