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SPRING 2021 FUNDRAISER

Our Spring 2021 'Almost back to normal' fundraisier has begun. This is where you come in! To contribute online, click here. If you would like to call with your gift or pledge (during business hours) the number is 888-454-7800. If you would like to mail us a check, the address is: KCCU, 2800 W Gore Blvd, Lawton, OK 73505. Our overall goal is to raise $50,000, solely to pay for programming and program delivery. Most of our programs went up in cost anywhere from one to three percent for FY21....

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Earlier this month, Namibia's president Hage Geingob was invited to join the WHO's weekly press briefing to talk about World Health Day. The idea was for him to help explain to the hundreds of reporters from around the world what was happening with COVID immunization efforts in his southern African nation.

In what has become all too common during the pandemic, the video connection was unstable. The Namibian president kept freezing on the screen. The audio would become muffled and incomprehensible, or the sound would drop out entirely.

Signing up for health insurance can be a confusing headache. At the same time, the need for a financial safety net if someone in your family gets sick is incredibly important. With the ongoing pandemic and economic crunch, the stakes are even higher.

Now, during a special enrollment period, the Biden administration is trying to make getting health insurance irresistible — and simpler, too.

Tristen Hunter was 16 and preparing to leave foster care in Juneau, Alaska, when a social worker mentioned that the state agency responsible for protecting him had been taking his money for years.

There's something in the way Jonny Sun tells stories that makes you feel like he can see right through you. No matter the medium, he speaks directly to readers, inviting us to intimate conversations on loneliness, belonging and burnout.

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President Biden will begin a global summit on climate change Thursday morning by announcing that the United States will aim to cut its greenhouse gas emissions in half, based on 2005 levels, by the end of the decade.

That aggressive 2030 goal, which the White House is framing as a "50-52 percent reduction," will be formalized in a document called a "nationally determined contribution," or NDC.

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