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WATERLOO -- The City of Waterloo 2018 dog and cat licenses and Pat Bowlsby Off-Leash Dog Park passes are now available at the City Clerk’s office, 715 Mulberry St., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Pet owners may also purchase dog or cat licenses from Waterloo Animal Control officers, at the Cedar Bend Humane Society or by mail.

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Bowser commits $4.7 million to long-neglected islands in Anacostia River
Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) announced on Friday a $4.7 million investment in two islands in the Anacostia River, which had been neglected for decades amid stalled plans from developers, environmentalists and previous administrations. Bowser, who has declared 2018 “The Year of the Anacostia ,” also....

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Vermilion teacher: School board head should resign
People hold signs at a rally for school teacher Deyshia Hargrave, who was arrested while speaking against the superintendent's pay raise at an education board meeting earlier this week, in Abbeville, La., Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)( By The Associated Press ABBEVILLE, La.

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Norbert W. Schroeder
Published in the Owatonna People's Press. Norbert W. Schroeder 1924–2018 Owatonna— Norbert Wilfred Schroeder, 93, of Owatonna, died January 8, 2018 at Homestead Hospice House, Owatonna, MN. Norbert was born on December 26, 1924 at home in Meriden Township. He was the son of Ewald and Caroline "Lena" (Abbe) Schroeder.

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Domestic staff was gifted with the new house she was told to clean
- Cara is a domestic worker and her employer asked her to clean a new house. - She was told to clean it carefully because there was an "important party" later on. - However, it turned out that the house was being gifted to her. A US domestic worker was pleasantly pranked recently when she discovered....

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Does Free Speech Mean Free to Preach Hate? An American Fundamentalist Pastor Tests Jamaica’s Limits
Anderson has already been banned from entering the United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa and Malawi on grounds of hate speech and incitement to violence. Human Rights First, a US advocacy group, is urging the US Department of State to condemn Anderson's homophobic stance in light of his approaching visit to Jamaica.

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Donations will help family stay warm after leaving apartment that cut off heat
By Zahra Ahmad FLINT, MI -- A week ago, Felicia Smith and her 13-year-old son, Jakhi, were without a home, living in a room at the Red Roof Inn while she tried to find a new home for them. On Jan. 11, Smith received news that not only would she have a new apartment to move into, but that her family....

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Continue reading First Baptist Dallas pastor Jeffress says sentiment of Trump's vulgar immigration remarks 'on target'
Jeffress, the head of First Baptist Dallas and an adviser to the president, said Friday that Trump was "right on target" when he questioned why the U.S. should permit more immigrants from countries like Haiti and some in Africa during a bipartisan meeting on immigration reform Thursday.

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Members of evangelical advisory council stand by Trump
A few members of President Trump’s evangelical advisory council — including its spokesman — on Friday defended the president for comments he was said to have made about immigrants from places including Africa and Central America. In a statement to The Washington Post, spokesman Johnnie Moore....

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Presbyterian Church of Le Sueur to close
Over the course of its life, Hein said that the church had been popular, contributing to mission trips and community organizations like the Le Sueur Food Shelf. She said the church has nurtured a number of people who have gone on to practice ministry in other churches and helped to bring people closer to their religion.

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An inside look at The Pregame in Cahokia
Melinda Harris has fought to save her home after two contractors didn't finish renovations and the city of Belleville condemned the house at 600 Wabash Avenue. But now she has agreed to have the house demolished. Take a look of the sites for the future Bethel Road Bridge and Ogles Creek Bridge for....

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School needed 50 male mentors, 600 showed up
DALLAS Pastor Donald Parish Jr. didn’t have high expectations when he put out a plea on Facebook for male mentor volunteers. It was an attempt to help Billy Earl Dade Middle School in South Dallas fill seats at their first “Breakfast with Dads” event. But school administrators had concerns no one would show up.

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Global Financial Freedom Movement dfree® Continues To Raise The Bar For Economic Empowerment In The African American Community
SOMERSET, N.J., Jan. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- dfree® www.mydfree.org ) the global Financial Freedom Movement that is empowering organizations and individuals to lead richer lives by improving how they think about and manage money, is expected to meet its goal of helping African Americans pay down $1 billion in debt by the year 2020.

