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When Aimee and Chris Wyatt were searching for a name for their bakery business, they turned to a family joke. Chris discovered a restaurant called Amaru on a trip to Peru. He was so impressed with it he talked about it all the time, Aimee says,
A Fairbanks family cut its berry camping trip short after it was stalked by a large grizzly bear. The Fairbanks Daily-News Miner says Chris and Alina Wyatt and their two children had just set up camp near the top of the Table Top Mountain Trail north
Alaska A Fairbanks family on a blueberry picking and camping trip was stalked by a large grizzly bear, which came within several feet of one of the campers before it was shot at and ran off. Chris and Alina Wyatt and their two children had just set
Chmielewski, Los Angeles Times Teri Osborn vividly remembers the first time she appeared on television. "I was freaking out," Osborn said. "I was calling my husband into the living room." Osborn's 15 seconds of fame were achieved without an
Ontario Provincial Police will continue to maintain records of all firearms sales and who bought them, but say this not an attempt to create a provincial long gun registry. "This isn't a registry," said Staff Sgt. Steve Ridout, a spokesman for the
FamilyNet swears it's the "foremost source for family-friendly entertainment," which is why it counts among its offerings Happy Days , My Three Sons and Family Ties . The sitcom-rerunning network was acquired in '09 by ComStar Media, which we noted
Under the implied threat of legal action, Fort Collins' newest bakery has changed its name to avoid any identity confusion. Butter a Bakery, slated to open next month, is changing its name to The Little Bird Bakeshop after meeting with the owners of
The Dallas Morning News Chris Wyatt, founder of a Christian version of YouTube, first met the Rev...Schuller as a guest on Schuller's former television show, Hour of Power, in 2007. "When I shook his hand, I had a revelation that I knew he would be
For the AJC With its purchase of Atlanta-based FamilyNet Television and FamilyNet Radio, ComStar Media, the parent company of AmericanLife Television Network, took a giant step toward its goal of creating a media empire based on family programming.
This is a story of redemption," said Schuller, ALN's chairman. The show is a scripted one with actors and Schuller as the narrator, telling the story of a man who has lost his way spiritually and then realizes what the important things in life are. "