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Ventura County Star
Could homeless families live in churches? Idea discussed in VenturaLutheran Church, Community Presbyterian Church and the Unitarian Universalist C
Could homeless families live in churches? Idea discussed in Ventura
Ventura County Star / Posted 7 days ago
Lutheran Church, Community Presbyterian Church and the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura. The Rev. Susan Bek, rector of St. Paul's, talked about her experience with Family Promise while she was serving in a congregation in Santa... Read more
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The Morning Call
Lehigh Valley religious leaders offer support for Muslimssigned this statement: Rev. Dr. Lloyd Steffen, University Chaplain, Lehigh Univ
Lehigh Valley religious leaders offer support for Muslims
The Morning Call / Posted 8 days ago
signed this statement: Rev. Dr. Lloyd Steffen, University Chaplain, Lehigh University; Rev. Dr. Larry Pickens, ecumenical director, Lehigh Conference of Churches; Most Rev. John O. Barres, bishop of Allentown Diocese, Roman Catholic Church;... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Proposed city work leads to human remains discovery in St. Augustinea deeper look at what's already there. This was being done so new construction
Proposed city work leads to human remains discovery in St. Augustine
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 10 days ago
a deeper look at what's already there. This was being done so new construction doesn't disturb anything historical. Father Tom Willis,rector of Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine can't believe his eyes. “It's almost an in your face type of... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
January 20, 2016MERS Inc., L5, B5 of Midwestern Farm Subdivision, Section 4, aka 4820 Rhea Road
January 20, 2016
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 17 days ago
MERS Inc., L5, B5 of Midwestern Farm Subdivision, Section 4, aka 4820 Rhea Road, $90.750.00, Doc. 639. Todd J. Wilds to Tom Wood, Trustee MERS Inc., L15, B4 of Ranch Estates, Section 6, 105 Garrett St., Burk, $94,170.00, Doc. 640. Daniel J.... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
In wake of staff exits, Detroit's daily newspapers must decide how to use resourcesFree Press say they are planning to replace at least some of the departing vete
In wake of staff exits, Detroit's daily newspapers must decide how to use resources
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 26 days ago
Free Press say they are planning to replace at least some of the departing veteran talent, which included columnists Tom Walsh and Laura Berman, while focusing on print and digital journalism they believe will serve reader needs. Shrinking... Read more

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