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A quarter-century doing God's work
embers and friends of the Port Maria Seventh-day Baptist Church in Port Maria, St Mary, celebrated 25 years of growth and activity last week with a special anniversary service. This was followed by a panel discussion on the relevance of the church in the 21st century.

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‘93’ honours Pastor Marvel Francis
'93' honours Pastor Marvel Francis. Last Sunday, the saints at the Church of God of Prophecy located at 93 Lyssons Road, celebrated the seventh anniversary of their dear Pastor, Marvel D. Francis. The service, though maintaining a spiritual and Godly atmosphere, was laced with words and acts of love directed at the head of the congregation.

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A Crooked Studentship and the Clap for Corruption
Gone - maybe forever - are the days when thirst for knowledge to improve oneself and to contribute to a better society drove young people to seek higher education. These days university students and products of related institutions would only be able to perfectly reel off the names of rappers,....

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NCTA students win crops judging contest; community organizations, individuals receive honors
Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture crops judging students won second place at the recent Kansas State University Crops Judging Contest in Manhattan, Kansas. Team members were sophomores Nolan Breece of Holdrege, Aaron Jensen of Goehner, Dalton Johnson of Gering and freshman John Paul Kain of McCook.

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Church bulletin: May 7, 2016
Notes: Guest preachers and choirs will be the Rev. Willie Grubbs and Tenth Street Baptist Church Choir, Wednesday; the Rev. Darren Brandon of Settle Memorial United Methodist Church and the Men's Mass Community Choir, Thursday; and the Rev. Andre Bradley and the Mount Calvary Baptist Church Choir, Friday.

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Older couples are having 'weddings' without getting married
"It was important for our friends to know we were committed to each other," recalled Dixie Reppe, 80, who wears a ring from her beau, Joe Pendergraft, 77, and refers to him as her fiance. "But the financial piece and the families -- it's a whole lot more complicated. We decided to keep those things separate.

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Chattanooga ministry's attempt to build low-cost homes on farm land sparks controversy
A homeless ministry wants to use a Snow Hill farm on which it raises vegetables, chickens and rabbits to also help build a community of tiny homes to provide low-cost housing and food for those rebuilding their lives. "This would provide a great opportunity for people who are working and needing....

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PUDDING AND SOUSE: Politico not horsing around come election
Residents say they were shocked when they saw the horse under his tent being groomed by some youngsters, seemingly in preparation for the big day. Since the average Joe would have no idea as to when polling day would be, the horse’s services may have been secured in the early in the event that a surprise date is announced.

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Edo House Of Comotion And Oshiomhole’s Political Battles
In this report, PATRICK OCHOGA looks at the implications of the crisis rocking Edo the State House of Assembly which is happening in the wake of the political battle between Governor Adams Oshiomhole and his deputy, Pius Odubu. Throwing of chairs, fisticuffs and the use of foul language amongst....

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I’m ashamed of my state - Niger Delta minister
Minister for Niger Delta Affairs, Pastor Usani Usani, has decried the perennial communal conflicts in many parts of Cross River Central senatorial district, including his hometown, which have led to the wanton destruction of lives and property. He said he was very sad and irredeemably ashamed of such violence in his locality.

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Akwa Ibom: A First Lady’s Frivolity
By Comfort Obi Will the wife of the Governor of Akwa Ibom state, Mrs. Martha Udom Emmanuel, please, step-out and receive her award for being the most frivolous Governor’s wife in Nigeria? Mrs. Emmanuel earned it by being insensitive to the sufferings of her people, especially women, and more especially, widows.

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Odubu Dares Oshiomhole
Deputy Governor of Edo state, Pius Odubu finally confronts the State Governor, Adams Oshiomhole as he declares for the governorship position By Walid Ogunseri /Benin City To be or not to be; in the spirit of the famous expression by the legendary British playwright, Williams Shakespeare in an....

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El-Rufai: A Governor’s Many Controversies
Anger rises against Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai’s religious bill and a potpourri of other policies By Oji Odu TENSION is brewing in Kaduna state. Although Christians and Muslims are not fighting, the State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai is at the center of a riveting controversy that is ruffling the fragile peace in the state.

