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Alcohol vote foes set prayer rally in Mississippi county
Opponents of legalizing alcohol sales in a Mississippi county are gathering to pray that the county remains dry. The prayer rally is set for Sunday afternoon at the Clarke County courthouse, two days before the county's voters will decide whether to legalize booze. Separate ballot questions are set on allowing beer sales and wine and liquor sales.

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Alcohol vote foes set prayer rally in Mississippi county
Opponents of legalizing alcohol sales in a Mississippi county are gathering to pray that the county remains dry. The prayer rally is set for Sunday afternoon at the Clarke County courthouse, two days before the county's voters will decide whether to legalize booze. Separate ballot questions are set on allowing beer sales and wine and liquor sales.

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Alcohol vote foes set prayer rally in Mississippi county
Opponents of legalizing alcohol sales in a Mississippi county are gathering to pray that the county remains dry. The prayer rally is set for Sunday afternoon at the Clarke County courthouse, two days before the county's voters will decide whether to legalize booze. Separate ballot questions are set on allowing beer sales and wine and liquor sales.

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Local high school creates 'mancave' for young men
THOMASVILLE, N.C. A Thomasville pastor is taking his teachings to the classroom with a new program designed to mentor young men. It’s called the “Mancave.” Reverend Rob Hutchinson describes it as a place where young men at Thomasville High School can go to talk about what it means to be a man in today’s society.

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Torrevieja Clubs And Associations Day
On Thursday November 2 nd , Torrevieja Christian Fellowship Church played host to the first Torrevieja Clubs and Associations Day that has been held in the city for more than a decade. This first event was organised in just twelve days to gauge the response from the local community and was more....

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On Daddy Freeze and the hoopla about tithing -Reno
If all those who have opined about this matter had cared to read about what The Holy Bible says about tithing, I am convinced that it would not have led to as big a controversy as it is today. So many people have spoken for and against tithing and the thing that bothers me most about their....

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Why these 5 pro athletes earn millions but still drive cheap cars
But, despite earning millions, Asomugha chooses to "I was never a big spender," he told Davy Rothbart in an interview with Wealthsimple . "We didn't have much growing up, so I guess I got used it. Even when I was a Pro Bowl player in the NFL, I lived the same way because that's what I knew.

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Should Ghana's Political Parties Not Collabor...
Whenever I have been to a funeral, the thought that all of us will eventually make the final journey that the deceased person we are mourning has just undertaken, crosses my mind. I guess that is also something that most people experience too. That thought is invariably followed immediately by the....

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Rivlin set to begin Spain visit
President Reuven Rivlin is due to fly out of Israel to Spain on Sunday morning and to meet with the Jewish community leaders on Sunday evening. Generally speaking when the president travels abroad, his meetings with the Jewish community or its representatives take place towards the tail end of the visit.

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Groundbreaking for new parish hall to highlight Mater Dei church bazaar this weekend
A groundbreaking ceremony for a new parish hall will highlight the annual fall bazaar this weekend at Mater Dei-Holy Name Catholic Church in midtown Topeka. The bazaar will take place from 4 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 5, at Mater Dei Catholic School, 934 S.

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PX: 10 questions about Election Day 2017 in Cincinnati
The finish line is on the horizon in the Cincinnati mayoral and city council races. (Thank goodness, right?) Let's change formats this week and focus solely on Tuesday's city election. But first, Politics Extra wants to address our many non-city readers.

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Church News: Week of Nov. 4, 2017
St Catherine Labouré Catholic Church, 2026 N. Hwy. 89 Chino Valley, present their annual Christmas Bazaar where a network of local craftsman will display a variety of treasures for sale. Nov. 3 and 4, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days. Saturday: Classic cars in the parking lot. Picture taking with Santa Claus come listen to the Sweet Adelines 11 a.

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Scripture Union in NI has come a long way since its first beach mission in 1893
Mr McCracken went on to become a team member of summer missions before getting involving with committees and eventually moving onto council where he holds the position of chair. While Scripture Union activities have been running in Northern Ireland for more than 100 years it was only in 1970 that....

