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Associate pastor 'dies trimming trees'
By RASHAD ROLLE. Tribune Staff Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . AN associate pastor at New Destiny Baptist Cathedral died yesterday while trimming trees in his yard, The Tribune understands. Contrary to social media reports, Rev Clarence Knowles did not fall off of a ladder to his death.

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Smaller US cities struggle with high teen gun violence rates
WILMINGTON, Delaware (AP) - When the shots rang out - "pop, pop, pop," and then a thunder roll of gunfire - Maria Williams hit the floor. The bullets sprayed through her front door and window, leaving perfectly cylindrical holes in the glass. They blasted across the nursery, where her 2-year-old daughter's toys were strewn on the carpet.

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Hurricane Harvey Ruined Their Wedding Plans But This Couple Found A Way Out
Nothing can be more disappointing than a wedding day ruined. So many weeks or months of planning, arrangements, and money goes wasted resulting in a day of grief for the couple and their families. But a Texas couple did not let a deadly natural calamity ruin the best day of their lives.

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Smaller US cities struggle with high teen gun violence rates
WILMINGTON, Delaware (AP) — When the shots rang out — "pop, pop, pop," and then a thunder roll of gunfire — Maria Williams hit the floor. The bullets sprayed through her front door and window, leaving perfectly cylindrical holes in the glass. They blasted across the nursery, where her 2-year-old daughter's toys were strewn on the carpet.

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Smaller US cities struggle with high teen gun violence rates
Poverty and a sense of hopelessness in the most violent neighborhoods is a common thread. Syracuse, a university town that once cranked out air conditioners and televisions, now has a poverty rate of 35 percent. Others, like Savannah, are deeply divided.

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Playing God
I cringe when some people say negative things about clerics. I’m not a religious person, but I think everyone needs to be given the benefit of the doubt. I have a lot of Media personality, Freez’ statements about “unholy” men of God, and in my mind, I say “why don’t you leave them alone and let God judge.

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DACA: Lawsuit is right move
As a United Methodist pastor for more than 25 years, and as someone who has worked tirelessly to try to keep families of all kinds together at any cost, I applaud the state of Washington and the 15 other states (and the District of Columbia) who are standing up against the current administration’s....

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Damien Moss Joins Chamber Staff
Luke Roberts Enterprise Staff Writer The Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that Damien Moss has joined the staff as receptionist. According to Chamber President Andrea Taylor, Damien is a native of Fitzgerald, but he came to Douglas “at an early age.” He is the son of Pastor Christopher K.

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Michelle Obama dressed as Beyonc?? and honestly, the joy
It might have been Beyonc??'s birthday yesterday, but we the people are the ones who have been gifted. For Queen Bey's 36th birthday a few of her favourite friends, including Serena Williams, Kelly Rowland, and Jay Z's mum, Gloria Carter, banded together to ... DRESS UP AS BEYONCE. Glory.

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Judge denies driver's request for license after fatal crash
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A former Metro bus driver convicted in a deadly crash will still not be allowed to drive. Tyrone Patrick was in court Friday, requesting limited driving privileges. He was convicted of killing Stephen Frank, 73, and seriously injuring Emily Frank as they were in a crosswalk in Hyde Park Square on January 27, 2016.

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Judge: Pastor who stole house gets prison for 'more fraud...than I have ever seen'
Syracuse, NY -- A Syracuse minister gave a sermon-length plea for mercy today after being to steal a South Side house. found guilty of forging documents The Rev. Micah Dexter cast blame on the mayor, police chief and the assistant prosecutor for what amounted to a political witch hunt.

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Let’s work to expand, not suppress, voting rights
N ext week, a who’s who of voting-rights foes will meet in New Hampshire for the second convening of what President Donald Trump calls his Election Integrity Commission. After years of whipping up hysteria about mass illegal voting that simply doesn’t exist, far-right activists now have the official....

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Local African-American woman stands as Coast Guard pioneer
That changed June 1, 1995, when now-Tampa Bay resident Doris Hull broke that storied institution's glass ceiling with her promotion from yeoman first class all the way to Chief warrant officer. In the Navy and the Coast Guard, warrant officers are skilled, single-track specialty officers.

