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Town raises $20K for her 4-year-old. Then her heart-wrenching story unravels
As far as the community of Enid, Okla., knew, Jessica Good’s 4-year-old daughter had always been critically ill, her diseases cruel and the treatments expensive. Through personal pleas, Facebook posts and GoFundMe accounts, the 32-year-old mother of four had shared for years the details of her....

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Town raises $20K for her 4-year-old. Then her heart-wrenching story unravels
As far as the community of Enid, Okla., knew, Jessica Good’s 4-year-old daughter had always been critically ill, her diseases cruel and the treatments expensive. Through personal pleas, Facebook posts and GoFundMe accounts, the 32-year-old mother of four had shared for years the details of her....

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Concert event to fight heroin set for Sunday night in Celina
Details were released this morning about an event this weekend in Celina called, “Night of Hope: A Concert Against Heroin.” The event — featuring a Battle of the Bands — is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Lakeshore Park. A press conference was held this morning to announce the event.

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Police: Man stabs father during Ky. church service
Police in Bowling Green, Ky., arrested a 21-year-old man Sunday who they said stabbed his father during a morning service at a local church. Congregation members and security workers at Hillvue Heights Church subdued the suspect, identified as Ethan Buckley of Bowling Green.

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The case of a National Transitional Authority
Waiting for Godot Wananchi, the motherland continues to heave and suffocate under the weight of a sterile oligarchy, exhausted and indeed frail nationalism, downright statism, indifference and inertia. For too long we have been poisoned by the odor of vicious cycles of stagnation, failure, retrogression and excuse making.

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Town raises $20K for her 4-year-old. Then her heart-wrenching story unravels
As far as the community of Enid, Okla., knew, Jessica Good’s 4-year-old daughter had always been critically ill, her diseases cruel and the treatments expensive. Through personal pleas, Facebook posts and GoFundMe accounts, the 32-year-old mother of four had shared for years the details of her....

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Town raises $20K for her 4-year-old. Then her heart-wrenching story unravels
As far as the community of Enid, Okla., knew, Jessica Good’s 4-year-old daughter had always been critically ill, her diseases cruel and the treatments expensive. Through personal pleas, Facebook posts and GoFundMe accounts, the 32-year-old mother of four had shared for years the details of her....

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Officer injured, one person shot in second night of Milwaukee protests
By Brendan O'Brien. MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - Police in riot gear faced off overnight with protesters throwing bottles and bricks in Milwaukee, and an officer and another person were injured during the second night of violent demonstrations since an officer shot a black man to death.

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One person shot, officer injured in second night of Milwaukee protests
Violence erupted in Milwaukee on Sunday after peaceful vigils by small groups of demonstrators, and police said late that night that they had rescued one shooting victim, who was taken to a hospital. It was not immediately clear if the injured person was a protester.

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Republicans urge Trump to broaden outreach to African Americans
When Donald Trump went to Detroit last week to deliver a speech on his economic proposals, he laid the chronic problems of the heavily black city at the feet of his opponents, saying Democrats had a stranglehold on power, "and unless we change policies, we will not change results.

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Officer injured, one person shot in second night of Milwaukee protests
By Brendan O'Brien. MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - Police in riot gear faced off overnight with protesters throwing bottles and bricks in Milwaukee, and an officer and another person were injured during the second night of violent demonstrations since an officer shot a black man to death.

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Higher Education Notes: Archbishop to bless new Newman Center near UNO
Officials are cutting the ribbon today on the St. John Paul II Newman Center near the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Scott Campus. Archbishop George Lucas will bless university students and the Newman Center building at the 9:30 a.m. ceremony at 71st and Pacific Streets in Aksarben Village.

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Believers urged to avoid 'Satanic tool of alcohol which destroys lives, damns souls, and blights society'
The ill effects of alcoholism on people's lives, families and society have once again been brought to light following megachurch Pastor Perry Noble's fall from the pulpit over his alcohol addiction problem. As such, an alcohol position paper released by the Assemblies of God General Presbytery more....

