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email@example.comAfter making the trip last year and collecting donations from patients and friends this spring, Nicholasville chiropractor Timothy Sunda returned to the nation of Haiti to help heal backs in the country that was devastated by an earthquake in January...
“After whatever disaster befalls us, being intelligent humans, we can almost always learn from it and do better in the future,” said physicist Steven C. Barrowes, Ph.D., of Radcliff. The purveyors of fear among us should heed that advice when...
Sekisui raising funds for earthquake victims Sekisui S-LEC America is having a cookout in front of Walmart from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday to raise money for its Japanese counterparts. The company, based in Japan, reported that one of it plants was...
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Tetsuo Kawanishi woke up about 6 a.m. Friday, as he does every morning, and called home to his family in Japan. This morning there was no answer, so Kawanishi called again. And again. The result was the same. That’s when he opened his e-mail to...
The American Red Cross is soliciting funds to aid victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Japanese officials have characterized the disaster as the worse crisis to face the nation since World War II. Contributions less than $5,000 may be mailed to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCentre College Japanese instructor Fumie Bouvier called her family in Japan early this morning, after a huge earthquake and resulting tsunami rocked the northern part of the county. “Everything is OK, I think,” she said. “I couldn’...
Other than evoking our sympathy and generosity, the earthquake/ tsunami/nuclear disaster in Japan should be pinging our collective consciousness about our own level of preparedness for natural and man-made disasters. Just to recap, in the last two years...
“There was a great shaking of the earth this morning. Tables and chairs turned over and knocked around – all of us knocked out of bed. The roar I thought would leave us deaf if we lived. . . . when you could hear, all you could hear was...
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