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Honeypot Murder Suspect Once Faked Cancer, Friends Say

Honeypot Murder Suspect Once Faked Cancer, Friends Say

Friends say Carson Sistrunk was one of the nicest people you’d ever meet. The 24-year-old Mississippi man was a hard worker, humble, loved hunting and fishing, and had a laugh that could have an entire room in stitches. To loved ones, Carson was a “gentle giant” who’d give anyone the shirt off his back.Carson vanished…
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Fishing a Watershed: The Search for the Genuine

Fishing a Watershed: The Search for the Genuine

“Fishing a Watershed” is excerpted from THE SEARCH FOR THE GENUINE © 2022 by James T. Harrison Trust. Reprinted with the permission of the publisher, Grove Press, an imprint of Grove Atlantic, Inc. All rights reserved. Eight years ago I quit teaching forever. My swan song at the State University of New York at Stony…
Why does your teacher eat with tax collectors and sinners?

Why does your teacher eat with tax collectors and sinners?

Why does your teacher eat with tax collectors and sinners? REFLECTIONS TODAY In Galilee in Jesus’ time, the ruling elites (Herod Antipas and his cohorts) controlled fishing by the Sea of Tiberias. They sold fishing rights to the “brokers” (telonai, commonly translated as “publicans” or “tax collectors”) who, in turn, contracted with the fishermen. The…
Ghana economy up 4.8% in second quarter, stats office says

Ghana economy up 4.8% in second quarter, stats office says

A general view of the Makola market, one of the country's largest trading centres in Accra, Ghana March 26, 2022. REUTERS/Francis KokorokoRegister now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.comACCRA, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Ghana's economy expanded 4.8% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2022, driven by growth in the fishing, manufacturing and education services sectors,…
Mother, 3 children drown in lagoon at Laklevikope

Mother, 3 children drown in lagoon at Laklevikope

A woman, aged 41, has drowned with three children in a pit dug in the Keta Lagoon at Laklevikope, near Aflao, in the Ketu South Municipality. The incident happened on Saturday when Madam Yawa Apenu was allegedly fishing with Bridget Amewu, 14, and Daddy Amewu, 10 – her children- and a third child, Sitsofe Ahiawor, 8,…
Winners Of Overfishing Solutions Competition Announced

Winners Of Overfishing Solutions Competition Announced

The World Bank Coastal Fisheries Initiative Challenge Fund (CFI-CF) has announced the winners of its competition to find a solution to the global overfishing problem. The event sought collaborative ways in which the various stakeholders could work together to combat overfishing. The competition sought applicants from Cabo Verde, Ecuador, Indonesia and Peru and received over…
Catfishing 'needs to be a criminal offence'

Catfishing 'needs to be a criminal offence'

One Senator has said practices such as catfishing need to be a criminal offence, if social media companies want to keep their users. Fianna Fáil's Lisa Chambers was speaking after having her image used on a dating site in the UK. She told The Pat Kenny Show the recourse for people is too limited. "It…
USA Women’s Spearfishing Team Starts Crowdfunding Campaign to Pay For Trip To 2023 World Championships

USA Women’s Spearfishing Team Starts Crowdfunding Campaign to Pay For Trip To 2023 World Championships

The USA Women’s Spearfishing Team have begun a crowdfunding campaign to compete in the 2023 CMAS World Spearfishing Championships. The championship will take place September 7-10, 2023 in Laredo, Spain. In the inaugural Women’s World Spearfishing Championships held in Portugal in 2018, the USA Women’s Team were Champions. At the second event held in Italy…
China Coast Guards in Zhejiang and Fujian brace for Typhoon Muifa

China Coast Guards in Zhejiang and Fujian brace for Typhoon Muifa

China Coast Guard members help strengthening mooring cables of fishing ships at a coastal harbor in Zhejiang Province.   BEIJING, Sept. 14 -- China has upgraded the typhoon alert to orange, the second-highest level, as Muifa, the 12th typhoon in this year, is expected to make landfall in the coastal areas between Wenling city and Zhoushan…
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