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MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT. • The Family Life Players of Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church will present a musical dinner theater, Cold Case in Hot Springs , at 7:30 p.m. Friday-June 18 in the gymnasium, 1321 S. Van Buren St. Dinner is at 6. For tickets call (501) 661-1756. St.

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Thousands line streets to bid Ali farewell
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Louisville and the rest of the world said goodbye to The Greatest on Friday, showering affection on Muhammad Ali during a fist-pumping funeral procession through the streets of his hometown. The 19-mile route was followed by a star-studded memorial service where he was saluted as a brash and outspoken breaker of racial barriers.

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'Whatever God wants'
As the Rev. Ronnie Floyd nears the end of his second term as president of the 15.3 million-member Southern Baptist Convention, he's often asked if he'll be glad when it's over. After all, it's a demanding job to serve as the public face of the largest Protestant denomination in the country.

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The Counties: I did not know she was bibi wa wenyewe- Pastor Mugambi
Pastor Mugambi said he was not aware that Jackline was married until the day she vanished. When contacted, Pastor Mugambi said he was not aware that Jackline was married until the day she vanished. “I visited the marriage registrar’s office in Embu and got marriage documents, believing she was available.

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The world watched as Ali’s goodbye created memorable moments
LOUISVILLE, Ky. As Muhammad Ali’s youngest son rode in his father’s funeral procession through the streets of the city he adored, he noticed scores of children lining the route, pumping their fists, shouting “Ali! Ali!” Asaad Amin Ali figured the children in attendance couldn’t possibly yet....

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Stemming poverty in Dallas requires rethinking mobility
Frank has worked in marketing and sales and wants better, steady work. But without a car, he’s limited to jobs he can find along DART train and bus lines that run through 13 sprawling cities. That means the better-paying jobs he sees in cities like Arlington and Mesquite are out. His daily commute — two hours each way — hasn’t been going on long.

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Fans from around the world bid final farewell to Muhammad Ali - VIDEO: Bill Clinton: Muhammad Ali decided to write his own story - PHOTOS: Saying goodbye to Muhammad Ali - FOX NEWS REMEMBER MUHAMMAD ALI
Louisville and the rest of the world said goodbye to The Greatest on Friday, showering affection on Muhammad Ali during a fist-pumping funeral procession through the streets of his hometown, followed by a star-studded memorial service where he was saluted as an outspoken breaker of racial barriers.

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Religion events from around the Washington area
Upcoming vacation Bible school. June 27 to July 1, 9 a.m. to noon: This year’s theme is “Cave Quest,” where kids from age 3 to fifth grade will spend each day spelunking through field-tested activity stations with their five-person groups and reinforce the daily Bible Point in a hands-on, interactive way that keeps everyone engaged.

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The Latest: Bill Clinton say Ali wrote his own story
By The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on the memorial service for Muhammad Ali (all times local): 6:30 p.m. The memorial for Muhammad Ali has come to an end. The star-studded service ended with a moment of silence and a closing prayer.

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The Latest: Bill Clinton say Ali wrote his own story
By The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on the memorial service for Muhammad Ali (all times local): 6:30 p.m. The memorial for Muhammad Ali has come to an end. The star-studded service ended with a moment of silence and a closing prayer.

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Reflections as Muhammad Ali laid to rest
‘‘We all have an Ali story. It’s the gifts we all have that should be most honored today. Because he released them to the world. Never wasting a day, that we could see, anyway. ... We should honor him by letting our gifts go among the world as he did.’’ former President Bill Clinton.

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Goodbye to The Greatest: Muhammad Ali remembered
"He stood up for himself and for us, even when it wasn't popular," said Ashia Powell, waiting at a railing for the funeral procession to pass by on an interstate highway below. The memorial service was held at a sports arena packed with celebrities, athletes and politicians, including former President Bill Clinton, Sen.

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Muhammad Ali Laid To Rest: Loved ones, luminaries address packed arena
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Former President Bill Clinton is now addressing the capacity crowd gathered at KFC Yum! Center in downtown Louisville for Muhammad Ali's memorial service. "Ali decided early on to write his own story and to not be disempowered," Clinton said.

