Author: Seth Winterer

17 Facts About Children Who Live Without Their Fathers

Children who live without their fathers, are, on average, more likely to have problems in school performance (Hetherington & Stanley-Hagan, 1997; Horn & Sylvester, 2002; Kelly, 2000). They are more likely to have lower scores on achievement tests (McLanahan & Sandefeur, 1994; Painter & Levine, 2000; Pong & Ju, 2000; Snarey, 1993; US Department of Health and Human Services, 1995), Lower scores on intellectual ability and intelligence tests (Duncan, Brooks-Gunn, & Klebanov, 1994; Luster & McAdoo, 1994) Have lower grade point averages, (McLanahan & Sandefeur, 1994), be academic underachievers working below grade level (Blanchard & Biller, 1971) Have lower...

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Shreveport Business Revolutionizing Vehicle Maintenance Services: Meet CurbTek

People are always looking for ways to save time, because as everyone knows, you can’t create more time. For anyone who has a car, which is almost everyone over the age of 18, going to get your oil change sucks. Most lube centers pitch the “5,10,15 minute oil change” but that’s not true at all. First, it’s rare that it only takes the amount of time they say it will, and second, they don’t factor in the drive time to and from the location. A typical quick lube “experience” can easily take an hour out of your day. Shreveport...

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Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods Heroes Run presents My Hero Art Contest

Shreveport, LA, August 4, 2017 – In anticipation of the Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods Heroes Run Oct. 28 in downtown Shreveport, K-12 students in the Shreveport-Bossier area are invited to participate in the My Hero Art Contest. Submissions should include an original artwork and description of the student’s personal hero, and will be displayed at the post-race party Oct. 28 in the Hilton Shreveport Convention Center. First, second and third-place winners will be selected from four age groups and receive a Brookshire’s/Super 1 Foods gift card. In addition, the first-place winners’ schools will receive $200 for their art...

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GLO Airlines Seeks Bankruptcy Protection

GLO Airlines Seeks Bankruptcy Protection On Sunday, FlyGLO LLC filed a voluntary petition for bankruptcy in federal court in New Orleans, listing assets and liabilities of between $10 million and $50 million, with up to 49 creditors. According to court papers, GLO’s largest unsecured creditor is GE Engine Services, of Ohio, which is owed nearly $980,000. (source The Advocate) In a statement Monday, Jordan Mitchell, a GLO spokesman, blamed the reorganization on the airline’s dispute with Corporate Flight Management. He said GLO was working toward “a solution that will get us back flying a full schedule.” (source AL.com) “After raising serious concerns over its performance and business practices, rather than find solutions, the air carrier unilaterally terminated its contract to operate GLO’s program,” the company said. “This entirely unjustified action has put GLO’s operations and the financial health of many of GLO’s partners at risk.” “We plan to offer our full schedule between now and the 27th,” he told AL.com. “We are hopeful to have more information for you tomorrow while we continue to move towards a solution that will get us back flying a full schedule just as soon as practicable.” Trey Fayard, GLO Founder & CEO, said they are taking this step now “because we value our customers too much to provide inferior service.” “It was a difficult decision, but a necessary one to protect everyone involved,”...

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