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2 Years After Cemetery Shutdown, Families Still Seek Answers
Jackie Hughes longs to grieve over her sister's death in simple ways: visit her grave, lay out flowers, and pour a can of Bud Light — her sister's favorite — on the spot. But three years after Tawana Hillard's death, Hughes hasn't been able to spill a drop. Hillard is missing.

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Pastors baffled by evangelicals' love of Trump
Leading evangelicals are dismayed by their congregations' surprising support for Donald Trump in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries. "I just can't believe so many Bible-believing Christians are voting for someone who so clearly doesn't share our values," one politically active evangelical....

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2 years after cemetery shutdown, families still seek answers
BARTLETT, Tennessee Jackie Hughes longs to grieve over her sister's death in simple ways: visit her grave, lay out flowers, and pour a can of Bud Light her sister's favorite on the spot. But three years after Tawana Hillard's death, Hughes hasn't been able to spill a drop. Hillard is missing.

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New Detroit church aims to bridge divides
Detroit's Midtown area has seen a burst of growth, with new pricey apartment complexes, hip restaurants and craft breweries popping up as investment pours in. But it still has poverty, a homeless population and longtime residents who struggle. A good place, Pastor Sonny Smith thought, to spread the message of the gospel.

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Don’t Consider Chibok Girls Secondary, Pastor Bakare Urges FG
The Pastor of Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare has urged the federal government to take the issue of the abducted Chibok girls as priority and intensify effort in the rescue of the abducted girls. Bakare who was speaking during a Special Prayer Service for the abducted girls at the Unity....

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Charlie Baker calls gay business group's decision not to honor him 'petty and unfortunate'
In a statement Thursday, Baker said he was “disappointed that some are putting partisan politics ahead of the sound public policy of treating gay and lesbian business owners with dignity and respect.” While the governor said he “look[s] forward to reviewing further proposals should they reach [his]....

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Erie County real estate transactions
ALDEN. • 2079 Crittenden Road, Mildred D. Lenney; Norbert E. Lenney to Katelyn M. Pielechowski, $125,080. • Vacant land Irving Street, Patricia Best; Arlene Alice Lisiecki; David Lisiecki; Square&company Niagara to Samantha Kraus; William J. Kraus, $80,000. • Vacant land Genesee Street, Daniel J. Coakley Sr.

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Through theater, Nigerian women ‘talk true’ to men
Producer, director, performer, writer, architect. Over the past two decades, Ifeoma Fafunwa has worn many hats searching for the ideal vehicle with which to marry her art with her deep concerns for the world. Two years ago, she found it with the ambitious, critically acclaimed Nigerian production....

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Catholics laud pope’s change in tone on divorce, remarriage
“God’s love is for all of us,” said Shakur, after attending Mass at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross on Sunday. “It’s difficult enough to go through a divorce. You just want mercy and grace.” On Sunday, Shakur and other Catholics in the Boston area praised Pope Francis’ proclamation on family life in....

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Angry readers bomb columnist over Buhari
WHAT I thought was a balanced and objective piece on this page last week, has left me with a ‘bloody eye’ from readers of this column. In the piece entitled: “Be­tween Expectations and Reality,” I had made a case for Nigerians to balance their expectations of the Buhari administration against the....

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She would lose the government allocated car plus chauffer and police escort, as she would no longer be regarded as first lady. Pastor Joy will also lose a full medical cover and first class travel when flying abroad amongst other benefits. These benefits are provided for by the Finance Circular No.2 of 2013.

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Five Reasons
Sooner or later we all encounter people who don’t believe the claims of Christianity. (Indeed, we were once there ourselves!) Today, I’d like to share FIVE REASONS why I believe Jesus rose from the dead. The reasons are easy to remember and well worth learning. 1. The empty tomb.

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Disputed Land: Court Orders Adefarasin, Church to Maintain Status Quo
Davidson Iriekpen Justice Adebisi Akinlade of the Lagos State High Court sitting in Igbosere on Sunday restated the order restraining popular Lagos Pastor, Paul Adefarasin, and his church, House on the Rock, from taking over a land belonging to a businessman, Gerald Chukwueke.

