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FILE In this Nov. 9, 1960 file photo, President elect John F. Kennedy, center, is surrounded by members of his family in the living room of the home of Joseph P. Kennedy, in Hyannisport, Mass. Standing, from left, Ethel Kennedy; Steve Smith and wife, Jean Kennedy; Senator Kennedy; brother Robert, campaign manager; sister, Patricia Lawford; Sargent Shriver; brother Ted’s wife, Joan; and British actor Peter Lawford. In foreground, seated from are: Eunice Shriver, sister; mother Rose Kennedy; father, Joseph; Jacqueline Kennedy, wife of John; and Ted Kennedy, brother of the president elect. In the Trump era, the story of the Kennedys has never seemed so distant or, one family member believes, more urgent to tell. Rep. Patrick Kennedy, son of the late Sen. Edward Kennedy. people understand to be the paradigm of today, that doesn have to be the narrative for our country. EDT on Sunday. Coupled with the premiere of a new series about popes, it an example of CNN new approach to historical programming now that it is running out of decades to celebrate.

The Kennedys are one of the most documented families in modern American life, and CNN hopes that its work in the series offers new looks at a familiar story. ambassador to Britain during World War II ended that ambition. He transferred that drive to his large family, which culminated in the election of second son John F. Kennedy as president in 1960.

Through the episodes, the series continues through John and brother Bobby assassinations, Ted Kennedy long career in the Senate and the varied paths of new Kennedy generations, including the plane crash that killed John F. Kennedy Jr.

While it discusses the family achievements, the project is not a hagiography. The series discusses JFK womanizing, the disastrous decision to lobotomize the young Rosemary Kennedy and, in a later episode, Ted Kennedy involvement in a deadly car accident in Chappaquiddick, Massachusetts.

Producers sought archival material that went beyond familiar clips, said Amy Entelis, who oversees CNN film and original series units. For example, the first episode shows Joseph Kennedy family greeted by photographers upon his arrival in Britain, where young Bobby and Ted gave media interviews.

was footage that was really new to me to see them as children and already, as children, on the public stage, she said. really made an effort to dig deeply and find not only new angles to the story, but new ways to illustrate the story. has taught CNN executives that its viewers respond to historical programming. The breezy series celebrating particular decades is the most prominent example, but since CNN is airing one on the 2000s this summer, they hit a dead end, at least for two more years.

Kennedys, like last month series on Patricia Hearst, enables the network to examine certain time periods through specific lenses. The nostalgia appeal is obvious, but CNN executives were surprised five years ago at how well a documentary on JFK assassination did among young viewers who were anxious to get more details about an event many had heard about but hadn looked at closely, Entelis said.

living in an unusual age and people are very engaged in history because of the politics of today, she said.

Current commentary by Kennedys like Patrick is interspersed throughout the film. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is interviewed, and it enlightening to hear a young Kennedy talk about the bold life and romantic choices of her great aunt and namesake Kathleen Kennedy. She and older brother Joseph Jr. both died in plane crashes.

CNN had mixed results when asking other Kennedy members to participate, Entelis said. JFK daughter Caroline is not included, nor is noted filmmaker Rory Kennedy.

Patrick Kennedy, who represented a Rhode Island district in Congress from 1995 to 2011 and is now an advocate on mental health and addiction issues, said he wanted people to hear the message of public service that his father and his family espoused. message they had for their generation really transcended their time, he said.

Kennedy, who has written about his own addiction issues, decided not to seek re election six months after his father died. He doesn seem to miss Congress: was there at a time when you could actually get things done, he said.

He wouldn answer directly when asked whether his family members would want to see another President Kennedy.

know that they like to see the beloved community John Lewis was a part of it, Dr. King, Cesar Chavez, Robert Kennedy, Eunice Shriver I think that what we all want to be part of, he said. what going to fill us up, to feel that we all connected again, that we not fragmented and the country is so divided.
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Despite the federal government plan to cut subsidies to Canadian National to operate passenger service on the Algoma Central Railway, I am optimistic that the city can convince Stephen Harper government to reconsider the cuts.

Ward 2 Coun. Susan Myers hit the nail on the head at the Feb. 4 city council meeting on the subject when she pointed out that CN had increased its dividend for the 8th consecutive year and is expected to turn a profit of $635 million in the last quarter. So she noted that we should be focusing on this as we work on getting the federal government to reverse its decision.

