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Progress Reported on Project to Bring Cuban Delegation to U.S. Go Congress
"We are making good progress toward bringing a group of Cuban go players to this year's U.S. Go Congress," reports Bob Gilman, who has been organizing the project.
Farmington Daily Times
At least three injured in oil rig fire south of Farmington
At least three people were injured in an oil rig fire south of Farmington on Tuesday, according to Sandoval County Fire Chief James Maxon.
Las Cruces Sun-News
Havana mob hotel Capri reopens after renovation
The hotel Capri is illuminated at dawn in Havana, Cuba, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. Havana's hedonistic mob-and-movie-star days came to an end with Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution, and the hotel drifted into a long, slow decline.
Cuba halts consular services in the US
Cuba halted consular services in the United States on Friday because the American bank it was working with is severing their relationship, the Cuban Interests Section said.
At age 88, Dean Lewis doesn't know how many more trips to Cuba he has left. But over the course of more than 40 trips since his first visit to the island in October 1990 one thing is certain: no Presbyterian has gained keener insight into or made more friends with Cuban Presbyterians.