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Pam Dietrich | Comments

Weet-Bix Maker Enjoys Continuing Tax Exemption. The Adventist-owned New Zealand company Sanitarium, maker of Weet-Bix and Marmite, remains exempt from taxes on its business earnings despite a recent government reevaluation of charities.  *Sanitarium maintains its operations meet the charitable expectations required by the Charities Act and pays all other required taxes. From The New Zealand Herald, "Sanitarium safe from charity crackdown."

Jared Wright | Comments

Akim Zhigankov, a young massage therapist, kite surfer, and missionary to the Philippines died on Tuesday, February 17, of poisoning, according to his parents. He was 23 years old.

As news of his death spread, messages of grief, disbelief and support for Akim's family members flooded social media.

Spectrum Editors | Comments

The Chattanoogan announced today the passing of Frank A. Knittel, an Adventist university administrator, business owner, pastor, and professor, who also served in the United States Army. Knittel, 87, was a resident of Ooltewah, Tennessee near Southern Adventist University, and was a member of the Collegedale Community Church of Seventh-day Adventists. He is survived by his wife, Helen Dean Knittel, his son, Jeff Knittel, his daughter, Sherry Knittel Drew, five grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.

Rachel Logan | Comments

"Old Fashioned," a film about a traditional kind of love that has positioned itself as the Anti-"Fifty Shades of Grey" Valentine's Day flick, is hoping to stage a coup as it opens this weekend in theaters across the United States. The film used a traditional-values, faith-based guerilla marketing campaign to seduce viewers looking for a romantic alternative to Hollywood's latest lust story.

Rachel Logan | Comments

Madison (Maddy) Jewel Baird, a student at Walla Walla University, passed away today after being fatally struck by a motor vehicle yesterday afternoon. She was 20 years old.

Around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Baird was hit by a truck driving westbound on Whitman Avenue near the Walla Walla University campus. The truck driver told the Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office that the setting sun caused a glare, affecting his visibility. He claims to have reduced his speed and did not even realize he had hit Baird until after felt his vehicle collide with her.

Rachel Logan | Comments

The Adventist community has come together in prayer as Walla Walla University student Madison Baird is fighting for her life at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, following a serious bicycle-vehicle collision.

Jared Wright | Comments

In a message today from Ohio Conference president Ron Halverson, Jr., news came that efforts to save Mt. Vernon Academy from closure fell short. In a special constituency session on January 11, Ohio Conference constituents voted to give the beleaguered boarding academy an ultimatum: raise $3 million by March 10, or begin taking steps to cease operations. Today served as a preliminary deadline, after which conference leadership would assess the school's progress.







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