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Zimbabwe police charge US citizen with trying to overthrow government
A U.S. citizen was charged on Friday with attempting to overthrow the Zimbabwean government, which carries a sentence of up to 20 years in jail, after police earlier accused her of insulting 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe. Martha O'Donovan, who works for Magamba TV, which describes itself as....

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Olalekan Oso celebrated golden jubilee in style
For Olalekan Adesina Oso, top management cum electronic security expert, he has had a life that indemnifies the amazing grace of God. With a strikingly youthful not only in looks but character, he has every cause to celebrate. So when he joined the league of the golden-aged on Monday, October 23, he....

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Letters to the Editor for Nov. 4, 2017
What Blackburn forgot to mention. In U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s hugely self-serving guest column (Viewpoint, Oct. 25, 2017), in which she tells us about she has done and is doing to combat the opioid crisis, she did not mention the $120,000 she received in campaign contributions from the drug....

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Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O'Neill's run for governor raises questions aplenty: Thomas Suddes
Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O'Neill at the Cleveland City Club. ( State Supreme Court Justice William M. O'Neill, a Chagrin Falls Democrat, announced last week he's running for governor - but said he wouldn't resign as a judge for now. O'Neill's platform will call for "legalization of....

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For Bill Leslie, Scottish Highlands fire up creative juices
Sometimes I wake up at night craving the beauty of the Scottish Highlands. So, recently I decided to take my fourth trip there. I traveled with my wife and four close friends, Bob and Deky Hall and David and Jeannene Wiseman. I knew the scenery would fire up my creative juices. As a "landscape composer" I feed off the energy of the land.

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eNCA | Zim police charge US citizen with coup plot
HARARE - A US citizen was charged on Friday with attempting to overthrow the Zimbabwean government, which carries a sentence of up to 20 years in jail, after police earlier accused her of insulting 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe. Martha O‘Donovan, who works for Magamba TV, which describes....

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Wizkid, Davido, renew rivalry at COSON awards
The prolonged musical rivalry between Nigerian pop stars, Wizkid and Davido, will be renewed at the grand finale of the biggest event of the music industry, COSON week, as the music stars will once again lock horns for the Best New Song category award at the COSON song awards scheduled to hold at....

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Fr Willie Murtagh was devoted to his parishioners in Louth
Father William Murtagh who died on September 26 last was the oldest and longest ordained priest in the archdiocese of Armagh, serving 73 years in the wider catchment area of his native Dundalk. He and younger brother Mick served as priests in the Diocese for a combined period of well over a century,....

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Pastor Mugadza Admits “Mugabe’s Death” Won’t Fix Zimbabwe
The preacher who at the beginning of the year claimed that President Robert Mugabe is going to die on the 17th October this year, has admitted that Mugabe’s death or removal will not fix the national problems. While being grilled on ZimEye following his prophecy flop, Mugadza was put to task on his....

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'We met on OkCupid and live in a tent': homeless couples tell their love stories
Brian, 39. When we met I’d been living on the streets for almost five years. I was suffering from depression and feeling lonely and burnt out. I was cold towards other people because I didn’t want to be touched. I’d walked away from my life years ago; my wife died of leukaemia when my daughter was three.

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Religion News – November 4
Services and studies. Lowell General Baptist — A revival will begin at 6 p.m. Nov. 12 at the church, 2102 Southline Drive. The scheduled preachers are Kenny Lee, Roger Lee, Harold Summers, J.B. Wilson, David Denton and Ronnie Hampton. All are invited. Information: 812-546-4363. St. Paul Lutheran — The 8 and 10:45 a.

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Aval: A well-made Tamil horror film
Film: Aval. Director: Milind Rau. Cast: Siddharth, Andrea, Atul Kulkarni, Anisha Victor. Only the Lord bears knowledge of how many horror films we have made over the last decade. Also incredulous is how most of these films haven’t really done much to whet the appetite of your average horror film....

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Latest: Education Environment Bend Marijuana Deschutes County Politics Solar Eclipse 2017 OSU-Cascades Fire Updates
To submit service information or announcements for religious organizations, email or call 541-633-2117. Services This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Antioch Church: Pastor Ken Wytsma; “Reformation/Sola Gratia”; 10 a.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Monday senior high school youth group, church offices; 7 p.m.

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