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Are athletes showing unity or disrespect by kneeling at games?
Refuse to be intimidated. Re: "Cowboys show unity -- They kneel before anthem, and stand for it," Tuesday news story. So proud of our Cowboys, standing up for social justice! Not intimidated by this president, who seems to struggle with the idea that he is our employee.

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DIVERSIFICATION: “ utilise oil revenue for diversification”- Okowa
In the face of dwindling crude Oil Patronage around the world, Delta State Governor, Senator, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has called for the diversification of the national economy through the development of the non- oil sector using the oil revenue. Speaking at a dinner he hosted for the Presidential....

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Deputies: Drug dealer's security cameras help detectives
STUART, Fla. (AP) — Installing security cameras might be a good idea for most retail businesses — but not for drug dealers. A Florida sheriff's office says its detectives were pleasantly surprised when they found that 26-year-old Juan Cabral had installed six cameras around his home. Martin County detectives told TCPalm.

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WW II VETERANS DEDICATE MONUMENT, RECALL ATOMIC BOMBINGS OF JAPAN
FROM TINIAN. By Cookie Micaller. TINIAN, Northern Mariana Islands (October 14, 1998 - Saipan Tribune)---When the Enola Gay, a U.S. plane, lifted from this tiny Pacific coral island 53 years ago to drop an atomic bomb in Japan, a throng of American military personnel that had sent it off quietly....

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Two HS players kicked off team for anthem protests
By: | September 30, 2017 Tim Whelan Jr., USA TODAY High School Sports Local high school football players kicked off team after protest during anthem (by via Matt Young (@Chron_MattYoung) September 30, 2017 It is no secret that national anthem protests are a hot-button issue, especially within the last week.

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DIVERSIFICATION: “ utilise oil revenue for diversification”- Okowa
In the face of dwindling crude Oil Patronage around the world, Delta State Governor, Senator, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has called for the diversification of the national economy through the development of the non- oil sector using the oil revenue. Speaking at a dinner he hosted for the Presidential....

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FG should utilise oil revenue for development of non-oil sectors – Okowa 4 mins ago Nigeria
Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta has called for the diversification of the nation’s economy through the development of the non-oil sectors and using the revenue from the oil sector. The governor made the call on Friday in Asaba at a dinner for the Presidential Economic Diversification Initiative Team visiting the state.

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Anderson, Hammit leave big shoes to fill at Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Prescott Valley celebrated the 25th anniversary of its Congregational Charter on Saturday, along with saying goodbye to two key staff members. The “Emmanuel Celebration” was a full house, welcoming members and guests from the past quarter-century to recognize the anniversary, the retirement of Rev.

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Church News: Week of Sept. 30, 2017
All Saints Anglican Church is having its annual rummage and bake sale today from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with early bird admission available for $5.00 at 7:30 a.m. A variety of goods, including yard and work tools, household items, clothing and baked goods plus much more. Bake sale proceeds to benefit Hurricane Harvey victims.

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Cambridge church pitching in to support refugee family
A Cambridge church is lending a helping hand to a refugee family of nine, who have put down roots in Waterloo region. Trillium United Church in Cambridge is hosting a fall fundraiser on Saturday to help raise money to help cover the family's flight fees.

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From the Funeral
The rain was pounding hard when we buried Lolo Dodo in the town’s public cemetery. The folk paying him their last homage quickly drew umbrellas, in various colors, to conceal themselves from the hammering drops they looked from above giant mushrooms. After the long prayer and benediction of the....

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The Guardian: Did Russia fake black activism on Facebook to sow division in the US?
When longtime Baltimore activists first saw a Facebook account called “Blacktivist” organizing a local police brutality march, they were immediately suspicious. The page honoring Freddie Gray, who had died in police custody a year earlier, quickly acquired a sizable following, but no one knew who was running it.

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Pastor Deo ‘poaches’ Top TV Presenters
The competition in television industry is becoming very stiff of late. Word reaching us has it that Pastor Deo Semakula of Holy Ghost Healing Tower in Maganjo has secretly embarked on ‘poaching’ top television presenters and video jockeys to recruit at his newly opened television station.

