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Brainerd Dispatch
Local Cub Foods recognized for employment practicesThe store was nominated by Productive Alternatives, a nonprofit disability serv
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 21 hours ago
The store was nominated by Productive Alternatives, a nonprofit disability service provider that provides a variety of services, including connecting people with disabilities with employers. Employing people with disabilities shows the store cares... Read more
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Fremont Tribune
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
Fremont Tribune / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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The World
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
The World / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
The Times and Democrat / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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The Sentinel
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
The Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
Santa Maria Times / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
Sioux City Journal / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
The Chippewa Herald / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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Missoulian
50 high-paying jobs that don't require a college degreeDespite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting col
Missoulian / Posted yesterday
Despite rising high school graduation rates, the number of students getting college degrees in the U.S. has dropped. Why the decrease in college enrollment? One reason could be the ballooning costs of attending university. In the face of expensive... Read more
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FOX 16 Little Rock
Arkansas' Unemployment Rate Remains Steady at 3.5 PercentLITTLE ROCK, Ark. (News release) - Labor force data, released by the Arkansas D
FOX 16 Little Rock / Posted 2 days ago
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (News release) - Labor force data, released by the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services shows Arkansas' seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained stable at 3.5 percent between August and September. Arkansas’ civilian... Read more
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FOX Business
Vidalia onion farmer ordered to pay $1.4M in overtime suitOne of the largest producers of Georgia's famous Vidalia onions must pay $1.4 m
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
One of the largest producers of Georgia's famous Vidalia onions must pay $1.4 million in damages and unpaid overtime owed to hundreds of workers, a federal judge ruled. A U.S. District Court judge found that Bland Farms Production and Packing LLC... Read more
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FOX Business
Vidalia onion farmer ordered to pay $1.4M in overtime suitSAVANNAH, Ga. – One of the largest producers of Georgia's famous Vidalia onions
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
SAVANNAH, Ga. – One of the largest producers of Georgia's famous Vidalia onions must pay $1.4 million in damages and unpaid overtime owed to hundreds of workers, a federal judge ruled. Continue Reading Below A U.S. District Court judge found that... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Vidalia onion farmer ordered to pay $1.4M in overtime suitSAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - One of the largest producers of Georgia's famous Vidalia o
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 2 days ago
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - One of the largest producers of Georgia's famous Vidalia onions has been ordered by a federal judge to pay $1.4 million in damages and unpaid overtime owed to hundreds of workers. A U.S. District Court judge found that Bland... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Kansas restaurant owner pleads guilty in back wages caseMERRIAM — The owner of a Kansas City-area restaurant has pleaded guilty to impe
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
MERRIAM — The owner of a Kansas City-area restaurant has pleaded guilty to impeding an investigation into the withholding of employees’ pay. The U.S. Department of Labor says Yong Lin, president of China Garden Buffet in Merriam, Kan., could face up... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Georgia onion farmer ordered to pay $1.4M in overtime suitSAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - One of the largest producers of Georgia's famous Vidalia o
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 2 days ago
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - One of the largest producers of Georgia's famous Vidalia onions has been ordered by a federal judge to pay $1.4 million in damages and unpaid overtime owed to hundreds of workers. A U.S. District Court judge found that Bland... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Vidalia onion grower ordered to pay workers $1.4 million in back wages, damageshas been ordered to pay more than $1.4 million to workers for back pay and dama
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 2 days ago
