Lunchtime Links: April 7, 2010

By Peter Elliott | Everyday Christian Editor

Posted 12:00 pm on April 07, 2010

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Rescuers at the site of the West Virginia coal mine explosion tapped on a pipe lowered into a bored hole in an attempt to contact trapped miners. There was no response.

Local churches, pastors and charities are responding to help the communities in an around the site of the Upper Big Branch South Mine accident.

General Motors on Wednesday posted a $4.3 billion loss for the second half of 2009, in the first official accounting of the auto maker's balance sheet since the company emerged from bankruptcy protection.

Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin was the latest contestant voted off “Dancing With the Stars.”

There’s a lot we can learn from the Butler Bulldogs and their young coach, Brad Stevens. And it’s not all limited to the basketball court. It extends to brand marketing.

Connecticut completed its second consecutive undefeated season Tuesday by defeating Stanford in the NCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship.

Women’s tennis legend Martina Navratilova has been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Tags: Dancing With the Stars, GM, Martina Navratilova, Final Four, Lunchtime Links, West Virginia mine explosion

about the author:
Peter Elliott

Peter Elliott is a veteran news and sports journalist. He enjoys interviewing others about how God works in their lives and sharing that with readers. He is also a lifelong, long-suffering Chicago Cubs fan. He resides in Indianapolis with his wife and three sons.

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