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The changing faces of 4 central Montana ghost towns
Hanley's grandfather came to Maiden in 1895, a socialist active in the miner's union, who worked his own mines and who ran an assay office. The Lewistown Area Chamber of Commerce and Hanley teamed up for a new brochure "Ghost Towns & Gold Mines," which goes into some depth on Giltedge, Maiden, Fort....

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The changing faces of 4 central Montana ghost towns
Hanley's grandfather came to Maiden in 1895, a socialist active in the miner's union, who worked his own mines and who ran an assay office. The Lewistown Area Chamber of Commerce and Hanley teamed up for a new brochure "Ghost Towns & Gold Mines," which goes into some depth on Giltedge, Maiden, Fort....

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Carnegie church marks 125 years; Bridgeville pastor celebrates 40 years
Updated 1 hour ago First Primitive Methodist Church of Carnegie recently celebrated its 125th anniversary and marked the 110th anniversary of the church structure at 640 Dow Ave. Primitive Methodism began in England in the early 1800s in an attempt to restore the Methodist Revival begun under the ministry of John Wesley.

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The pastor's husband - Not an easy road
This is the final of two parts looking at the supporting roles played by the pastor's spouse. 'Has not the one God made you? You belong to him in body and spirit. And what does the one God seek? Godly offspring. So be on your guard, and do not be unfaithful to the wife of your youth' - Malachi 2:15.

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The changing faces of 4 central Montana ghost towns
Hanley's grandfather came to Maiden in 1895, a socialist active in the miner's union, who worked his own mines and who ran an assay office. The Lewistown Area Chamber of Commerce and Hanley teamed up for a new brochure "Ghost Towns & Gold Mines," which goes into some depth on Giltedge, Maiden, Fort....

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The changing faces of 4 central Montana ghost towns
Hanley's grandfather came to Maiden in 1895, a socialist active in the miner's union, who worked his own mines and who ran an assay office. The Lewistown Area Chamber of Commerce and Hanley teamed up for a new brochure "Ghost Towns & Gold Mines," which goes into some depth on Giltedge, Maiden, Fort....

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The changing faces of 4 central Montana ghost towns
Hanley's grandfather came to Maiden in 1895, a socialist active in the miner's union, who worked his own mines and who ran an assay office. The Lewistown Area Chamber of Commerce and Hanley teamed up for a new brochure "Ghost Towns & Gold Mines," which goes into some depth on Giltedge, Maiden, Fort....

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The changing faces of 4 central Montana ghost towns
Hanley's grandfather came to Maiden in 1895, a socialist active in the miner's union, who worked his own mines and who ran an assay office. The Lewistown Area Chamber of Commerce and Hanley teamed up for a new brochure "Ghost Towns & Gold Mines," which goes into some depth on Giltedge, Maiden, Fort....

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LITTLE TEHUACANA BAPTIST CHUR
Little Tehuacana Baptist Church 4147 Old Mexia Road, Waco, Tx 76705 Rev. Steven J. Nickerson, Pastor Celebrates its 96 th Homecoming Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017 3:00 pm Guests: Rev.

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The changing faces of 4 central Montana ghost towns
Hanley's grandfather came to Maiden in 1895, a socialist active in the miner's union, who worked his own mines and who ran an assay office. The Lewistown Area Chamber of Commerce and Hanley teamed up for a new brochure "Ghost Towns & Gold Mines," which goes into some depth on Giltedge, Maiden, Fort....

Read Full Article
 
The changing faces of 4 central Montana ghost towns
Hanley's grandfather came to Maiden in 1895, a socialist active in the miner's union, who worked his own mines and who ran an assay office. The Lewistown Area Chamber of Commerce and Hanley teamed up for a new brochure "Ghost Towns & Gold Mines," which goes into some depth on Giltedge, Maiden, Fort....

Read Full Article
 
The changing faces of 4 central Montana ghost towns
Hanley's grandfather came to Maiden in 1895, a socialist active in the miner's union, who worked his own mines and who ran an assay office. The Lewistown Area Chamber of Commerce and Hanley teamed up for a new brochure "Ghost Towns & Gold Mines," which goes into some depth on Giltedge, Maiden, Fort....

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BAHA’I FAITH CHURCH OF CHRIST 2500 Bosque Blvd. (254) 300-4949 Elm Mott Church of Christ Devotional Meeting • 2 pm Sunday Bible Class 9:30 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. Evening Worship 6:00 P.M. Wednesday Worship 7:00 P.M. Dannie Archie, Minister Sunday, November 5, 2017 the purpoSe of life “Thou hast created me to know Thee and to worship Thee.

