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The day that changed a Saskatchewan hockey town forever
“That’s a tough job,” Griffiths said. “Especially if you have lots of patients like they were on the scene … You’ve got to think: the people who aren’t yelling out and screaming ‘Help’ are actually the people who need more.” That helicopter then flew to Nipawin’s hospital, where most of the victims were taken.

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Why are Millennials running from religion? Blame hypocrisy
I think we can safely say that President Donald Trump has changed American politics forever. He won the White House with no political experience, didn’t release his tax returns, and the extent to which Russia was involved in tilting the election is still under investigation.

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PFDJ Turns to Prayers, Pastors Return to PFDJ
Every epoch in human history brings its own booming business and now, the business of Jesus Chris has become a very lucrative enterprise even the PFDJ is venturing int. And some gibberish talking, bible wielding, scriptures-flaunting and self-crowned prophets have committed themselves to working....

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Embattled SA businessman Joe Singh's woes worsen, fraud docket handed to DPP
. Embattled SA businessman Joe Singh's woes worsen, fraud docket handed to DPP ANA Reporter JOHANNESBURG, April 9 (ANA) - Embattled Just Coal CEO and pastor Joe Singh's legal woes have taken a turn for the worst as a docket of in which he is accused of fraud has been submitted to the Director of....

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Vance County deputies investigate string of arsons
Seven fires in Vance County that have caused tens of thousands of dollars in damage, including one that damaged a church property, were intentionally set, according to authorities. John Fisher, 79, spent decades collecting items in a shed that he built himself. After a fire destroyed it all, he feels helpless.

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Paralyzed survivor in hockey team bus crash wanted to help teammates, parents say
It is Pastor Sean Brandow's job to try to ease the pain of Humboldt's 6,000 residents. We asked him how the town will move past the tragedy. "There has to be healing," Brandow said. The Straschnitzkis say their son is a fighter, and is determined to remain optimistic.

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Paralyzed survivor in hockey team bus crash tried to help teammates, parents say
It is Pastor Sean Brandow's job to try to ease the pain of Humboldt's 6,000 residents. We asked him how the town will move past the tragedy. "There has to be healing," Brandow said. "Or our identity will be in our pain rather than in an honest reflection of the players.

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Watoto Choir heads to Springfield in May
Watoto Children's Choir: You can see the Watoto Children's Choir in Springfield on May 19 at the Westside Community Care organised All Properties Group Greater Springfield Family Fun Day. DON'T miss your chance to hear the soulful voices of the Watoto Children's Choir performing at Robelle Domain....

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St. Celestine pastor to lead new combined parish; St. Cyprian pastor headed to Arlington Heights church
The pastor at St. Celestine Catholic Church has been selected to lead the new parish that will combine the Elmwood Park church and St. Cyprian Catholic Church in River Grove. The Rev. Paul Cao will begin the role on July 1, according to the Archdiocese of Chicago .

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Connelly: McKinney was civil rights warrior, fought in trenches
The warm tributes pouring in Saturday and Sunday have delved very little into McKinney's tough early years in Seattle, after taking the pulpit of Mt. Zion in 1958. "The Mountain" played a central role in moving mountains. Seattle, in the early 1960's, extended a cold shoulder to its African-American citizens.

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Akwa Ibom govt rejects pastor’s indictment in deadly church collapse
The Akwa Ibom State government has said that the pastor whose church building collapsed and killed 27 people in the state in 2016 is not culpable of any crime. The tragic incident occurred during the consecration ceremony of the founder and pastor of Reigners Bible Church, Uyo, Akan Weeks, as a bishop.

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One victim of Humboldt crash misidentified, ministry says
"The Labelles would have been called in," he said. Wilby said the mistake is unprecedented in Saskatchewan's history and the families affected have been very understanding. They became aware of new information coming from the hospital late Sunday night that they had the two boys' identities confused.

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Funeral services set for civil rights icon F.D. Reese
FILE - In a Sunday March 6, 2016, file photo, civil rights activist Rev. F.D. Reese rides across the Edmund Pettus Bridge ahead of marchers on the 51st anniversary of the voting rights demonstration that came to be known as "Bloody Sunday," in Selma, Ala. Civil rights icon Frederick D. Reese has died.

