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Aircraft company had history of crashes
File picture of an Eurocopter AS 350B2 helicopter. PETALING JAYA, May 7 — Kuching-based Hornbill Skyways Sdn Bhd has recorded several ill-fated incidents in the past. Established in May 1977, the company had its first flight in March the following year with a starting fleet of one fixed-wing Cessna 421 and two Bell 206B Jet Ranger helicopters.

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Former Sen. Conrad Burns remembered as influential lawmaker
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Three-term Montana U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns 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.

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First Presbyterian Church Biloxi, celebrating 125 years on the Coast
BILOXI -- In 1891, there was a Methodist church (established in 1842) that drew people came from miles around. Many of those people traveled from the New Orleans area. Leaders of the Methodist church knew there were people from other religions attending their services each week. The church invited a Civil War veteran minister, the Rev.

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Pastor creates 'Project 2016' in Mangonia Park
MANGONIA PARK, Fla. - It's a simple philosophy for Pastor Tracy Wilkins, who was born and raised on the south side of Chicago: "If we can put a basketball in their hand today, we can keep them out of trouble tomorrow," he says. He says sports helped to turn his life around.

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HISD releases list of proposed school name changes
http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/HISD-releases-list-of-proposed-school-name-changes-7408763.php. HISD releases list of proposed school name changes. By Mike Tolson Published 6:33 pm, Friday, May 6, 2016. The renaming of seven Houston ISD schools whose current names have ties....

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Former Sen. Conrad Burns remembered as influential lawmaker
Three-term Montana U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns was remembered Friday as an influential lawmaker with a mastery of retail politics but a nagging penchant for stirring public controversy with politically incorrect comments. Burns died April 28 of natural causes at age 81.

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No politician can excel without passion for people –Olatunji
Hon. Omowunmi Olatunji, a princess from Ondo State, is a former member of the Lagos State House of Assembly. She represented Oshodi Isolo Constituency 2 between 2007 and 2015. Now out of office, she is still passionate about service and only recently held an empowerment programme for people in her home state of Ondo.

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UT student’s death highlights tensions over homeless living near...
Parents have grown more worried about increased threats to students since last summer, when an outbreak of synthetic drugs known as K2 seemed to inspire a spike in violent and harassing behavior from some of the area’s homeless people toward the student population.

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Edo: Oshiomhole tangles with deputy in succession crisis
As the September 10 date for the governorship election in Edo State approaches, GBENRO ADEOYE examines the lingering feud between Governor Adams Oshiomhole and his deputy, Dr. Pius Odubu, which continues to build up tension. If there was any prospect of an early end to the lingering crisis in Edo....

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Ellen Lauds SDA Church for Partnership
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has lauded the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church for its contributions and partnership with government in the development efforts of the country. She expressed gratitude to the church for its many contributions to Liberia's educational, health and other humanitarian services.

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Prominent figure demoted for violating city policy
“I hold a high standard for my employees, and when I find one of my employees has violated that standard by breaking the rules and policies that are in place it really pisses me off,” said Public Safety Director Ricardo Martinez. Martinez said one of three female officers came to him with a complaint about Reynolds.

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Muskogee College Working To Repair Longtime Landmark
MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma - A Muskogee College damaged by high winds and flooding last December is almost done with rebuilding. Friday night, Bacone College will rededicate its campus chapel after it sustained water damage and had its windows blow out from the storms. Pastor Kyle Taylor said, "It is the heart of Bacone - from the late 1880s till now.

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Luanshya pastor pleads not guilty
ZUMANI KATASEFA Luanshya A LUANSHYA pastor on Wednesday pleaded not guilty to a charge of obtaining money by false pretenses with intent to defraud China Luanshya Mine by falsely pretending that his child had died. World Touch Ministries pastor Abraham Mwamba is alleged to have tried to swindle the....

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Who are you talking to? 5 ways to achieve intimacy in prayer
Our relationships with each other aren't entirely dissimilar to the one that we have with God. Many of the tools we employ to encourage intimacy with one another – regular communication, spending time together and being emotionally open – can also be applied to our efforts to do the same with our heavenly Father.

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Candidates line up for at-large Detroit council seat
A special election for a seat on the Detroit City Council has drawn six candidates who will appear on the Aug. 2 primary ballot. The nonpartisan election follows Saunteel Jenkins' resignation in October 2014. Soon after, the council appointed Janeé Ayers to take Jenkins' place.

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The Latest: Hundreds attend service for former Sen. Burns
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. Burns died last week of natural causes at 81. Hundreds of mourners paid tribute to the....

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How Mexican Cuisine Was Doing Fusion 500 Years Ago
"In Mexico, one of the most traditional desserts is crepas con cajeta ," notes Jinich, who was born and raised in Mexico and now hosts the popular cooking show Pati's Mexican Table on PBS. Served with a sweetened, almost nutty caramelized goat's milk sauce and topped with nuts, these crepes have become firmly embedded in the Mexican repertoire.

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The Latest: Hundreds attend service for former Sen. Burns
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — 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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The Latest: Hundreds attend service for former Sen. Burns
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — 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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Faithful pray for Round Rock, those who serve
Condit organized the annual gathering, which also featured spiritual leaders from Agape Christian Ministries, The Church at Round Rock, True Life Church, Abundant Faith Church, Faith 4 Life Church and Crosswalk Church. “A lot of people do the work,” Condit said, thanking the Chick-fil-A and....

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Home health aide wraps dementia patient up like mummy
A woman in Queens who hired a health care aide to take care of her mother was shocked to find out that the hired help was literally tying her mother up like a mummy. Hidden cameras revealed the sick scene, as the victim, who has dementia, was wrapped up in a sheet. Now, police are looking for the aide.

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Oppressed, Communist Cuba The Hot New Destination For US Celebrities
It is unclear if the Cuban government provided any funding for the show. It’s also unclear if Bundchen was compensated for being in Cuba separately from her contract as a spokeswoman. Chanel did not reply to The Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment. included actress Tilda Swinton and actor Vin Diesel.

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Cincinnati firefighter killed in crash laid to rest
GOOD AFTERNOON TO YOU. JOHN: IN ABOUT THREE HOURS, THE VINEYARD HERE IN SPRINGDALE WILL MOURN AND CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF A CINCINNATI FIREFIGHTER. AND THOSE WHO KNEW JORDAN PIENIAZEK WILL SEARCH FOR COMFORT IN EACH OTHER. TODAY'S GRIEF RESULTS FROM A TRAGEDY IN EVERY DIRECTION.

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The Latest: Hundreds attend service for former Sen. Burns
BILLINGS, Mont. - The Latest on funeral services for former Montana U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns. (all times local): 2:25 p.m. Former Montana U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns 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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The Latest: Hundreds attend service for former Sen. Burns
BILLINGS, Mont. - The Latest on funeral services for former Montana U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns. (all times local): 2:25 p.m. Former Montana U.S. Sen. Conrad Burns 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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Ducumentary Filmmaker Brian Ivie to Speak at Upcoming ‘Through the Lens’ Event
One young college student’s decision to spend his Christmas break documenting a South Korean pastor’s efforts to save hundreds of orphaned infants has changed not only his life and those of countless babies around the world but also the hearts of those who have witnessed this compelling story.

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