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How I helped a blind marathon runner navigate permafrost and bears
We got closer to the start. Dwarf-like reindeer loped on the snow. We checked our gear. Gone were the shorts I wore while training in New Jersey leading up to the race. We were in polyester blends from top to bottom. Gloves and skull-tight hats. With no arctic running experience, we wondered whether we had enough.

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How I helped a blind marathon runner navigate permafrost and bears
We got closer to the start. Dwarf-like reindeer loped on the snow. We checked our gear. Gone were the shorts I wore while training in New Jersey leading up to the race. We were in polyester blends from top to bottom. Gloves and skull-tight hats. With no arctic running experience, we wondered whether we had enough.

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How I helped a blind marathoner navigate bears
We got closer to the start. Dwarf-like reindeer loped on the snow. We checked our gear. Gone were the shorts I wore while training in New Jersey leading up to the race. We were in polyester blends from top to bottom. Gloves and skull-tight hats. With no arctic running experience, we wondered whether we had enough.

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High Court rejects bail appeal by suspect in city pastor murder case
The High Court in Kigali has rejected an appeal for bail by Drake Mugisha, the estranged husband of Pastor Maggie Mutesi, who was found dead in her home on September 10. Mugisha is charged with the murder of his wife. He was arrested a few days after an autopsy report revealed that Mutesi had....

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Is ‘queer horror’ a thing now?
NOVEMBER 4 ― Being the borderline obsessive film lover that I am, of course I’ve always made it a point to catch not just as many films as I can, but also spread my net far and wide to immerse myself in as many types of films that I can. That is also why chances are I’d be as likely to be found....

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Martin Luther and the birth of the modern world
There is still the odd parish church in England with a notice on its south door that begins: “There are those who will tell you that at the time of the Reformation the Church of England ceased to be Catholic and became Protestant. Do not believe them.” It is a bemusing argument, hinting at the....

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Russia exploited race divisions on Facebook. More black staffers could have stopped it, critics say
SAN FRANCISCO — In a heated moment during this week's hearings on Russian social media ads, Rep. Terri Sewell questioned whether the dearth of African Americans in Facebook's workforce contributed to the company's failure to catch Russian operatives using fake accounts to stoke racial tensions ahead of last year's presidential election.

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A more diverse Facebook could have caught racist ads, say… 0 minutes | News
SAN FRANCISCO — In a heated moment during this week's hearings on Russian social media ads, Rep. Terri Sewell questioned whether the dearth of African Americans in Facebook's workforce contributed to the company's failure to catch Russian operatives using fake accounts to stoke racial tensions ahead of last year's presidential election.

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I'm After Prosperity Pastors Cos I Haven't Found A Muslim Cleric Who Owns A Private Jet-Daddy Freeze
Popular Nigerian disc jockey, Ifedayo Olarinde, popularly known as "Daddy Freeze" has discussed a variety of issues in a recent interview with SAharaTV in Lagos. Daddy Freeze who is the convener of the #Freesheepie movement laid out his reasons for starting the movement aimed at helping Christians....

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Local 18 mins ago 7:06 p.m. Pastor proposes removing church's bell tower
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- Craig Anderson is the new lead pastor at the Trinity Independent Methodist Church. It's a church that dates to the early 1800s. He has a really positive attitude, even though his church has hit hard times ... again and again. "I realize there's a solution to everything," he said with a smile.

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Catholic Bishop becomes the new CAN Chair of Adamawa State
The Adamawa state chapter of Christians Association of Nigeria (CAN) yesterday voted Bishop Dr. Stephen Dami Mamza , to replaced controversial former chairman Bishop Mike Moses. Dr. Mamza who pulled 49 votes against Moses’s 34 votes , said that he was called by members of CAN to serve and put the Association on sound and solid ground in the state.

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If Texas' prison population were a city, it would be the state's 20th largest
If the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, one of the largest prison systems in the nation, were a city, it would be the 20 th largest municipality in our state. With 146,843 inmates as of July 31, the TDCJ would neck out Mesquite and leave places like Allen, Richardson, Carrollton and Denton in the dust.

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Anniston leaders discuss racism at seminar
More than 20 Anniston city workers and council members on Friday discussed race, challenged their own beliefs on the topic and sought common ground. The Rev. Laura Hutchinson, pastor of Anniston’s First Christian Church, organized the seminar, titled “Understanding Racism,” which was held at the Anniston Museum of Natural History.

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