has been ordered to pay more than $1.4 million to workers for back pay and damages, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Labor. Bland didn't pay overtime to about 460 workers over six years, the news release states. According... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Vidalia onion grower ordered to pay workers $1.4 million in back wages, damageshas been ordered to pay more than $1.4 million to workers for back pay and dama
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 2 days ago
has been ordered to pay more than $1.4 million to workers for back pay and damages, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Labor. Bland didn't pay overtime to about 460 workers over six years, the news release states. According... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Catherine P. S. Putz, clinical pharmacistclinical pharmacist and world traveler, died Oct. 4 from ovarian cancer at her
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
clinical pharmacist and world traveler, died Oct. 4 from ovarian cancer at her Columbia home. She was 80. The daughter of William Frederick Schroeder, a chemical engineer, and Leona McDermott Schroeder, a teacher, Catherine Philomena Schroeder... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
NIU students get feel for job market at career, internship fairis headquartered in Minneapolis, but that doesn’t stop recruiters such as Andre
Daily Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
is headquartered in Minneapolis, but that doesn’t stop recruiters such as Andrea Herrald from making visits to DeKalb, home of a Target distribution center. “It’s nice to come to big campuses like this, because you’ve got people who may be able to... Read more
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Greenwich Time
3 Steps to Better Motivate Employees With Performance-Based Paypolitics, religion or money in polite company? Still another taboo topic follow
Greenwich Time / Posted 3 days ago
politics, religion or money in polite company? Still another taboo topic follows naturally from that list: salary. One of the biggest fears about salary information becoming public is that it will highlight a discrepancy where two people doing... Read more
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The News-Times
3 Steps to Better Motivate Employees With Performance-Based Paypolitics, religion or money in polite company? Still another taboo topic follow
The News-Times / Posted 3 days ago
politics, religion or money in polite company? Still another taboo topic follows naturally from that list: salary. One of the biggest fears about salary information becoming public is that it will highlight a discrepancy where two people doing... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
3 Steps to Better Motivate Employees With Performance-Based Paypolitics, religion or money in polite company? Still another taboo topic follow
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
politics, religion or money in polite company? Still another taboo topic follows naturally from that list: salary. One of the biggest fears about salary information becoming public is that it will highlight a discrepancy where two people doing... Read more
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Connecticut Post
3 Steps to Better Motivate Employees With Performance-Based Paypolitics, religion or money in polite company? Still another taboo topic follow
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 days ago
politics, religion or money in polite company? Still another taboo topic follows naturally from that list: salary. One of the biggest fears about salary information becoming public is that it will highlight a discrepancy where two people doing... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
UMaine pipeline program aims to fill engineer shortageORONO, Maine (NEWS CENTER) – Benjamin Leary started his first year at the Unive
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 4 days ago
ORONO, Maine (NEWS CENTER) – Benjamin Leary started his first year at the University of Maine with a leg up as a sophomore majoring in chemical engineering. "My dad went to UMaine. Two of my older brothers went to UMaine,” Leary said. “When I was a... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
UMaine pipeline program aims to fill engineer shortageORONO, Maine (NEWS CENTER) – Benjamin Leary started his first year at the Unive
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 5 days ago
ORONO, Maine (NEWS CENTER) – Benjamin Leary started his first year at the University of Maine with a leg up as a sophomore majoring in chemical engineering. "My dad went to UMaine. Two of my older brothers went to UMaine,” Leary said. “When I was a... Read more
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Business Wire
KCS Announces New Health, Safety and Environmental Group(KCS) (NYSE: KSU) announced today that it has formed a new Health, Safety and E
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
(KCS) (NYSE: KSU) announced today that it has formed a new Health, Safety and Environmental group within the Operations department to consolidate occupational health, workplace and public safety, and environmental functions under a single... Read more
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Business Wire
Wells Fargo Study: After Eight-Year Bull Market, Most Working Americans Say the Stock Market is the ‘Best Place to Grow Retirement Savings’CHARLOTTE, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--America is eight years into one of the longes
