Headlee’s Headlines

Monday, April 19, 2010 - 08:45 AM

Every morning, Celeste Headlee scours the country’s newspapers for interesting stories. We're sharing her story lists with you. Here's her list for today:

From The Chicago Sun Times:
An inner look into suicide bombing, and the boy who says he didn't know he was being set up to die.

From The Denver Post:
One large farm/orchard in Colorado has been trying to hire American workers, but they are still using mostly workers from Mexico with temporary work visas.  From the article:

The voluminous regulations attached to bringing in H-2A guest agricultural workers require that employers exhaust all attempts to hire Americans before giving jobs to foreign workers.

From The San Diego Union-Tribune:
The dean of the business school at the University of San Diego says more and more of his graduates are looking for jobs at companies with environmental ethics.

From The Seattle Times:
A tiny town in Washington has been sold for $360,000. It has a gas pump and its own zip codes, and probably the only town that was listed on eBay.

From The Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Pets may be the biggest victims of the recession. A poor economy means lots more people are giving up their pets, but it also means shelters are dealing with budget cuts and are euthanizing pets at faster rates.

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