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Delaware City Struggles as a Gun Plague Afflicts Its Youth
Wilmington isn't Chicago or Los Angeles, Baltimore or Detroit. It is a city of less than 72,000 people known primarily as the birthplace of chemical giant DuPont and as a cozy home for big banks and Fortune 500 firms. But an Associated Press and USA Today Network analysis of Gun Violence Archive....

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City, county dispute left large pothole open for 5 years
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The ankle-deep, sloping hole in the sidewalk is smack dab between two curb cut outs and uneven chunks of concrete. It’s been there so long — at least five years — that grass has grown underneath the sidewalk at the corner of Parkview Terrace and Lyons Avenue in Newark.

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Rama, Daluz won’t take consultants from City
IN a gesture of sympathy for their colleagues in the opposition, Cebu City Councilors Edu Rama and Jose Daluz III said they will not accept their consultants. This, after Mayor Tomas Osmeña said that except for Rama and Daluz, none of the Barug Team Rama bloc will get their consultants for going against him.

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ARCHIVE: Oozing energy, pastor on front lines calls out, 'It's time for you to be saved'
THIS ARTICLE ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON FEB. 23, 2005 AS PART THE SPECIAL REPORT, "WILMINGTON'S DEADLY STREETS". The Rev. Derrick Johnson specializes in reaching out to people at risk - drug dealers, drug addicts, alcoholics. At Wilmington's Joshua Harvest Church, which he founded in 2001, Johnson....

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City, county dispute left large pothole open for 5 years
Bruce then had her staff check with the county and, well, you probably know what happened. Its engineering department disagreed, kicking the issue back to the city. "We're kind of in this standstill," Bruce said. She figured her organization, which generates economic activity and community....

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City, county dispute left large pothole open for 5 years
Bruce then had her staff check with the county and, well, you probably know what happened. Its engineering department disagreed, kicking the issue back to the city. "We're kind of in this standstill," Bruce said. She figured her organization, which generates economic activity and community....

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City, county dispute left large pothole open for 5 years
Bruce then had her staff check with the county and, well, you probably know what happened. Its engineering department disagreed, kicking the issue back to the city. "We're kind of in this standstill," Bruce said. She figured her organization, which generates economic activity and community....

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City, county dispute left large pothole open for 5 years
Bruce then had her staff check with the county and, well, you probably know what happened. Its engineering department disagreed, kicking the issue back to the city. "We're kind of in this standstill," Bruce said. She figured her organization, which generates economic activity and community....

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1 person killed in 2-vehicle crash in Amelia Co.
AMELIA, VA (WWBT) - Virginia State Police are investigating a two-vehicle crash that killed one person and injured two others in Amelia County on Thursday. The crash happened around 3:05 p.m. near Route 609 and 636. Police say the driver of a 2009 Honda did not stop at a stop sign and was struck in the side by a passing van.

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A Port Harcourt based pastor and lecturer, Pastor Wokoma David has been reported to have allegedly resurrected after he died and was taken to the mortuary. One of his students, identified as Itz Mhiz Anny, revealed he was in the mortuary for 2 days. She wrote; "DEAD MAN JARKED BACK TO LIFE…WOKOMA....

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Meet the Socialist Who Hopes to Become New York’s First Arab-American Elected Official
“El-Yateem’s campaign has an energy behind it that I’ve never seen before,” says, Carlos Menchaca, New York City’s first-ever Mexican-American Councilmember and an enthusiastic support of El-Yateem’s campaign. “He’s got this army of people behind him from all over the City, and they’re here because....

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Braving the storm: This couple's WEDDING photo during Hurricane Harvey has gone viral
Weddings are a once-in-a-lifetime affair, and if anything goes wrong on the big day, it brings a huge disappointment to the couple. But, it was even worse for Texas couple, Shelley and Chris Holland, who lost everything before their D-day due to Hurricane Harvey that left a lot of people devastated and homeless.

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What a Kentucky pastor is learning about his own beliefs from a Buddhist nun
I bring this up because it points to a common dilemma faced by pilgrims from various faith traditions. Every honest pilgrim — Catholic, Methodist, Jew, Muslim, maybe even atheist or agnostic — must, or at least should, deal with this tension: Just how broad-minded should we be? How widely from home....

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