However, I think we should go back into history to remind CN, the federal government and anyone else who is involved, that CN, like most of the other railways in Canada in their early days received millions of dollars and acres and acres of free land from the federal government in order to build rail lines all over the country.

What we need is some vision from our leadership and I am not optimistic about any vision coming from Stephan Harper, our prime minister but I think he should be reminded of the vision that John G. Diefenbaker had during his time as prime minister.

Diefenbaker initiated his Roads to Resources Program, which was intended to complete the transportation infrastructure in remote areas of Canada to facilitate access to minerals and encourage their exploration.

I was working for Public Works Canada in 1979 and we arranged the opening ceremony of the Dempster Highway in August that year just outside Whitehorse in the Yukon. It was the first all weather road to cross the Arctic Circle. Diefenbaker didn make it to the ceremony set for Aug. 17, 1979. He died in Ottawa on Aug.16 the day before he was to be at the Yukon ceremony.

Harper is a great admirer of Diefenbaker so perhaps he will pick up his legacy.

But Diefenbaker had a vision for the North and we should remind the current prime minister that he should pick up that vision and support our railways and the vision to open up the North, Mr. Harper has made promises to open up the north, put an icebreaker in the North too and even armed forces members.

We have to be reminded that CN once had leaders who organized the formation of Trans Canada Airlines (now Air Canada), the CBC, built steam engines at its Montreal car shops which hauled tons of freight and troops during the Second World War, built the CN Tower, added real estate to its holdings in several cities such as the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal.

So, start at the top.

All those trying to save the passenger service on the ACR should take a delegation to Ottawa to see the prime minister. Better still, send rail cars from the Agawa Canyon tour train to Ottawa and pick up some supporters along the way.

Many of those supporters could be some of 8,000 postal workers being laid off and hundreds of veterans who are being chopped. Send email and hard copy letters to the Prime Minister still postage free.
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“I think it’s (the job market) a lot better than it was maybe four years ago,” says Patience Kanda, a senior mass communication major from Hawaii. “I’m going to do an internship over the summer and then I’m working here for a little bit, and then we’ll see where life takes me,” says Kanda.

“I got an internship with Riverbend machinery; they’re a heavy equipment company that runs and sells heavy equipment,” says Randy Fred, a business management and marketing major from Colorado Springs. Fred is working for a company based in Grand Junction, but he’s not staying either. The company is sending him to another office. “I’m shipping off to North Dakota in a couple weeks,
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” says Fred.

The Mesa County Workforce Center says they’ve had over 14,000 job seekers the last year. Out of those, 1,000 were ages 19 21, and over 2,000 had bachelor’s degrees.

The center listed over 240 job orders in April, and expects 2 3 openings through each job order. That means every job that opens up is closing quickly; as the job market remains cut throat for everyone.

We’re told recent grads are also competing with older workers who have been out of work for awhile. They may not have a degree, but have more experience.
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Those two Mt. Pleasant High School graduates are now at the next stage of their respective baseball careers and the Central Michigan roster is largely different than it was two years ago or even last year when it made a return trip to the Palomino World Series.

While only about a quarter of the roster is intact from a year ago, new faces have emerged to help the Stars once again meet their goal. With a 5 2 victory Saturday over Ottawa (Ill.) in the North Zone Tournament at CMU s Theunissen Stadium, the Stars punched their ticket for a third straight year to the Palomino World Series. EST. The winner of that game will face either Indonesia or the Arroyo Seco Saints, while the loser will have a steep climb back in order to make a run.

So how have the Central Michigan Stars gone about making it to the international stage three straight years?

This area is stacked with baseball talent, said Stars coach Sam Flamont. And it s about more than Isabella County. Everyone on this roster lives within a 35 mile radius of Central Michigan University. To me, that speaks a lot about the talent in this area and the passion for this game. These kids love to play or else they wouldn t be doing this.

New faces have emerged such as Mt. Pleasant High School senior to be Dean Marais, whose left handed bat has been placed right in the middle of the lineup at the cleanup spot. Or perhaps Ty Rollin, who helped lead Beal City to the state title game in June and is a versatile player for the Stars in that he can play many different positions. It s also hard to speak of the new faces without mentioning Beaverton left handed pitcher Austin Schneider, who threw a complete game gem in the North Zone title game against Ottawa.

