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Viscount Mining Corp: Company to Watch In 2017

(NewsUSA) - Back in the late 1800s, hordes of miners descended on Colorado’s Custer County to seek their fortunes. They staked nearly 100 individual claims, and mined large amounts of top-grade silver and gold from the ground. The area even acquired a revealing name: the Hardscrabble Silver District. The mines fell on hard times by the 1920s. But there was plenty of ore left in the ground. When one of the p ...

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Powerful Children’s Book “I Know I Can!” Celebrates Black Girl Brilliance

Boston, MA — Entrepreneur and author Veronica N. Chapman has published an inspirational and empowering children’s book titled I Know I Can! whose captivating text and illustrations encourage global awareness, intellectual curiosity, and a commitment to social justice. Troubled by the insidious messages that young Black girls are assaulted with, Chapman decided to take a stand by creating a counter-narrative ...

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Student Overcomes the Odds to Receive $1.8 Million In Scholarships

MARIETTA, Ga., (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- The Foundation for Ensuring Access and Equity announced that on Sunday, May 28, the Turner Chapel AME Church in Marietta, Georgia hosted its 10th Annual High School Graduation Celebration Worship Service. The blessings were flowing for several students who have been offered full college scholarships. However, for Paulding County High School's Kimberly Hadaway, the ble ...

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Miguel Sano To Compete In Home Run Derby

MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota Twins will find out soon if Miguel Sano will be a starter in the All-Star Game, but he’ll also be smashing home runs at the mid-summer classic. Sano will participate in the Home Run Derby. Sano leads the Twins with 18 home runs in 70 games and is hiiting .274 with 53 RBI and 41 walks. In 116 games last year, he hit 25 home runs and had 66 RBI. He’s been a big reason the Twins are ...

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Westbrook named NBA MVP after historic season with Oklahoma City Thunder

By Frank Pingue Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook put the finishing touch on a magical season by being named the Most Valuable Player of the 2016-17 campaign at the NBA’s inaugural awards show. Westbrook, who became only the second player and first in 55 years to average a triple-double for an entire season, won the award over Houston Rockets guard James Harden and San Antonio Spurs forwar ...

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Free agent Williams suspended indefinitely

By Alex Butler The NFL banned running back Karlos Williams indefinitely for violating the league’s policy and program for substance of abuse for a third time. The suspension was first reported by ESPN and confirmed by NFL Network. Williams, 24, ran for 517 yards and seven scores in 2015 for the Buffalo Bills. He was held out of minicamp in 2016 for being overweight. He was suspended for four games last July ...

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These Two Programs Help Low Income Mothers Triple Their Income With a Career in Technology

Low income mothers need all the help they can get when it comes to emerging themselves to high-wage careers in technology. Fortunately, there are non-profit programs that are reaching out to assist them. Giving back to help women move forwardOne helpful program is Techtonica ( Techtonica is a non-profit coding bootcamp for women, and they cover more than just web development. Their full- ...

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