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2015/04/24 22:39
2015/04/24 22:39
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... who seek help to leave the life of homosexuality may soon discover that there is no longer any help out there,” she said. “Homosexual activists and their homosexual attorneys are...
2015/04/24 22:39
2015/04/24 22:39
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2015/04/24 18:23
2015/04/24 18:23
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The inquest into the deaths of Edward, Bradley (9) and Ellen (6) Livingstone was held in Dunedin this week. It provided a chilling insight into Edward's mind and exposed failings in the handling of...
2015/04/24 17:39
2015/04/24 17:39
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The Blind Spot: Beyond No-Man’s Land At the low end, prevention measures costs the State of Alaska $9 per point of contact. Intensive substance abuse treatment costs $49,502 per person on average....
2015/04/24 16:31
2015/04/24 16:31
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Four Upstate bars are facing fines for selling alcohol to minors. The tickets were issued as part of the sixth annual "Out of Their Hands" campaign. It's a joint effort between the Anderson County...
2015/04/24 15:42
2015/04/24 15:42
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Though it is illegal, youth between the ages of 12 and 20 drink 11 percent of all alcohol consumed in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. When children...
2015/04/24 12:20
2015/04/24 12:20
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URBANA — Champaign County is ripe for implementation of a model program that would keep the homeless and mentally ill out of jail and enable them to get needed health care and social services, a...
2015/04/23 21:13
2015/04/23 21:13
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... at real estate open houses. Ultimately, he started using heroin. After five years in and out of rehab, jail time on drug charges and the loss of family, friends and what was once a...
2015/04/23 14:10
2015/04/23 14:10
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - National experts in a variety of fields are gathering in Columbia this week for a summit on marijuana. A conference entitled "The Blunt Truth: Today's Marijuana" is taking place...
2015/04/23 04:24
2015/04/23 04:24
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But according to some community leaders, a matter of collaboration - and a little initiative - can not only save lives now, but make a big difference for tomorrow's afflicted youth. On Wednesday, the...
2015/04/22 22:50
2015/04/22 22:50
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When it comes to child abuse, the Jacksonville community must focus on preventing, rather than reacting to, the problem, according to local experts. The Exchange Club Family Center hosted its 22nd...
2015/04/22 18:18
2015/04/22 18:18
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The evening started with the Hall of Info, where local organizations promoted activities and services available to area youths. The main event was a series of speeches addressing heroin use by teens...
2015/04/22 07:37
2015/04/22 07:37
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... has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and not tried." - Gilbert K. Chesterton quotes from BrainyQuote.com So, is the problem with Christianity...
2015/04/22 04:55
2015/04/22 04:55
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Sponsored by the Family Resource Network of the Eastern Panhandle, the annual event drew approximately 30 individuals - there was also a waiting list to attend - from various backgrounds including...
2015/04/21 20:27
2015/04/21 20:27
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A Republican governor who led one of the boldest welfare reforms at the state level in years is pursuing a new crackdown aimed at curbing abuse of benefits while requiring job searches. Maine Gov....
2015/04/21 18:22
2015/04/21 18:22
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You may feel as though everything you and she have done about the addiction has been in vain. Naturally, you want to help support the addict so she/he can regain her health and get back to life as it...
2015/04/21 06:09
2015/04/21 06:09
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The National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence (NCADD) delegates April as Alcohol Awareness Month, and has since 1987. In the words of the group's website, the purpose is to "help reduce the...
2015/04/21 05:26
2015/04/21 05:26
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SEBRING — As the number of drug and alcohol incidents increase, the school district plans to intensify its follow-up effort with students who have faced expulsion due to substance abuse issues. The...
2015/04/21 02:37
2015/04/21 02:37
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... Ann Arbor Catholic priest has urged his parishioners to arm themselves and attend classes at Christ the King parish to earn a concealed pistol license (CPL). So why not be straight up...
2015/04/20 23:45
2015/04/20 23:45
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Mike Vega points to the area of sidewalk in Madison, Wis., Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012, where he discovered a starving 15-year-old after she escaped from her abusive father and stepmother last week. The...
2015/04/20 21:31
2015/04/20 21:31
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Two reports presented to lawmakers last week criticized the Florida Department of Children and Families for poor oversight of the privatized agencies that deliver child-welfare, substance-abuse and...
2015/04/24 22:39
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