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City Hall Two from GOP bid to face Fowler in Metro 14 Two from GOP bid to face Fowler in Metro 14 Two Republicans vying to meet incumbent Democrat Fowler in Metro Council District 14 City Hall 1 day, 12 hours ago Local Gallery | Shooting near Pegasus Para
Two Republicans, a retired sewer district crew chief and a young warehouse manager, are vying for the party's nomination in the May 17 primary to run against incumbent Cindi Fowler in Metro Council District 14. The GOP primary contest pits Eric Bullock, 53, against Shane Logan Ranschaert, 21.

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Pastor Quiboloy: Duterte presidency foretold in prophecy
Joel Guinto, ABS-CBN News Posted at 07 May 2016 09:20 PM MANILA - Religious leader Apollo Quiboloy said Saturday Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte's stunning rise to within a heartbeat of the presidency was foretold in a vision from God, nearly two decades ago.

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Duterte says ready to die, vows mass murder
MANILA - Maverick Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte appealed to voters Saturday to elect him president, with cuss-filled vows to die for his countrymen and kill anyone who would cause them suffering. The 71-year-old frontrunner told a crowd of at least 350,000 cheering supporters in downtown Manila....

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PNoy parallels rise of Duterte and Hitler
Agence France-Presse Posted at 08 May 2016 01:47 AM MANILA - Philippine President Benigno Aquino warned Saturday the frontrunner in the race to replace him carried similar dangers to Hitler and would bring terror to the nation. Anti-establishment candidate Rodrigo Duterte is the favourite to win....

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Muscle cars, clenched fists in frenzied Duterte rally
MANILA - Muscle cars closed off Manila's main park on Saturday as supporters of presidential frontrunner Rodrigo Duterte raised their clenched fists at a final campaign rally that mirrored public frustration over the outgoing government's shortcomings.

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New San Pedro Justice of the Peace chapter holds first meeting
The San Pedro Association of Justice of the Peace and Commissioner of the Supreme Court held their first meeting on Wednesday, May 4th as they begin to rebuild the San Pedro Chapter. The meeting took place at the San Pedro Town Council Conference Room and was attended by many Justices of Peace (JP),....

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Letters: ‘Social host’ ordinance is good step for El Paso
‘Social host’ ordinance is good step for El Paso. I graduated from high school in El Paso in 2010, and in my four years there, I watched too many of my peers be in danger at house parties where alcohol was easily available. Too many parents turned their heads and hoped disaster would not happen. I think that El Paso can do better.

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Eileen Gebbie: Housing in Ames
I never expected so much of my adult life to be spent thinking about and developing housing. I have never experienced homelessness or had to live in treacherous conditions, as at the Crestview Mobile Park. After leaving my parents’ homes at 17, I was able to keep myself in student housing or clean apartments.

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Charleston church where 9 people were massacred will pocket $1.8m in donations
Arthur Hurd, whose librarian wife Cynthia was shot dead in the attack, accused church staff of opening envelopes addressed to victims and removing cash and checks. His lawsuit was eventually dismissed, though it only looked at money church officials put into its Moving Forward Fund.

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Duke Energy : Move aims to avoid fines for Greensboro church's solar system
May 07 --A statewide advocacy group has "temporarily" stopped selling solar-powered electricity to a Greensboro church while it appeals a state board's recent ruling against the transaction. The North Carolina Utilities Commission ruled last month that the financial arrangement between Faith....

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Oritsejafor’s looming exit sparks CAN succession battle
Oritsejafor. CAN was established on August 27, 1976 at the Catholic Secretariat, Lagos, where Rev. Festus Segun, Bishop Alaba Job of Catholic Diocese of Ibadan, Conference Secretary of Methodist Church, Bishop J.B. Pomoron, Archdeacon E.O. Alayande (Anglican), Rev. E.A.A. Adegbola (Methodist), Mr. C.

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Our hunt for Tee Billz and findings
By TOFARATI IGE. Since his Instagram rants last week, Tunji Balogun ‘Tee Billz’ has not been finding life easy. First he attempted suicide on the Lekki-Ikoyi bridge but fortunately for him, Banky W and Peter Okoye of P-Square saved him just at the nick of time.

