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Past articles by Tomas:

Small businesses in Texas come together to stay 'Uvalde strong'

In a time like this, with news of so many dead in Uvalde, Texas, many ask what they can do to help. → Read More

How the wood producing industry is adjusting to the times

A lot of companies have been struggling within the industry, from sawmills to contractors, to small woodworkers and even consumers. → Read More

Youth Farm in Montana helps teens through farming

In Missoula, Montana, Garden City Harvest partnered with the Youth Farm to create one of many solutions across the country to prevent teen crime, battle mental health and send kids on a successful path. → Read More

Restaurants tackle gentrification and displacement in low-income areas

New development in low-income neighborhoods across the country is pricing out some who have been there for years. → Read More

Artist grabs attention with 'Critical Race Theory' painting

Art plays a role in history by capturing generational issues. Now, a Black artist has created a piece that is sparking discussion about critical race theory. → Read More

Group educates, encourages hunters to use lead-free ammo

Sporting Lead-Free, a Wyoming hunting group, wants to prove the value of switching ammo and tackle to local sportsmen and women. The group hopes to reduce lead consumed inadvertently by people and wildlife and show the positives of choosing tackle and ammo that doesn’t poison the environment. → Read More

Facebook to stop using facial recognition technology

Facebook announced it's going to stop using facial-recognition software. → Read More

Airlines facing problems ahead of holiday surge

American Airlines has canceled more than 1,800 flights across the country since Friday. This is the second major airline to have had these problems in the last three weeks. Southwest Airlines canceled more than 2,000 flights in mid-October. → Read More

Businesses facing hourly employee shortages

DENVER, Colo. — During the pandemic, people are leaving their jobs in search of more money, flexibility, and happiness. All of that is leading to a dramatic increase in resignations, which is causing a nationwide employee shortage. “Well, the pandemic was truly unprecedented in terms of the economic impact it had,” said Glassdoor labor economist Dan Zhao. “We never had a crisis that evolved so… → Read More

Zero-emission fleet vehicles helping decrease pollution levels

More states are implementing incentives for companies to help decrease pollution levels. Experts say an increase of zero-emission fleet vehicles could bring dramatic declines in climate-warming gases. → Read More

School districts struggle with paraprofessional shortages

School districts across the country are feeling the weight of employee shortages, including paraeducators and paraprofessionals. Now programs and districts are applying new tactics to fill the void. → Read More

Service aid programs prepare for an increase of help after pandemic aid expires

As pandemic aid programs expire, service providers say they expect to see more people in need. Now, more organizations are preparing for the increase. → Read More

Experts say selfies filters are having negative impact on mental health

Experts are saying social media and selfies are having a negative impact on mental health, particularly when it comes to filters. → Read More

Protesters gather in Washington DC as nation awaits Election Day results

Protesters on both sides of the political spectrum have gathered in the nation’s capital as the U.S. prepares for Election Day results. → Read More

Officer and comedian encourages communication in time of civil unrest

A law enforcement officer, who also happens to be a stand-up comedian, wants people know there’s a human behind each badge and says now is a time for everyone to come together. → Read More

Unique gym offers boxing class for those battling Parkinson's disease

Rock Steady uses boxing to help those fighting Parkinson’s. Glenn Beach says this program changed his life. → Read More