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
CHARLOTTE, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--America is eight years into one of the longest-running bull markets, and the percentage of working Americans who say the U.S. stock market is now a good place to invest for retirement has increased to 65%, up from... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Trump asks LePage to reconsider rejection of millions in job training fundsPresident Trump’s secretary of labor last month asked Gov. Paul LePage to rethi
Bangor Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
President Trump’s secretary of labor last month asked Gov. Paul LePage to rethink his decision to withdraw from a federal program that sends approximately $9 million to the state each year to pay for training for thousands of unemployed workers and... Read more
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The Daily Californian
No settlement in the minimum wage fluxSince the Reagan administration’s effect on the middle class in the 1980s, mini
The Daily Californian / Posted 7 days ago
Since the Reagan administration’s effect on the middle class in the 1980s, minimum wage has always been a subject of passionate debate spittled through the pearly teeth of vote-grabbing U.S. politicians, reaching the forefront of American... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Westport
Bridgeport Woman Charged With Illegally Collecting $10K In UnemploymentBridgeport woman collected nearly $10,000 in unemployment benefits while workin
The Daily Voice - Westport / Posted 7 days ago
Bridgeport woman collected nearly $10,000 in unemployment benefits while working at a Norwalk supermarket, according to the office of the chief state’s attorney. Lisa A. Rolston, of 32 Beechwood Ave., was arrested last week and charged with... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Forget your life goals, millennials. Dianne Feinstein just proved the silver ceiling is alive and wella time not long ago when all Democrats wanted to talk about was “the bench” – a
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 9 days ago
a time not long ago when all Democrats wanted to talk about was “the bench” – as in how the party doesn’t have one. Instead of a youngish, fresh-faced generation of partisans ready to take on Donald Trump and congressional Republicans, we still have... Read more
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Reuters
Dollar edges down, awaits U.S. inflation data for potential reliefTOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar inched down on Friday, as U.S. Treasury yields sta
Reuters / Posted 9 days ago
TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar inched down on Friday, as U.S. Treasury yields stayed near recent lows, awaiting U.S. inflation data for a potential boost following this week’s fall from 10-week highs. The dollar index, which tracks the U.S. currency... Read more
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Reuters
Dollar treads water as investors await U.S. inflation dataTOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar steadied in early Asian trading on Friday, on trac
Reuters / Posted 9 days ago
TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar steadied in early Asian trading on Friday, on track for weekly losses as investors awaited U.S. inflation data to gauge the likelihood that the Federal Reserve will stick to its plan to raise interest rates again this... Read more
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IMF
New Economy: The Future of WorkModerator: Christine Lagarde Christine Lagarde has been Managing Director of t
IMF / Posted 10 days ago
Moderator: Christine Lagarde Christine Lagarde has been Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund since July 2011. She held various ministerial positions within the French government, including Finance and Economy Minister (2007–11),... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
OSHA conducting inspection at Lakeside Foods after accident where woman lost armopened an inspection at Lakeside Foods in Random Lake following an accident Mon
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 11 days ago
opened an inspection at Lakeside Foods in Random Lake following an accident Monday where a woman's arm was severed. The U.S. Department of Labor confirmed the inspection in an email to NBC26. OSHA now has up to six months to complete the... Read more
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New Kerala
Goodwill Receives USD 4.5 Million Grant From The U.S. Department of Labor - newkerala news #279007ROCKVILLE, Md: The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has awarded Goodwill Industri
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
ROCKVILLE, Md: The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has awarded Goodwill Industries International and five community-based Goodwill organizations a three-year, USD 4.5 million grant to improve employment options for adults transitioning back into... Read more
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Slate
The Racist Supreme Court Cases That Cemented Puerto Rico’s Second-Class StatusWho's winning, who's losing, and why. The Strange Case of Puerto RicoHow a ser
Slate / Posted 13 days ago