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Nigerian pastor prophesises Lungu’s victory
KELVIN CHONGO NOMSA NKANA Lusaka THOUSANDS of worshippers were on Friday night sent into frenzy when visiting Nigerian clergyman Joshua Iginla prophesied that President Lungu would win the August 11 general elections. And contrary to media reports, Prophet Iginla has denied being paid by the President Lungu to prophesy in his favour.

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Veteran was dedicated to family, church
Updated 28 minutes ago Lee P. Bittner Jr. shipped off to war in November 1944, when his wife, Martha Jackson Bittner, was eight months pregnant with their first child. They named him Lee Bittner III, because they didn't know whether Mr. Bittner would make it back home.

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Get answers to your prayers
Issues confronting them could be promotion, healing, fruitfulness in business, marriage or children. However, such words hardly bring the desired answers. If anything, that kind of thought could dampen our faith. It could also mean that we are questioning the awesome power of the Almighty God, which we should avoid.

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Avengers: The new face of Niger-Delta militancy
Inside story of Tompolo, militants’ face-off. By Emma Amaize Regional Editor, South-South Brisibe Perez. W HEN the former‘General Officer Commanding, GOC’, Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta, MEND, Government Ekpemupolo, aka Tompolo, took space in some national newspapers, last week,....

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Labour hit by new racism storm as black police tsar accuses her white boss of a year-long 'racist bullying' campaign against her
The Labour Party is embroiled in a new race row after a black police tsar accused her white boss of running a year-long campaign of racist bullying against her. Yvonne Mosquito, who has been suspended as West Midlands Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, claims David Jamieson suspended her for ‘racial’ reasons.

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Pastor Adeboye declares ‘holy war’ against kidnappers, killer-herdsmen
By Sam Eyoboka & Olayinka Latona. Angered by the growing violent crimes across the nation, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, declared ‘holy war’, when he led the congregation, at the May Holy Ghost Service, against kidnappers and killer-herdsmen.

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Suspect in church standoff with Atlanta police apprehended
A man who barricaded himself inside a northwest Atlanta church during a funeral for his uncle Saturday was apprehended without incident, a police spokesman said. The standoff with the distraught funeral-goer, who barricaded himself inside a bathroom at the Higher Ground Empowerment Center at 561 Spencer St .

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Thousands say goodbye to Pineville’s quiet, strong firefighter born to serve
Thousands of mourners and firefighters from across the Carolinas lined Park Road and filled a dimly lit sanctuary Saturday to honor Richard Sheltra, the young Pineville volunteer firefighter who a week ago apparently got lost or trapped in a burning golf supply store and later died.

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Bliss it was on that day to be alive, a Foxes fan ... and in Leicester
Fittingly for a city basking in its football team’s brilliance , the sun smiled on Leicester on Saturday morning. With the mercury nudging the low 20s, the city had a carnival feel that seemed to have blown in all the way from Rio. The world had come to pay homage to one of sport’s more remarkable stories and was in welcoming mood.

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‘Enough of this! I ’m walking out of my marriage’ (2)
Rita was due for marriage but she wasn’’t desperate until her mother started being a pain in her neck. She was always asking when she would bring a suitor home. For this, she didn’’t make a noise about her 32nd birthday because her mother complained when she celebrated her 30th birthday without a man in her life.

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Isla Vista Pastor Brutally Assaulted in His Home
Father Jon-Stephen Hedges, assistant pastor at St. Athanasius Orthodox Church, was seriously injured Saturday when he was attacked at his Isla Vista home. (Facebook photo) A well-known local pastor was assaulted and seriously injured in his Isla Vista home on Saturday, reportedly by a young man who came to the door seeking help.

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JPMorgan Chase : Ex-school board member linked to vast cybercrime empire, JPMorgan hack
May 07 --Two years ago, Mike Murgio was making headlines as a member of the Palm Beach County School Board , pushing a novel plan to let students attend any public school they wished. At the same time, federal investigators say, the retired educator was secretly at work on something very different:....

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NC GOP appeals for unity at convention
Facing a divided national party as well as a split in their own, N.C. Republican officials pleaded for unity at their state convention Saturday. But like national Republicans, they have work to do. “I’ll go into the voting booth and do one of two things: either not vote for president or vote for....

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Set right priorities - part two
Youthful Living with PASTOR MOYO M SETTING and faithfulness to the right priorities requires a certain level of confidence. Both over and low levels of confidence are enemies of setting right priorities. Over confidence may oversimplify the process of setting right priorities resulting into hasty....

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