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Pope Francis appoints Vincent Long Van Nguyen new Catholic bishop for Parramatta
The Catholic Church has put the issue of boat people front and centre with Pope Francis appointing a Vietnamese refugee who arrived in Australia after a perilous boat journey as the new bishop of Parramatta. Bishop Vincent Long Van Nguyen​ fled Vietnam as a teenager in 1979 on a 17-metre boat jam-packed with 147 refugees.

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Uganda bans demonstrations, restricts media Uganda has issued a ban on all political demonstrations ahead of President Museveni’s re-inauguration ceremony next week. The order also restricts the media from any live coverage of opposition activities.
Opposition parties in Uganda had been planning several counter measures including demonstrations to block President Yoweri Museveni's re-inauguration on Thursday. "We are stopping it because there is a court order that says, 'do not cover live'," said Jim Muhwezi, Uganda's Minister of Information.

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Bishop Obinim has been a blessing to Ghana - Diamond Appiah
Musician Diamond has jumped to the defence of Bishop Daniel Obinim, insisting the Founder and General Overseer of International Gods Way Church is an ordained man of God whose faith prophetic gifts and calling as a preacher of the gospel are unquestionable.

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The Latest: Hundreds attend service for former Sen. Burns
BILLINGS, Mont. - The Latest on funeral services for former U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns of Montana (all times local): 2:25 p.m. Former U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns of Montana is being remembered as a personable lawmaker who stirred controversy with his politically incorrect words but consistently delivered for his constituents.

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UT death highlights tensions over homeless
The perception from some concerned parents is that in recent months panhandlers have grown more aggressive and violent than ever. Calls for UT and Austin police to band together to eradicate the problem has many pointing fingers at a homeless population that is more likely to be crime victims.

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I’ve lost count of those I killed – Suspected cultist, kidnapper
Chukwudi Akasike, Port Harcourt. A suspected cultist and kidnapper shocked newsmen on Friday when he confessed that he had lost count of the number of persons he had killed before his arrest by men of the Rivers State Police Command. The suspect identified as Mitchel Tamuno, the leader of a cult....

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Rwanda: Action Aid Rwanda Honours Genocide Victims
Action Aid International Rwanda staff, last week, visited Ntarama Genocide Memorial Site in Bugesera District to pay respects to the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Honouring the victims, including Action Aid's nine workers who were killed 22 years ago, buried at Ntarama, the staff....

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Colorado legislature puts rules on pay-for-play fantasy sports leagues
A bill to regulate fantasy sports leagues in Colorado is on its way to the governor to be signed into law, after the state Senate gave it final approval Friday night. The legislation is aimed at pay-for-play fantasy sports leagues that have been banned in some states, where leaders have seen them as a form of gambling.

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NACJ to honour Arase, others with integrity award
Jesusegun Alagbe. The Nigerian Association of Christian Journalists has selected the Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, and some eminent Nigerians as recipients of the 2016 NACJ Integrity Awards. The Secretary General of NACJ, Charles Okhai, said in a statement that the integrity award is....

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Arase, Ovadje, Others to Receive Integrity Award
The Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase and a host of other eminent Nigerians who have over the years demonstrated high sense of integrity as a lifestyle, especially in their leadership positions will be honored with a special Intercity Award, by the Nigerian Association of Christian Journalists (NACJ).

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The Latest: Hundreds attend service for former Sen. Burns
BILLINGS, Mont. - The Latest on funeral services for former U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns of Montana (all times local): 2:25 p.m. Former U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns of Montana is being remembered as a personable lawmaker who stirred controversy with his politically incorrect words but consistently delivered for his constituents.

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Former Sen. Conrad Burns remembered as influential lawmaker
was remembered Friday as an influential lawmaker skilled at connecting with people but unable to shake a penchant for stirring public controversy with politically incorrect comments. Burns died April 28 of natural causes at 81. Hundreds of mourners paid tribute to the blunt-talking Republican during....

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Former Sen. Conrad Burns remembered as influential lawmaker
A photo of former Montana U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns and his wife, Phyllis, is displayed during a Friday, May 6, 2016, funeral service for the three-term lawmaker at the Metra Park Arena in Billings, Mont. Burns died last week at the age of 81. (AP Photo/Matthew Brown) BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Three-term Montana U.

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