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Kids First: Teachers Put Immigration Politics Aside To Focus On Migrant Students

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“Be brave, have fun,” Jennie Boggess instructs as she leads a room full of young students at Camp Curiosity, hosted by the Daviess County, Kentucky, Public Schools. Boggess is the development director for the Owensboro Dance Theatre and today she is preparing students for a finale performance to cap the four-week summer camp. “The idea of… Read More

Jacksonville, Ohio- Voters cast in their ballots.

Kidney Dialysis Amendment Could Be On Fall Ballot

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A group that wants a constitutional amendment to change the way process for the way Ohio kidney dialysis patients receive treatment submitted signatures to be on the fall ballot Wednesday. But the proposal is already facing opposition. Activists, including public union members, say the amendment would improve patient care. The measure would require stricter regulation of clinics providing those services… Read More

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Episode 032 : Journalist Sara Schonhardt : Young Professionals Choosing Smaller Communities


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Journalist Sara Schonhardt has noticed how some young professionals are going back to their hometowns, or other smaller places, often to help revitalize communities. Sara started her career overseas, finishing her time as a foreign correspondent with a 3 1/2–year stint in Indonesia, as a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Recently she returned to… Read More