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Vince Hooks Mbonye Follower
City producer Vince Musisi seems is still struggling to hook a babe to settle with ever since his bitter split with NTV presenter Josephine Kalungi. Reports indicate that the producer is dating a fresh babe only identified as Patience, a diehard follower of Pastor Mbonye.

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'He needs a miracle'
Editor's note: This story is part of "Road to Sainthood," an ongoing series about the late Rev. Stanley Rother, the first U.S.-born male and U.S. priest named a martyr by the Roman Catholic Church. His beatification on Sept. 23 placed him one step closer to canonization.

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Rapturous homecoming given to freed priest Father Tom Uzhunnalil
The freed priest Father Tom Uzhunnalil, who endured 18 months in captivity in Yemen, could not but help shed a tear of relief as he was welcomed home by Salesians in his native India, World Watch Monitor reports. He was met at Indira Gandhi International Airport by Alphons Kannanthanam, the first....

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Father's 'killer acts as if nothing wrong'
Johannesburg - Every day for the past three weeks, Brandon Naidoo has had to walk past the man who allegedly murdered his father. It’s hard to avoid him - they live just 100m apart. “It breaks my heart to know that the man who murdered my father is living freely like nothing has happened,” says Naidoo.

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Chamisa's Joshua moment, Mawarire's Mandela wish
Two days ago, the New Zimbabwe website carried an interview from a South African publication in which journalist Basildon Peta has a "chat" with MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai. The interview was held before Tsvangirai was airlifted to South Africa for a serious medical situation, which confined him to a hospital for a week.

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Zimbabwe activist Mawarire acquitted but……
Zimbabwe activist pastor Evan Mawarire said yesterday acquitted of inciting public violence, but he remains on trial for allegedly trying to subvert President Robert Mugabe's government, the French news agency AFP reported yesterday. The violence charge arose from a June meeting at Zimbabwe's main....

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Zimbabwean pastor likened to Nigeria’s Boko Haram
Zimbabwean pastor Evan Mawarire who organised a national shutdown last year through his social media platform #ThisFlag was yesterday likened to the Nigeria Islamic group Boko Haram which is causing havoc in northern Nigeria. Mawarire is on trial for attempting to overthrow President Robert Mugabe through his campaign on the social media last year.

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Religion News – September 30
Services and studies. First United Methodist — At the 9 a.m. Traditional Service and the 11 a.m. Celebration Service on Sunday at the church, 618 Eighth St., the youth will deliver the message, “The Church as a Table.” The Scripture will include Matthew 26:26-30. Sunday school for all ages begins at 10:10 a.

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Events to mark monk’s spiritual stand 500 years ago
“He eventually became a rock star of sorts,” Kromphardt said. “But we must remember that, for a long time, he was a wanted man.” In fact, he narrowly escaped execution after his excommunication. To help people understand the priest’s personal life and times, First Lutheran has arranged at YES Cinema an Oct.

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Odumakin: How Nigeria can rise to more glory
Emotions ran wild as we held hands,standing on our feet and singing that more meaningful and soul-stirring old national anthem of Nigeria. I looked at the eyes of Pastor Tunde Bakare as tears rolled down his ears .We had just by acclamation agreed on the last of the over 600 resolutions in an....

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Around Town: New pastor joins Crafton United Presbyterian church
Updated 2 hours ago Diane Flynn is the new pastor at Crafton United Presbyterian Church. She has a dual bachelor's degree in elementary and early childhood education from California University of Pennsylvania, a master's in human resources management from St. Francis University, and a master's of divinity from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.

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Penny L. Ramey
COLUMBUS. Penny L. Ramey, 61 of Columbus passed away September 28, 2017 after a long battle to colon cancer. She was Born in Ft. Polk, Louisiana on June 13, 1956 to Murriel and Glendola Phelps. Penny enjoyed crafts, fishing, and mushroom hunting but she loved spending time with her family the most.

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Samuel H. Smith
He is survived by his wife, Joan A. A. Massiah-Smith; children, Samuel H. Smith Jr. (Padget), Suzette Smith-Barry, June Smith-Wyatt, Dehlia Smith-Simmonds, Phoebe Smith-Charles, Charlene Smith, Sarah Smith-Faulkner, and Joyce Smith-DeLancy; grandchildren, Lavier Smith-Baptiste, Dennis Dugger Jr.

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