COVID-19 – Looking Through a “Polio Lens”

By RICHARD SKOLNIKLos Allamos When we look at the current pandemic through the lens of American efforts to eradicate polio in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, we should be deeply concerned about some of what we are seeing. Most notable is the lack of social cohesion around COVID-19 compared to …

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Gaza antiques among victims of the Israel-Hamas war

“During the recent offensive on the Gaza Strip, our parishioners flocked to churches for refuge. We have turned our churches into refuges. At the Latin Catholic Church of the Holy Family, we prayed to God every day during the assault for protection and security, ”Yousef Asaad, associate pastor of the …

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Patti Rose – The Lewis County Herald

Patti Brown Rose Patricia Sue “Patti” Brown Rose, 72, entered the Kingdom of Heaven on Friday, June 18, 2021, after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by her loved ones who will continue to honor her legacy by living their lives to the fullest. It would be wrong to say …

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Flight crews remain diligent on the Rincon fire

News from the SFNF: Despite the surrounding thunderstorms and lightning, no new fire outbreak was detected on Friday. The Southwest Zone 4 incident management team continues to monitor the fire zone and remains ready to respond to any new movement. Lightning started the Rincon Fire on June 11 in the …

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