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Millions of People Threatened by Hurricanes

On September 28, Hurricane Ian struck Florida, causing catastrophic damage [unrepairable physical damage] to many Florida communities. It speed of the winds was 150 miles per hour. This makes Ian one of the strongest hurricanes … Read more

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Give Kids the World Village

Henri Landwirth survived the Holocaust and later moved to Florida. He became a successful businessman and hotel owner. One day, he was asked to help find lodging for a girl named Amy. She wanted to … Read more

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Kentucky Devastated by Flooding

At the end of July, heavy rains caused deadly flooding in Kentucky. The flooding put many people in danger. It also damaged roads and bridges, making it difficult to rescue those people. At least 39 … Read more

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Welcoming Everyone In the Classroom

Schools are welcoming children back to the classroom this year. As we get back to learning, let’s remember it’s important to be welcoming to everyone. We have differences. We come from different backgrounds. We have … Read more

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The Life and Work of Frida Kahlo

Look at the picture above. It shows a painting with two self-portraits. The artist, Frida Kahlo, is standing in front of the painting. In the self-portrait on the left, she is wearing a European-style wedding … Read more

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What Is Inflation?

Have you heard people talking about high prices? You may have noticed they mentioned the word inflation. Currently, the United States is experiencing its worst inflation in 40 years. What is inflation and what is … Read more

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The Benefits of Summer Reading

Summer is a nice time to relax and enjoy yourself after a long school year. But maybe you remember your teacher reminding you to do some summer reading before school let out. Maybe you’ve seen … Read more

During the summer, temperatures can get to be above 100 degrees in many parts of the country.
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Dangerous Summer Heat Waves

This summer, across Europe, many places reached 100 °F for the first time ever. Over ten cities in the United States recorded their highest temperature ever. Summer heat waves have become a serious issue throughout … Read more

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Happy Summer

Thank you for visiting IMPACT News today. The news never stops, but sometimes it’s good to take a break. We will be back soon with more stories for you to explore. Feel free to investigate … Read more