But that is not to say there are not a few mainstays, those players who have been through the in game battles for multiple seasons now. Players such as Chippewa Hills Jake Tarbell, who is the reigning Morning Sun Baseball Player of the Year. Or Sacred Heart s Nick Hire, who garnered Morning Sun Boys Athlete of the Year honors earlier this month.

In short, Central Michigan is stocked with the type of talent needed to compete with baseball rich countries such as Puerto Rico or Mexico. At a national level, the Stars have also proven over the past couple years to have what it takes to compete with all comers.

The only player who was part of the Stars World Series championship team that is still a part of the present Central Michigan roster is middle infielder Dustin Lee, a Mt. Pleasant High School graduate who is coming off a tremendous freshman year at Northwood University in which he batted a team best .325.

I do feel a leadership role having been on this team so long and being the oldest, said Lee. It s my third time out there and it s still really exciting. I m looking forward to it. We ve got a great team and hopefully we can bring back a ring.

Lee s natural position is shortstop, but with Hire playing so well defensively at that position he has slid over to second base to form a tremendous infield combo.

It s a little different because I have a little more time and the angles are different, so I m still trying to get used to it. I ll play wherever it best helps this team win, Lee added.

Pitching and defense have been at the forefront of the Stars run to the Palomino World Series, but you can t win without scoring some runs and Marais has been right in the middle of a dynamic offense that puts the ball in play consistently.

It s great experience for all of us, said Marais, who will be visiting California for the first time.

Marais was hampered a year ago by a knee injury that kept him out of action, so his junior year with the Oilers started a bit slowly. Once he took off midseason, he was one of the biggest pieces for the Mt. Pleasant offense and even hit two home runs in a regional semifinal victory.

He has carried that hot hitting into the summer season as his bat has come up huge many times for Central Michigan.

I ve done a good job staying calm at the plate, Marais said. Other than that, it s just see the ball and hit the ball.

As of Monday, Flamont was leaning toward Mt. Pleasant grad Daniel Pulver toeing the rubber for game one against Puerto Rico. But with so many different options, he had yet to make an official decision.

We have a lot of capable arms, so I m going to go with whoever I think is the best choice in that particular game, Flamont said. Whoever throws that first or second game for us will have a chance to pitch again later in the tournament, so that s huge and goes into our thought process.

I m assuming Puerto Rico will be fundamentally sound, energetic, and will be ready to play, Flamont said. We ll have to be at the top of our game and continue to play the same way that got us to California.
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This handout picture taken on November 27, 2017 by the Oga city municipal office and released via Jiji Press shows coast guard officers inspecting a battered wooden boat where eight bodies were found inside at a beach in Oga, Japan Akita prefecture. Japanese coastguard officials spotted eight bodies inside a battered wooden boat off northern Akita prefecture but waves had prevented officials from investigating since the boat was first spotted on November 24. Dozens of North Korean fishing vessels wash up on Japan coast every year. Sometimes the boats occupants have already died at sea, a phenomenon local media refer to as “ghost ships”. (AFP PHOTO / OGA CITY MUNICIPAL OFFICE / JIJI PRESS)HANDOUT / AFP/Getty Images

The bodies had been drifting in the Sea of Japan for so long that only bones remained.

But investigators in face masks and coveralls found clues inside the battered wooden craft that pointed to a possible origin: an empty cigarette pack of a brand popular in North Korea and unused life jackets with Korean lettering.

It unclear how long those who were aboard the latest ship to wash up on the coast of Japan had been there or when they died. Ocean currents off the coast of Japan shift and the waters get choppy in winter months, routinely washing ships ashore. More than 40 boats full of dead people have washed up this year, according to Sky News. In 2016, the number was 66.

was surprised to see the boat in such a bad condition, she told the news organization.

It was not clear whether the people on the boat were fishermen who got into trouble at sea or people trying to defect from North Korea.

About 30,000 North Koreans have defected since the devastating famine in the mid 1990s. They tell stories of sometimes violent reprisals for political speech, being banished to labor camps for watching American movies and old fashioned starvation.

