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That’s the situation Tammie Powers recently found herself in. Her teenage daughter Jordan is romantically and sexually involved with a former teacher, James Hooker. Now Tammie is doing everything she can to tell her story to the world. She has one overwhelming goal: to get 41-year-old Hooker arrested.
Maybe you’ve been looking for someone and had no luck. Finding people can be difficult. Sometimes people move frequently, change their phone number and forget to leave a trail of breadcrumbs to help you find them again.
And not *everyone* is on Facebook.
Ever wish you knew how to find people? PeopleFinders can help. Use these tips and our people search service to become a people finding pro.
At some point, we all wonder about the people who came before us. What were they like? How did they influence our lives? What can we learn from them?
October is Family History Month – the perfect time to find answers to all of your questions.
Lynn O. is a new friend of ours. She enjoys the pace of her life in Hawaii, and never gave a second thought to online services like people searches and reverse lookups. That is until she suddenly needed to locate her sister-in-law.
At first she wasn’t sure where to start. Lynn knew about public records websites, but was hesitant to try one. She decided to give it a shot, and visited PeopleFinders.com.
It’s not easy to offend most people with a t-shirt these days. We’ve seen it all. Some companies even specialize in creating “offensive” shirts. You won’t find them in your local retail store, but anyone can buy them online and wear them in public.
So why did a shirt sold by J.C. Penney cause so much controversy? It didn’t contain any “4-letter words” or “adult” themes. But it did carry a message that shocked just about everyone who saw it.
When we first heard about the rescue of Jaycee Dugard, her story seemed almost unbelievable. A young girl was kidnapped, repeatedly raped, held captive for 18 years and finally freed. It was like something out of a movie. But Jaycee’s ordeal was very real.
After all she’s gone through, it would be easy for Jaycee Dugard to be bitter and full of rage. Nearly half her life was taken from her, but the 31-year-old remains positive, upbeat and optimistic.
June is National Safety Month. The event is sponsored by the National Safety Council (NSC). Every year they focus on an important safety topic each week in June. This year’s topics include:
May 21 is Armed Forces Day. The theme this year is: “United in Strength.”
It’s a day for parades, picnics and celebrations. Mostly, however, it is a day to honor all the brave men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces.
History of Armed Forces Day
The American military has always been an organization worth celebrating. For many years, the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard had separate days set aside to honor each branch. In 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson officially announced the creation of one day to recognize all 5 branches of service: Armed Forces Day.