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Nduka Chiejina and Collins Nweze, Uyo
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) said on Monday it is in the process of finalizing the creation of a N500 billion fund with the Nigeria Export-Import Bank (NEXIM) to assist local manufacturers interested in non-oil exports. The CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, who disclosed this at the ongoing....

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Humboldt pastor's anguished speech: 'Where was God?'
I really wanted to wear a suit but apparently that was 35 pounds ago, so my pants don’t fit. So in honour of Mr. Trudeau I wore my fancy socks but you can’t see them because of my cowboy boots. A real Saskatchewan thing. I don’t want to be here, I really don’t want to be here, but it’s good that we are.

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Funeral set for civil rights icon F.D. Reese
By The Associated Press MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Funeral services to honor the life of civil rights icon Frederick D. Reese have been set for Thursday and Friday. Reese, who was known as F.D., was an early leader in the civil rights movement and invited Martin Luther King Jr. to work in Selma. Reese died on April 5 at the age of 88.

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Amid Crackdown on Dissent, Six Vietnamese Human Rights Activists Are Dealt Long Prison Sentences
This article by Kathy Triệu is from Loa, a news website and podcast of Viet Tan that broadcasts stories about Vietnam. It is republished by Global Voices as part of a content-sharing agreement. Six activists were sentenced to between seven and 15 years in prison on charges of subversion after a one-day trial in Hanoi.

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Continue reading These do-gooders are onto something good to erase millions in medical debt for North Texas families
Any Texan who has spent time in a hospital for a medical procedure knows the bills can skyrocket. Those who suffer the misfortune of a chronic ailment may owe hundreds of thousands of dollars. No wonder that health problems can send families to the brink of financial ruin.

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Monte run continues
CD Montesinos 3 – 1 CD Dolores. CD Montesinos continued their remarkable run in this league, exceeding all predictions that a newly promoted side could be so high in the league. However, the early exchanges with CD Dolores showed them to be up for a good game and Monte’s defence were put to test right from the start.

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Opinion The strong arms of Saskatchewan
Lorna Dueck is host of Context TV “Let the strong arms of Saskatchewan provide a loving embrace,” said a tearful Premier Scott Moe, to a press conference on the shock of losing 15 people in the Humboldt Broncos’ deadly bus crash. The camera’s clicked, panned, and the mental image of the province, a tangible source of strength, has lingered.

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Teachers offered prayer, support at Bapt revival
Teacher Debra Davis speaks to a crowd gathered on Sunday, April 8, for a revival at St. John Missionary Baptist Church in northeast Oklahoma City. [Photo by Carla Hinton, The Oklahoman] Debra Davis said she and many of her colleagues had been on an "emotional roller coaster" since they joined....

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Canadian officials say body in bus crash misidentified
Saskatchewan's Ministry of Justice said today one of the deceased in the crash that killed 15 people en route to a hockey playoff game was misidentified, partly because the players all had blond-dyed and similar builds. The ministry said the body of was mistaken for that of Xavier Labelle.

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Outcry Christian festival in Wichita to feature workshops, praise bands
While other Christian festival tours have played Wichita’s Intrust Bank Arena, the Outcry Tour on Friday, April 13, includes an educational component, with the mainstage performers conducting afternoon workshops. “Outcry is geared more toward equipping worship leaders and equipping the church,” said....

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Dad beat 5-year-old boy to death, disposed of body in 'remote area,' authorities say
DICKSON COUNTY, Tennessee -- The search for the body of Joe Clyde Daniels continued in Dickson County on Monday as the boy’s father, Court documents released Monday morning indicate that Joseph Ray Daniels told investigators he beat the boy to death , put Joe Clyde's body in the trunk of his car and disposed of the remains in a "remote area.

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2019: Pastor Bakare speaks on Buhari’s re-election bid
Founder and Senior Pastor of the Latter Rain Assembly, Lagos, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has reacted to the declaration by President Muhammadu Buhari to contest for Presidency come 2019 election. President Buhari had announced his intention to go for second term at the National Executive Council meeting of the APC held in Abuja on Monday.

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PTDF modifies overseas scholarship scheme, suspends tests for applicants
*Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan (2nd r) handing over a scholarship award to one of the recepients while CAN president, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor (r), Prof. Gabriel Yomere (l) and others look on. The PTDF also disclosed that it has entered into a partnership with top universities in France,....

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