But a silent, unknown number never survive the escape attempts, dying during desperate journeys to South Korea or China or Japan.

Others are captured and face severe punishment for trying to leave.

According to Vice, North Korean penal code states that defectors face two years of hard labor if they are caught crossing the border,
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though punishments can vary.

Radio Free Asia reported that North Korean officials warned that citizens living near the Chinese border who are caught helping people defect would be put to death and the punishments wouldn stop there. Family members of violators can be imprisoned or banished to remote regions of North Korea.

Still, North Koreans defect by the hundreds. This month, the world was riveted by the story of a North Korean soldier who escaped in dramatic fashion a few weeks ago driving a Jeep southward until it got stuck in a ditch, then sprinting across the demilitarized zone.

His former comrades shot at him with pistols and assault rifles, putting at least five bullets into him.

South Korean soldiers found him in a pile of leaves and dragged him to safety, and he was flown to a hospital via helicopter.

Even before they learned his name, doctors said his condition told some of his story, according to The Washington Post. He had hepatitis B and tuberculosis, and parasitic worms nearly a foot long in his intestines.

Doctors say the worms point to the health and humanitarian crises inside the closed borders of North Korea.

Since then he has been recovering and has become a source of demilitarized zone trolling.

South Korean soldiers have been broadcasting details about the defector improving medical condition across the demilitarized zone, according to Newsweek.

The speakers they use, which at one point were used to encourage soldiers to defect, can apparently be heard more than a dozen miles away.

news about an elite soldier like a JSA guard having fled in a hail of bullets will have a significant psychological impact on North Korean border guards, said a military spokesman quoted in the South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo.
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Police are now planning a night time sweep to pick up every youngster who tries their luck with bogus documents. Sgt Danny Barnes, of the police’s licensing unit, said: “A lot of clubs themselves get criticised for allowing underage people in, but the onus has also got to fall on the people who try to get in using fraudulent, fake, or their siblings’ ID.

“That’s an offence which carries a maximum term of five years’ imprisonment, so we’re going to try to run an operation to prevent this happening.”

Manager Gary Stokes, 40, said: “The biggest problem we have when we are IDing people when they come in is with driving licence pictures and passport pictures.

“It’s difficult to tell who’s who, but now we can bring the image up almost 500 per cent so it’s a much bigger A4 picture, and it enhances it as well, so we will be able to get a much clearer picture of someone’s face.”
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Rick Stevens can remember when boxing was a big deal in Hastings. If he has his way, it will be again.

Stevens, 46, was a promising fighter himself as a youngster growing up in the area, amassing an impressive 68 4 record between 1974 and 1985 while fighting under Joe Perrella in Sutton and later in Hastings under the guidance of Fred Drummond and Larry Fielder. Offered a shot to train at the Olympic training camp in Colorado at age 15, he felt overwhelmed by the opportunity and turned it down, a decision he has lived to regret.

It wasn’t long thereafter he decided to walk away from the sport all together. But a chance encounter with professional cage fighter Chad Obermiller has brought him back to the sport in which he once excelled.

Obermiller, 36, had been training boxers at Hard Knocks Gym for roughly four years when he met Stevens, who had tagged along to watch his nephew, Dylan Wilson, box. After watching the action, Stevens, who works as general manger of Nebraska Vault Co. in Hastings, offered up his services free of charge to assist Obermiller with the program.

“I could kind of tell that Chad was kind of needing some help, so I just offered him some help,” Stevens said. “I said, ‘I’m a little knowledgeable about the sport. I definitely can help you.’ And he was like, ‘Yeah, why don’t you come in.’ ”

Stevens wasted little time making his impact felt in the program. Between purchasing equipment and securing sponsors for additional equipment, he has helped grow the program by leaps and bounds during his year long involvement as head coach.

“We have come a long, long way,” Stevens said. “We started out boxing on wrestling mats and were just able to buy a competition boxing ring a few months back. A few weeks ago we got an invitation to go fight in the UK, and we’ve barely been open a year.”

Obermiller can scarcely imagine running the program without him.

“Rick knows how to box,” Obermiller said. “There’s a lot more to it than I know. As a cage fighter, I can teach them to hit straight all day long, but as far as getting the proper boxing movement, I get lost.