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The Latest: Bill Clinton say Ali wrote his own story
The Latest on the memorial service for (all times local): 6:30 p.m. The memorial for has come to an end. Muhammad Ali The star-studded service ended with a moment of silence and a closing prayer. His family walked slowly out of the building and is heading for a private ceremony at the Muhammad Ali Center a few blocks away.

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Boxing legend Muhammad Ali remembered in interfaith service
Religious and political leaders, as well as numerous famous faces from the sporting world gathered at the interfaith ceremony on Friday which was held at the 20,000-seat KFC Yum! sports arena. Among them were former US President Bill Clinton and English football star David Beckham.

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Boxing legend Muhammad Ali remembered in interfaith service
Religious and political leaders, as well as numerous famous faces from the sporting world gathered at the interfaith ceremony on Friday which was held at the 20,000-seat KFC Yum! sports arena. Among them were former US President Bill Clinton and English football star David Beckham.

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The Latest: Bill Clinton say Ali wrote his own story
By The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on the memorial service for Muhammad Ali (all times local): 6:30 p.m. The memorial for Muhammad Ali has come to an end. The star-studded service ended with a moment of silence and a closing prayer.

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Muhammad Ali Remembered at Louisville Memorial Service
Muhammad Ali was remembered in his hometown of Louisville on Friday with a long procession through the streets where he grew up and learned to box, and then at a memorial service where mourners spoke of a greatness that transcended championships, battles over civil rights and religious freedom and a debilitating illness.

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'Ali! Ali!': The world says goodbye to The Greatest
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) ��� Louisville and the rest of the world said goodbye to The Greatest on Friday, showering affection on Muhammad Ali during a fist-pumping funeral procession through the streets of his hometown, followed by a star-studded memorial service where he was eulogized....

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Erie Priest Prays at Muhammad Ali's Memorial Service
Thousands of people gathered for prayer Friday, as a boxing legend is laid to rest. 15,000 people attended the memorial service and funeral for Muhammad Ali. And during the service, local Catholic Priest, Father Henry Kriegel, had the opportunity to say a prayer. Heavyweight boxing great, Muhammad Ali had requested an interfaith memorial service.

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Omaha Worship Conference
Join Harvest Community Church and Coram Deo Church for the 2nd Annual Omaha Worship Conference, June 10-11. This year’s conference theme, “Things to Come…” will unpack the implications of worship as a response to God’s revelation of himself to us. Our plenary speaker is Dr. Allen P.

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Boxing legend Muhammad Ali remembered in interfaith service
Religious and political leaders, as well as numerous famous faces from the sporting world gathered at the interfaith ceremony on Friday which was held at the 20,000-seat KFC Yum! sports arena. Among them were former US President Bill Clinton and English football star David Beckham.

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Bayonne woman says man threatened her for displaying 'Stop the mosque' sign
-- A 75-year-old city woman says she was threatened by a stranger at her home earlier this week for displaying signs in her windows that read "Save Bayonne" and "Stop the Mosque." The signs refer to the local Muslim community's plan to convert a warehouse at 109 East 24th St.

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The Latest: Billy Crystal jokes lighten mood at Ali memorial
David Goldman The Latest: Billy Crystal jokes lighten mood at Ali memorial. Sportscaster Bryant Gumbel delivers a eulogy during Muhammad Ali's memorial service, Friday, June 10, 2016, in Louisville, Ky. (AP Photo/David Goldman) David Goldman The Latest: Billy Crystal jokes lighten mood at Ali memorial.

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The Latest: Gumbel on Ali: 'Our beloved champion is down'
By The Associated Press More >> LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on the memorial service for Muhammad Ali (all times local): 5:50 p.m. TV journalist Bryant Gumbel says Muhammad Ali went from being one of the most polarizing figures to one of the most beloved. And, Gumbel says, he did it without changing his nature or compromising his principles.

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Muhammad Ali laid to rest as world pays tributes
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali has been laid to rest in his hometown in the US state of Kentucky, following a funeral procession attended by tens of thousands of fans. Ali's private burial ceremony on Friday at Louisville's Cave Hill Cemetery, was followed by a memorial, attended by world leaders including former US president Bill Clinton.

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