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There are many types of otters in the world.  They are mammals that belong to the weasel family. Some live on land, some in fresh water and others in the ocean.  However, … more
Our currency states that we trust in God. I know that’s true for me, but what percentage of the public actually believes it? What do you believe in? Is it our machines? Technology is … more
The doughnut (a.k.a. donut), a small, usually ring-shaped cake, made of flour, eggs and sugar, and fried in deep fat, has long been an American favorite.  Doughnuts came into their own … more
“I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in … more
The fungi are a group of plant-like, spore-producing organisms that do not make their own food like other plants.  They feed on organic matter and are very important in the recycling of … more
Hummingbirds are among the most colorful birds possessing glittering, iridescent plumage.  Most are very small and expend energy very rapidly. They make up for this by feeding almost … more
Solomon was appointed king at a very early age. Most commentators agree that he was around 20 years of age, give or take a year or two. He realized that he was very young to have such … more
Barley is a member of the grass family and is a major cereal grain.  It is rich in many nutrients and provides some impressive health benefits. It was one of the first cultivated … more
An Omaha man was sentenced to a year in prison for distributing drugs in Blair Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Martez Downie, 20, pleaded guilty distributing a controlled substance, … more
“Question” is not a word that appears very much in the Bible, six times in the Old Testament and about three times that in the new but it is a very important function of Bible study. I … more
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