Who's winning, who's losing, and why. The Strange Case of Puerto RicoHow a series of racist Supreme Court decisions cemented the island’s second-class status. The devastation wrought by Hurricanes Irma and Maria has reawakened many Americans to the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Pastor ministers to migrant workers in Pa.’s Fruit Beltworkers in Pa.'s Fruit Belt In a Monday, Aug. 28, 2017, photo, migrant workers
TribLIVE / Posted 14 days ago
workers in Pa.'s Fruit Belt In a Monday, Aug. 28, 2017, photo, migrant workers laugh as the Rev. Rod Runyan unloads a bag of sport coats, mistaking the coats for a bag of sweatshirts, in Carlisle. The Immigrant and Nationality Act authorized the... Read more
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Breitbart
Bank Behind ‘Fearless Girl’ Statue Pays $5M for Over 300 Gender Discrimination AllegationsState Street Corp., the bank behind the installation of the “Fearless Girl” sta
Breitbart / Posted 14 days ago
State Street Corp., the bank behind the installation of the “Fearless Girl” statue on Wall Street, has reportedly settled more than 300 gender discrimination allegations within the company. According to Bloomberg, “The custody bank will pay $5... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Municipal mashup: Mergers long ago created Norwalk’s taxing systemNORWALK — Drive south from Silvermine, and you’ll embark on a tour of the city’
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 15 days ago
NORWALK — Drive south from Silvermine, and you’ll embark on a tour of the city’s patchwork tax rates and services. On a Friday morning, trashcans appear after a certain point — a sign you’ve crossed into an area where the city provides garbage... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Pasadena Supermarket Looking to Hire HundredsBefore DecemberMany positions in the upcoming supermarket do not require candid
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 15 days ago
Before DecemberMany positions in the upcoming supermarket do not require candidates to speak English and training will be offered. By Luis Treto Bloomberg via Getty Images Job seekers fill out applications inside the employment center at the Six... Read more
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Newsmax
State Street Corporation Underpaid Women, Feds Say of 'Fearless Girl' Firmaudit. The financial company agreed this week to pay more than $5 million to o
Newsmax / Posted 15 days ago
audit. The financial company agreed this week to pay more than $5 million to over 300 women and 15 black employees after a U.S. Department of Labor Office of Federal Contract Compliance audit showed the workers were paid less than white male... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Pastor ministers to Fruit Belt migrant workersCARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Twenty-seven years ago, Rod Runyan visited a migrant camp
Connecticut Post / Posted 15 days ago
CARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Twenty-seven years ago, Rod Runyan visited a migrant camp in the Adams County Fruit Belt to drop off supplies. The Carlisle pastor was not a welcome guest. Because all the workers were Catholic, an armed man told Runyan that if... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Pastor ministers to Fruit Belt migrant workersCARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Twenty-seven years ago, Rod Runyan visited a migrant camp
The Register Citizen / Posted 15 days ago
CARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Twenty-seven years ago, Rod Runyan visited a migrant camp in the Adams County Fruit Belt to drop off supplies. The Carlisle pastor was not a welcome guest. Because all the workers were Catholic, an armed man told Runyan that if... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Pastor ministers to Fruit Belt migrant workersCARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Twenty-seven years ago, Rod Runyan visited a migrant camp
Greenwich Time / Posted 15 days ago
CARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Twenty-seven years ago, Rod Runyan visited a migrant camp in the Adams County Fruit Belt to drop off supplies. The Carlisle pastor was not a welcome guest. Because all the workers were Catholic, an armed man told Runyan that if... Read more
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The News-Times
Pastor ministers to Fruit Belt migrant workersCARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Twenty-seven years ago, Rod Runyan visited a migrant camp
The News-Times / Posted 15 days ago
CARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Twenty-seven years ago, Rod Runyan visited a migrant camp in the Adams County Fruit Belt to drop off supplies. The Carlisle pastor was not a welcome guest. Because all the workers were Catholic, an armed man told Runyan that if... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Pastor ministers to Fruit Belt migrant workersCARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Twenty-seven years ago, Rod Runyan visited a migrant camp
The Middletown Press / Posted 15 days ago
CARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Twenty-seven years ago, Rod Runyan visited a migrant camp in the Adams County Fruit Belt to drop off supplies. The Carlisle pastor was not a welcome guest. Because all the workers were Catholic, an armed man told Runyan that if... Read more
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