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Bakare flays leaders for politicising Chibok girls’ abduction
Adelani Adepegba, Abuja. The General Overseer, Latter Rain Assembly, Lagos, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has lampooned politicians and political parties for using the abduction of 219 Chibok schoolgirls to score cheap political points. He noted that the nation had not given the issue the necessary....

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Chibok girls: Tunde Bakare weeps, says FG not doing enough
By Omeiza Ajayi. A BUJA —Fiery preacher and Senior Pastor of the Latter Rain Gospel Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare yesterday in Abuja, amid tears, chided the Federal Government for doing so little to rescue the 219 Chibok girls abducted two years ago. Pastor Tunde Bakare.

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For some, getting ahead financially simply means not falling behind 11-Apr-16 14
April is National Financial Literacy Month, and that leads to lots of events aimed at helping people become better money managers. But during a recent live discussion, I received a question that we should all be asking as we strive to reach higher financial ground.

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Customs officers shoot suspected burglar dead
Afeez Hanafi and Olaleye Aluko. Some officers of the Nigerian Customs Service have allegedly shot dead a suspected burglar, identified as Sunday Joseph, in the Ikeja area of Lagos State. PUNCH Metro learnt that the customs men, who had lodged in a hotel on Anike Apena Street, off Unity Road in the....

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Politics Charlie Baker calls gay business group's decision to not honor him 'petty and unfortunate'
Lizzy Guyton, Baker’s press secretary, confirmed Sunday to Boston.com that the governor, as planned, did attend and give a closed-door speech at the conference Saturday. In a statement Thursday, Baker said he was “disappointed that some are putting partisan politics ahead of the sound public policy....

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North Side activists aim to close corporate loopholes in Illinois
North Side activists rallied Sunday around legislation they hope will end Illinois’ nearly yearlong budget stalemate and secured commitments from lawmakers at a full-house community convention in Lake View. ONE Northside is pursuing legislation in Springfield its members say would close $2.5 billion annually in corporate tax loopholes.

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Landmark St. Paul Methodist Church closing after 156 years in Denver
Attendance at Sunday worship service has dwindled to around 20 people, said the Rev. Jessica Rooks, who only took the helm at St. Paul in July 2015. "It's sad," Rooks said. "It's sad to see a community that's been around as long as it has grieve and go through this process." Their numbers started fading in the last years of the Rev.

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From drug addict and gangster to counsellor
Standing in front of the bathroom mirror one morning in 2007, Mr Johnny Chin was jolted by an image he could never forget. His eyes were sunken, with dark circles imprinted under them, a stark contrast to his pale complexion. His cheekbones seemed to jut out from his scrawny face.

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How the rabbi who never knew Alberto Nisman became his family’s pastor
Argentine law stipulates that a body must be formally identified before burial. On the day of his death, Sara Garfunkel had been taken by jittery police officers to Nisman’s apartment, where she was the first to see his lifeless body splayed on the bathroom floor in a pool of drying blood.

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An Idaho teen has been sentenced to spend the next 20 years ...
Dazu sfgate.com: Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland last month made national headlines when he was asked about a new Idaho law that sets standards for processing rape kit evidence Because the majority of our rapes, not to say that we don't have rapes, we do, but the majority of our rapes that are....

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‘It takes a village to abuse a child’: I got an early tip about a priest who molested children. And I sat on it
I always knew that watching Spotlight was going to be difficult for me, so I kept putting it off. Finally, with my wife out of town last week, I sprawled on the family-room floor with my two big dogs and steeled myself to view the Oscar-winning film about the investigation of sexual abuse in Boston’s Catholic Church.

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Toronto council moved to extinguish the city’s hookahs
winnipegfreepress.com weiter: TORONTO - The Blue Jays have placed reliever Frankin Morales on the 15-day disabled list with left-shoulder fatigue Morales was warming up in the bullpen during Friday's game against visiting Boston when he was shut down after complaining of a dead arm .

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Winnipeg mom credits Cooper Nemeth for son's decision to seek help for drug addiction
Nemeth was missing for one week before his body was found at a home not far from the house where he was last seen alive on Feb. 14. Police said the death was drug-related. "Before this, I was numb to the situations that were happening in my own household," said Ramona Waldner, 37 She was one of....

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