About a year ago, a pair of brothers in Haiti told a St. Paul couple that gave them an opportunity for adoption that they wanted their younger sibling to have a home first.
Given an opportunity for adoption, a pair of brothers wanted their younger sibling to have a home first. Touched by their selflessness, a St. Paul family is now on a journey that will change those boys’ lives and their own.
A Journalist covering the destruction in Haiti begins to suffer from PTSD. She takes some intense, even frightening measures to cure herself. Read the story.
About 100 doctors, nurses and pharmacists have volunteered in Haiti since the January 2010 quake.
In the wake of Haiti’s quake, more than two dozen Minnesota families have welcomed new children into their homes. The adoptions of 39 kids headed here were among hundreds put on the fast track. Two of them belong to Dawn and Lee Shelton.
With six kids, Mary and Bill Kratz had a big family. It got even bigger early Wednesday when two new members of the family arrived from Haiti.
When the earthquake struck Haiti one year ago, many people wanted to help. A lot of people donated money, while others were compelled to volunteer.
One year after an earthquake devastated Haiti, killing more than 300,000 people by some estimates, some are getting a fresh start in Minnesota.
Churches, schools and city halls around Minnesota will join with many more nationwide in tolling their bells to commemorate the anniversary of Haiti’s devastating 2010 earthquake and the 300,000 people killed, but it will be particularly poignant for one Duluth church.
Wednesday will mark one year since the earth shook in Haiti. More than a quarter of a million people lost their lives that day. One of the victims was a young Minnesota man studying to be a pastor.
One year ago, a devastating earthquake rocked Haiti, affecting three million people. The Haitian government reported that an estimated 230,000 people had died, and another 300,000 were injured.
A Minnesota nurse who volunteered alongside an American aid worker currently imprisoned in Haiti is now concerned for the safety of all volunteers who work in the earthquake ravaged country.
A Minnesota-based aid group says it had to evacuate one of its camps in Haiti because of Tropical Storm Tomas.
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