“Rick does a lot for these kids. It would be hard to find another gym with a coach who is going to buy your gear from head to toe.”

There are 25 full time members in the club, which now fights out of the Phoenix Centre (Old Middle School) gymnasium, 714 W. Fifth St. Fighters range in age from 8 to 35 years old.

While not all of the fighters compete outside the gym, at least two or three have seen extensive action in amateur bouts fought in Denver; Kansas City,
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Kan.; Council Bluffs; Iowa; North Platte; and other locations.

For Stevens, his return to boxing may well include a comeback as a fighter at some point. Already he has begun training with the intention of one day going toe to toe with an opponent inside the ring.

“It’s always been a passion of mine,” he said of boxing. “I have three older brothers who boxed, and while I’m not 100 percent locked in that I’m going to return, I’m definitely kicking it around. I’m leaning on the side of I probably will.”

Obermiller, who once toyed with the idea of boxing but prefers to do his fighting in a cage more than a ring, said he’s excited to be working behind the scenes to help grow the popularity of the sport in the area.

“Hastings has the best of both worlds in the fight game right now,” he said. “We’ve got mixed martial arts and boxing. Not many towns around have both.”

Club fighters are required to sign a waiver before stepping into the ring to spar. Those who commit to the program become registered members of USA Boxing, which provides them with insurance that covers both fights and training.

While Obermiller concedes that boxing isn’t for everyone, he believes there is much to take away from it for those who choose to participate. Youngsters devoid of heart should probably invest their time elsewhere, however.

“We don’t like teaching troublemakers how to fight,” Obermiller said. “That’s actually one of the rules: you fight inside the gym, not outside the gym.

“What kind of kids are we looking for? Usually athletic, or anybody willing to develop a good work ethic. You’ve got to be tough as nails: you’re going to get punched in the face, whether you want to or not. Most of our kids are from lower income families. Upper income families don’t like to get punched in the face for fun.”

Though injury can occasionally become part of the experience, Obermiller contends that boxing is actually less dangerous than many other contact sports, including football.

“Everything is dangerous,” he said. “You’re getting hit harder on a regular basis in football than boxing. There’s no denying there’s danger involved, but we’re not just a bunch of thugs jumping in the ring punching each other in the face. There’s style involved.”

Winning isn’t the ultimate goal of the club, though it is certainly the objective in each bout. Giving 110 percent each and every second of each and every round is what both coaches demand from their fighters.

“The biggest thing is that they try hard for their event,” Obermiller said. “We never want them upset when they come out of a fight. We want them to leave it all in the ring. Then they can be happy with themselves.”

Hastings Boxing Club will compete in the Silver Gloves Tournament in Fremont on Nov. 7. Winners will advance to regional competition, with an opportunity to reach the nationals if victorious.

In their most recent competition, the club took three fighters to Topeka, Kan., to compete in the October Smoker event. Both Tristen Obermiller (95 pounds), Chad’s son, and Tevin Anderson (185) dominated their fights, while newcomer Shadon Doell (125) lasted three rounds but lost by decision.
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NORTH CAROLINA (WFMY) Just this week, we’ve heard of at least six reported clown sightings between Greensboro, High Point, Winston Salem and Rural Hall in North Carolina. Whether the reports are real have certainly concerned parents and puzzled law enforcement.

It’s proving to be a serious situation for professional clowns. So much so, one clown couple has considered giving up the profession altogether. They say they don’t have many other options.

“We want to make kids laugh and adults laugh and ease worries away for the day or the hour that we’re there or the two hours that we’re there,” said Lisa.

She been a professional clown for 14 years. Joseph, a clown school graduate, is in his 25th year as a clown.

“That shows you how much that I have put into it and have enjoyed the career that I’ve had being Jojo the clown,
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” said Joseph. couple, it’s upsetting to hear about people impersonating clowns and scaring children.

“I’m angry because what we’ve worked so hard for, they’re ruining, it’s sadness because I don’t understand why they would have to do it,” admitted Lisa.

Now they say they’re scared to go out in public in costume.

“What would we run into? asked Joseph. we be pulled over by the Sheriff or police? Would we be chased down by somebody?”

Birthday parties, nursing homes, restaurants, the couple used to have as many as 10 gigs per week. Since the clown sightings,
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that number has dropped to zero.