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Global Financial Freedom Movement dfree® Continues To Raise The Bar For Economic Empowerment In The African American Community
The Billion Dollar Challenge (BDC) is a strategy with a direct effect on the growing and widely discussed wealth gap in America. While recent studies suggest that African American households will have a median income of $0 by 2053, dfree® founder Reverend DeForest B. Soaries, Jr., knows otherwise. "This forecast can be changed.

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The Blender with Post-Dispatch music critic Kevin Johnson
James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, May 21, Scottrade Center; Steely Dan, the Doobie Brothers` 'The Summer of Living Dangerously' tour, June 19, HCA; Rod Stewart, Cyndi Lauper, Aug. 19, HCA; Sugarland`s 'Still the Same 2018 Tour' with Brandy Clark, Clare Bowen, June 30, Chaifetz Arena; 'The Festival of....

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Global Financial Freedom Movement dfree® Continues To Raise The Bar For Economic Empowerment In The African American Community
The Billion Dollar Challenge (BDC) is a strategy with a direct effect on the growing and widely discussed wealth gap in America. While recent studies suggest that African American households will have a median income of $0 by 2053, dfree® founder Reverend DeForest B. Soaries, Jr., knows otherwise. "This forecast can be changed.

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Realizing the Dream events run Friday through Monday in Tuscaloosa
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) - Realizing the Dream events, which celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., begin Friday in Tuscaloosa. Those events include sold-out appearances by actor, producer and humanitarian Danny Glover and gospel duo Mary Mary.

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Realizing the Dream events run Friday through Monday in Tuscaloosa
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) - Realizing the Dream events, which celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., begin Friday in Tuscaloosa. Those events include sold-out appearances by actor, producer and humanitarian Danny Glover and gospel duo Mary Mary.

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Success is a journey, start as early as in your 20s
Some time early last month, the pastor at my local church, PCEA Ruai Central Parish, Rev Sarah Muriithi, invited me to speak to youth. The fragility of youth was not lost on me as I interacted with them. It struck me how youth, like a tenuous cloud, is illusive and short-lived.

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Belleville woman agrees to tear down her home
Take a look of the sites for the future Bethel Road Bridge and Ogles Creek Bridge for pedestrians and cyclists to use along the upcoming Troy-O’Fallon Bike Connector trail. The Belleville Philharmonic Orchestra will be performing a sensory-friendly concert for children with autism spectrum disorder at 3 p.

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Q&A: In St. Louis, the Rev. Darryl Gray is 'praying with my feet'
The Rev. Darryl Gray, a prominent figure in the St. Louis protests with more than 40 years’ experience as a civil rights activist, talked with the Monitor’s Christa Case Bryant in November for our cover story, “ Bridging black and white : How St. Louis residents are trying to surmount racial inequities post-Ferguson.

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Baptist preacher's crusade against 'sinful' school vouchers steps on Texas GOP leaders' toes
As he said in a sharp exchange with a leading House voucher proponent at a legislative hearing just over a year ago, “You have the right to home school your children. You have the right to ‘private school’ your children. You don’t have the right to ask the people of Texas to pay for it.

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Billie Jean King backs calls to rename Margaret Court Arena
Michael Dodge/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — During a news conference on Friday, tennis legend Billie Jean King said she believes Margaret Court Arena at the Australian Open should be renamed due to Court’s comments about the LGBT community. Court, who is from Australia, is now a Christian pastor and has been an outspoken critic of same-sex marriage.

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How Delta police killed our 25-year-old son – Family alleges
A Delta based Cleric, Pastor Rex Bobo on Friday cried out that men of the Nigeria Police Force in Ekpan Divisional Headquarters allegedly shot their twenty five year old son, Efe Rex-Bobo dead in cold blood. They claimed he was murdered during the recent crisis in Ekpan, Uvwie Local Government Area,....

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Martin Luther King Day events on LI: Honoring a legacy
SUNDAY. BRENTWOOD. MLK: LEGACY MATTERS. Join a discussion of the Henry Louis Gates documentary “Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise,” about the history of black people in America in the time since the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights era, 2-3:30 p.m., Brentwood Library, INTERFAITH CELEBRATION AND CHOIR CONCERT.

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Vermilion teacher: Lawsuit over her forcible removal seems likely
Deyshia Hargrave speaks to supporters at rally to protest her silencing and forceful arrest at Vermilion Parish School Board meeting Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018 in Abbeville, La. (Scott Clause/The Daily Advertiser via AP)( By The Associated Press ABBEVILLE, La.

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