Tag: U.S.

B.C. Man Gives U.S. Family A Much Needed Lift – GNSOTD Fri, Nov. 27th 2020

Gary Bath, from Fort St. John, B.C. is earning praise for helping out a family from the United States in need and going out of his way to do so. Way out of his way. The family was on their

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New York Book Store Lives Another Day Thanks To Community – GNSOTD Wed, Oct. 28th 2020

One of New York Cities oldest bookstores was in a bit of trouble this month until this past weekend. Nancy Bass Wyden is owner of the Strand Bookstores, which was founded in 1927 by Benjamin Bass, a Jewish Lithuanian immigrant,

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Survey Says Americans Have Found Some Positives From Pandemic

A survey of 2,000 people from the U.S. over the age of 21, asked about the positives changes to come from the coronavirus pandemic. It was commissioned by Coravin and conducted by OnePoll. One big thing that came from this

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Military Dog Reunites With Best Friend On Video – GNSOTD Tue, May 26th 2020

U.S. Army Sargeant Jake Ferkin worked with his military dog Iskra for years, touring the world from New York, to Jerusalem, to Sicily; in his own words “With his best friend”, as well as serving a tour in Iraq. Then

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Kentucky Church Helping Families By Removing Debt Burden – GNSOTD Tue, Feb 25th 2020

A church and a non-profit are teaming up to eliminate medical debt for thousands of families in the Greater Cincinnati area. Crossroads Church senior pastor Brian Tome mentioned the campaign nearly in passing. He spent about three minutes describing the burden of medical

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Doctors More Likely To Prescribe Opioids Later In The Day, Study Finds

It’s a bit of information relevant to our area, but according to a recently published study by researchers at the University of Minnesota and Harvard University, primary care physicians may be more likely to prescribe opioid painkillers later in the day.

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