News Boys Brief Report: Wildfires at Los Alamos Nuclear Lab

posted by Newspaper Boys @ 23:08 PM
September 19, 2011

 Hurry!  Hurry!  Hurry!  Another Big News Day Here!

 Jael has asked the us, The Newspaper Boys and Girls Association, Int’l (NBGA) to delivery several issues of urgent news today.

 First, Maleekie Ambularie  reports from the United Nations that several international fund raisers are begging for more donations for starving drought-stricken people––mostly children––in Somalia and all the Horn of Africa.  This really is URGENT.  Hundreds of children are dying every day and the world’s wealthy nations just are not stepping up to care for them.  Please remember the children:  Donations can go to: my.CARE.org; unicefusa.org; givewell.org/donate-to-somalia; & samaritan’spurse.org.

 Also, Jael has asked Ally I. Feermeno to add to the Los Alamos Nuclear Power Laboratory to her investigation of threatened nuclear power plants in the United States.  Although officials claim there was no damage, few Americans are aware that wildfires in New Mexico reached the Los Alamos plant.
 
 We have a contact with newspaper vendors in South Korea who report that crews at Los Alamos say “the main blaze sparked a smaller fire on the lab site itself, but that it was quickly extinguished.”  Ally Feermeno is contacting other news and science sources in this country to confirm that information.

 As you know, we are just kids and teens who earn spending change by selling Earth End’s internet news.  It is sometimes hard for us to outshoot those major news papers and T.V. stations.  So we hope you will check out the Earth End blog every day for the latest news.  Our reporters write stories, over-looked by other news sources, because we believe they are important for the public to know.

 For instance,  Sarah Newsworthy is doing a follow-up report on the results of flooding on the East Coast.  Americans there are suffering hard as they try to recover from mighty floods in Pennsylvania, Vermont, Connecticut, the Catskills, and other states.  Jael says that a real problem with major media newscasters is that they seldom do follow-up stories on disasters in the United States, not like they do follow-up stories if the same type of events happen overseas.

 All of us kids take weekly Bible classes from Rev. Repriestly, and a lot of the teens take the internet courses from online Bible lessons at Earth End’s online store.  And every week we have to memorize a new Bible verse.  This week our verse is 1 Timothy 2: 3 – 4: “For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour; Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.”  That’s is what we all work for at End End––that all our readers will know The Lord Jesus as Savior and also know the truth about earth and eternity!

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