From the time he was 3 years old, Mike Harmeling remembers being so excited to go hunting he couldn’t sleep. It didn’t matter that he wasn’t old enough. He was by his dad’s side, out in nature. Today, Mike, 33, looks forward to the day his 1-year-old son, Baylor, will . . .
One hundred years ago, Henry Ford claimed, “You can’t learn in school what the world is going to do next year.” But schools today must do exactly that: prepare students for jobs that don’t even exist yet to solve problems we have never encountered, using technology that hasn’t been invented. . . .
The average senior would likely think of retiring on a sailboat as an impossibility. But for Gary and Genie DiDonato, both 74, it was merely an extension of the lifestyle they had already been living and loving. The DiDonatos moved from their hometown of Denver to Burlington, Vermont, with their . . .
Shirley Schultz and Kathleen Messinger have never met yet march to the same drum. They both feel that the best way to beat cancer is with a lot of attitude— positive attitude, that is. These breast cancer survivors are too busy living life to the fullest to waste time or . . .
They may not have been soldiers, but men and women who worked in the nuclear weapons industry are still suffering the long-term effects of the Cold War. And they may not know they’re entitled to government benefits if their illnesses can be traced directly to their employment in the nuclear . . .