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19 Kids and Counting's Amy Duggar Admits to Being Born Out of Wedlock - Dodge Globe
Amy Duggar, the niece of 19 Kids and Counting stars Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, has admitted to being born out of wedlock. "The tabloids are telling the truth. My mom and dad did have me out of wedlock. Just because we are Christians doesn't make us ...
Jeff Bezos' brilliant advice for anyone running a business (AMZN) - Dodge Globe
If you want to build a successful, sustainable business, don't ask yourself what could change in the next ten years that could affect your company. Instead, ask yourself what won't change, and then put all your energy and effort into those things.
Real estate agent finishes 65 years of practice - Dodge Globe
Ben Miller, 92, ends 65 years of real estate work this February. He claims he's the oldest real estate agent still practicing in Dodge City. "A job brought me to Dodge City," Miller said. "When I graduated from Kansas University, the first job I found was ...
Motorcycle jumps set for arena - Dodge Globe
The 64-year-old promoter and owner of Checkered Flag Productions is also a daredevil who will perform two motorcycle jumps next weekend at the United Wireless Arena. "I will jump both Friday and Saturday," Beckley said. "Unless I crash on Friday that is.
Check out the new yuppie food mecca right underneath Twitter - Dodge Globe
The Market, a food complex underneath Twitter's San Francisco headquarters, just opened last week. It has virtually anything you could want: a sushi/oyster bar, a taco bar, a pizzeria, and more, all surrounding an organic grocery store. This is amazing ...
Notorious file-sharing site The Pirate Bay is back online seven weeks after server raid - Dodge Globe
Notorious file-sharing website The Pirate Bay is back seven weeks after Swedish police raided a secure web-hosting facility and took it offline. The site's homepage currently sports a phoenix — signifying the site's much-anticipated rise from the ashes.
Whole Foods Wants To Replace Your Doctor - Dodge Globe
Whole Foods wants to go beyond organic groceries to offer customers health care and exercise classes, according to a new interview with John Mackey, the chain's co-CEO. "Health care is so broken in America," Mackey tells Bloomberg. "If we allow markets to ...
Whitney Houston's Daughter Bobbi Kristina Found Unconscious in Bathtub - Dodge Globe
Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's daughter Bobbi Kristina was found unconscious in a bathtub at her home, TMZ reports. According to the Roswell, Ga. police, Brown's husband Nick Gordon discovered her and immediately began CPR on Brown with help from a friend.
Heidi Montag's Father Arrested on Charges of Child Sex Abuse and Incest - Dodge Globe
Bill Montag, whose daughters Heidi and Holly Montag both starred on the MTV reality series The Hills, has been arrested on charges of child sex abuse and incest, Denver's Channel 9 News reports. Montag was arrested Thursday evening in Aspen, Colorado after ...
Val Kilmer Denies Throat Tumor and Surgery in New Statement - Dodge Globe
Val Kilmer is denying reports that he was hospitalized Monday night to undergo surgery for a throat tumor. "Thank you for all your sweet support. But I have not had a tumor, or a tumor operations, or any operation," Kilmer wrote on Facebook Saturday morning.
Report: Bruce Jenner Is Transitioning to a Woman - Dodge Globe
Bruce Jenner's evolving appearance has been the source of speculation for more than a year, and now People reports that the former Olympian "will soon be living life as a female." "Bruce is transitioning to a woman," a source close to the Jenner family ...
Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon Sued by Former Nanny - Dodge Globe
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon's former nanny has sued the estranged couple for unpaid wages. According to a lawsuit obtained by TheWrap, Simonette DaCosta says she worked for Carey and Cannon from October 2013 to January 2014, alternating between 12-hour ...
Manna House director reflects on first year - Dodge Globe
After nearly a year as director of the Manna House, Steve Tabor said keeping the nonprofit shelter going is a day-to-day process."My goals are to bring the house up to date and keep helping the community," Tabor said. "We have some paint work that needs to ...
Start Trees Off Right - Dodge Globe
Growing trees in Western Kansas is hard work. Besides not planting them too deep and keeping them watered, new trees also need help with grass/weed control. Research from K-State’s John C. Pair Horticultural Center has quantified the effect of ...
El Dorado site of 2917 Shrine Bowl - Dodge Globe
A process of elimination leaves El Dorado as host of the 2017 Shrine Bowl. Last weekend Dodge City, Wichita and El Dorado all gave presentations to the Kansas Shrines Board of Governors. The Wichita Sports Commission and the Dodge City Convention and ...