Hispanic couple falls for Cleveland Moises and Keyla Gonzalez are New Yorkers who wanted to make a difference in the education and edification of the Hispanic community interested in learning more about the Holy Bible.
The bilingual ...
The joy of collecting ‘All God’s Children’
The past is lost by some and hunted by many. Charlotte Scott found her past in the animated faces of Miss Martha’s “All God’s Children” figurine collection.
“Black figurines used to look like piec...
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By DELANEY WALKER Banner Staff WriterCleveland Daily Banner
Vietnam vets celebrate 10th reunion
It was a memorable weekend weeks before Memorial Day when Tommy Townsend, a Vietnam veteran, met 10 fellow soldiers for their 10th anniversary reunion near his hometown area of Cleveland in April....
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By WILLIAM WRIGHT Lifestyles Editor Cleveland Daily Banner
Surviving the loss of a mate
Few events in life will be as painful as the death of a spouse. The sudden death of her husband left Liz Pitman stunned and wondering what the future would hold for a life without her beloved husba...
The latest buzz on bees The strange disappearance of honeybees in America has been linked to everything from pesticides and parasites to a virus, deforestation and colony collapse disorder.
While scientists around the wor...
Miracle twins: Making the most of life Misty Erickson expected the birth of her twins to be a joyous occasion after three years of infertility. She never imagined the nightmare that would unfold.
“My children, Daniel and Hannah, were b...
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DELANEY WALKER, Banner Staff WriterCleveland Daily Banner
Make time for ‘My Time is in Your hands’ Joyce Lane Rayburn has served a half century as a minister’s wife — 38 as wife of a pastor, the late Dennie Lane, who died in January 1999. They had been married 45 years.
But that comes in the mid...
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BETTIE MARLOWE, Banner Staff WriterCleveland Daily Banner
Chinese acrobats come to Cleveland International sensations, the Chinese Acrobats of Hebei combine the power of athleticism with the pageantry of Chinese tradition in a must-see appearance at Conn Center on the Campus of Lee Univers...
Making drums that are hard to beat
At one time drums were used to sound warnings and send messages. Then they were added to marching bands and rock ‘n’ roll. Drums were also used in ancient civilizations’ religious rituals.