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10 things EVERY church member should know
Are you a member of a church? Then this article is for you!As a church minister (pastor / presbyter / Rector – call it what you will) I love the members of my congregations dearly, and have done in all the fellowships I have served. But sometimes I think: I wish everyone could get some simple things....

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Officer injured, one person shot in second night of Milwaukee protests
MILWAUKEE Tension flared again overnight in Milwaukee, with one person shot and a police officer injured in the second night of riots triggered by the fatal shooting of a suspect by an officer. Police violence against African-Americans has ignited sporadic, sometimes violent protests in the past two years.

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Mother of four, 32, turns herself into police after she was caught 'faking her four-year-old's cancer to collect tens of thousands of dollars in charitable donations'
A mother-of-four turned herself into police this week, after she was caught faking her four-year-old's daughter to con tens of thousands of dollars from charitable organizations. Jessica Lynn Good, 32, was arraigned on Friday on three felony counts of obtaining money or property by false pretense....

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USPA restores hope among street kids
Uganda Sports Press Association (USPA) vice president Ritah Aliguma has extended her sporting spirit to the more vulnerable as she attempts to revive hope in the lives of street children around Kampala. Aliguma, who is also the first ever female USPA vice president, picked interest after seeing a....

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Second Missing Chibok Schoolgirl Found
A second schoolgirl who was among more than 200 others kidnapped by Boko Haram during an attack on their school in the northeastern Nigerian town of Chibok more than two years ago has been found, the army said Thursday. The news comes just days after the first of the missing schoolgirls was found by....

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Moral decadence, a challenge to the church
By Pastor T. Muroyiwa. The issue mischief among youths is not on church gatherings per se. Instead, the level of promiscuity and social decay is not a surprise to us, considering the bewildering barrage of worldly attitudes and philosophies that hit us at every turn.

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One person shot, officer injured in second night of Milwaukee protests
MILWAUKEE — Tension flared again overnight in Milwaukee, with one person shot and a police officer injured in the second night of riots triggered by the fatal shooting of a suspect by an officer. Police violence against African-Americans has ignited sporadic, sometimes violent protests in the past two years.

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Residents reflect on racial reconciliation under Obama
HYANNIS, Mass. (AP) - Jesse Barboza remembers looking at the photographs of American presidents on the wall of his teacher’s second grade classroom. She pointed to them and told the students they could be anything they wanted to be in the United States of America, but Barboza saw only white men, many of them old white men.

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Nigeria: War Against Rampaging Pipeline Vandals
Chiemelie Ezeobi writes that the ongoing Operation Awatse, the Hausa word for 'scatter', has really lived up to its name by dislodging the notorious pipeline vandals, who once held sway in Lagos and Ogun creeks. It was a well planned operation that ran seamlessly. These pipeline vandals were a law unto themselves.

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BETHANY GOSPEL HALL YPD AT YES4CHRIST 2016 GRENADA
If not me who? If not now when? Those were two important questions presented to the 150 participants who attended the concluded Yes4Christ Seven Youth Conference held at the Grenadian Rex Resort Grenada. The Conference was hosted by the Youth arm of the Regional Christian Brethren Assemblies and....

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School lunches under fire from the right
With help from Jason Huffman, Elena Schneider, Catherine Boudreau and Jenny Hopkinson. SCHOOL LUNCHES UNDER FIRE FROM THE RIGHT: Conservative news outlets have been having a field day over a little-noticed journal article in Health Economics that found that students participating in federal school....

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Homos Want To Rape Me – Fr. Lokodo
By Charles Gazza. Raging homosexuals have threatened to rape their chief tormentor, Father Simon Lokodo, the Minister of Ethics and Integrity. The amiable man of God, who quit priesthood after being appointed minister in 2011, told Red Pepper in an exclusive interview that ever since he waged a war....

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Top singer disagrees with pastor Adeboye’s marriage advise
British-Ghanaian singer, Lola Rae, has disagreed with Pastor Enoch Adeboye’s submission concerning women who have poor cooking skills. Adeboye, during the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) convention held in August 2016, Pastor Adeboye advised single men not to marry women who cannot cook, that are lazy and cannot pray for at least one hour.

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