Latest News for: Kinship


Live and in person again, it’s the Kinship Amazing Race

Wahpeton Daily News 07 May 2021
Christensen, director of Richland-Wilkin Kinship, is talking about the 15th Annual Amazing Race ... Kinship was pleased with how the event turned out, Christensen said, but is even more proud to bring back the traditional and familiar adrenaline-pumping, family friendly fun.

Helping grandfamilies: Hassan, Collins say a bill is needed for 'kinship caregivers'

Portsmouth Herald 21 Apr 2021
Maggie Hassan, D-NH, and Susan Collins, R-Maine, announced they have reintroduced the Help Grandfamilies Prevent Child Abuse Act to support kinship caregivers ... The bipartisan bill would encourage state and local child welfare agencies to work with the National Technical Assistance Center on Grandfamilies and Kinship Families, according to Hassan.

A football kinship and 25 stitches: Why Washington's QB circles every game vs. Canton

Journal Star 16 Apr 2021
Washington senior quarterback Nick Williams is just happy to be playing football. And for reasons that do not even involve a global pandemic. This story starts three weeks before Williams’ freshman year. Already slated as the starting quarterback for the freshman team, Williams decided to go fishing with a friend in Canton ... Week 5 preview ... Email.

Ancient DNA hints at diverse Stone Age traditions of kinship

Phys Dot Org 15 Apr 2021
Genomes from University of Liverpool excavations of burials around some of the earliest houses in history contributed to a major study by an international team of geneticists, anthropologists and archaeologists, revealing more about the remarkable diversity of kinship types in ancient human societies.

Deborah Willis and Hank Willis Thomas on Creative Kinship

New York Times 12 Apr 2021
For this multigenerational crew of artists, curators and a musician, kinship and collaboration go hand in hand ... .

An unlikely friendship: Political party chairs find kinship in dark times

Messenger-Inquirer 28 Mar 2021
The best of friendships can often be formed under the rarest of circumstances. Not all that often, however, is kinship found by reaching across the political aisle, especially not in these highly-charged, divided days. But that’s exactly what happened over the last year between the county’s two political party chairs ... “Because it wasn’t about me ... .

Arts Mid-Hudson virtual exhibit celebrates 'Kinship,' 'artistic connection'

Poughkeepsie Journal 25 Mar 2021
The exhibit, curated by Rhinebeck artist Ransome, showcases his work along with 22 artists ... .

LETTER: Kinship between Botswana and SA is ancient

Business Day 23 Mar 2021
The kinship that exists between Botswana and SA is an ancient as well as eternal one. Both countries are inevitably affected by one another’s political and social stability. Furthermore, our respective economies are mutually beneficial ... Tumelo Ralinala. Gauteng ... .

Revived kinship between Egypt and Turkey will be positive for the region

Middle East Monitor 15 Mar 2021
Every Muslim in the world wishes to see the differences between Muslim countries get resolved, their relations restored, and the wounds in the Muslim body politic healed in order to return to being a strong structure able to face the challenges it faces ... Details are not essential, as the devil is in the detail ... Turkish-Egyptian reconciliation ... ....

Kinship Landing hotel opens in downtown Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs Gazette 09 Mar 2021
The first of three downtown Colorado Springs hotels built during the COVID-19 pandemic formally opens Wednesday with high hopes that restrictions that have hobbled the tourism industry will soon be history ....

Faith amid the ruins: Pope calls Iraqis to affirm kinship under one God

Catholic Standard 09 Mar 2021
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis summarized his "pilgrimage of faith and penitence" to Iraq in a prayer. ... (CNS photo/Paul Haring) ... The strength to move forward, to rebuild and to restore relationships of kinship and respect across religious and ethnic boundaries was a constant refrain during Pope Francis' trip ... (CNS photo/Paul Haring).