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April 01 2015

Dogs have been “man’s best friend” for ages, serving as hunters, transporters, herders, rescuers, drug-sniffing detectors and, of course,

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March 01 2015

For beer lovers, the act of imbibing a delicious, cold brew is heavenly enough — but what if drinking beer supported local nonprofits at

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February 01 2015

It didn’t start out with a plan or a strategy, only with a desire to serve and the ability, training and experience to follow through on

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January 01 2015

Every Kalamazoo Loaves & Fishes newsletter features a story of someone who has been helped by one of its more than 60 distribution si

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December 01 2014

There isn’t a lot of wiggle room in the schedule of a typical hospital staff member — long weeks, odd hours and stressful work situations

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November 01 2014

The noise from Harambe can be heard a block away from the Edison neighborhood’s Tree of Life school, where it is happening.

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October 02 2014

Edison neighborhood resident Barbara Horton started making payments on her house 21 years ago.

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October 02 2014

Aaron Redford knows it’s hard to come out in a small town — he came out as gay during elementary school in Martin.

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August 28 2014

Comfort therapy is just what it sounds like — emotional and moral support for those in need of comfort, whether after a natural disaster

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June 01 2014

On a beautiful autumn day last October, a harvest celebration at a Climax farm featured food, music, a petting zoo and rides on combines

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