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Before we expect from our Maker world peace, there must, of necessity, be an internal desire for peace among His people. The true Christian, ordained... [Read More]
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The state Board of Education continues to brainstorm the best way to reopen schools in the fall. [Read More]
Several Macarthur High School student athletes have tested positive for Coronovirus. [Read More]
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The troop's leader said earning this award will be a big achievement, especially because most of the girls have been scouts for years. [Read More]
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Political analysts say Wisconsin's young adult voters are more important than ever... [Read More]
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Multiple items sit on the agenda for Tuesday night's city council meeting. [Read More]
When a person gets tested, Huntsville Hospital CEO David Spillers said they should quarantine until their results come back. That's exactly what some Huntsville Hospital... [Read More]
The NFL's Washington Redskins will retire its name and logo after more than 80 years. [Read More]
In June, at least 176 individuals requested help for homelessness in Chippewa County. [Read More]
The center's executive director said the building still plans to be fully operational throughout construction. [Read More]
3M is investigating PFAS, a broad group of materials once manufactured by the company, at a former Morgan County landfill off Old Moulton Road. But... [Read More]
A local ministry will be able to help feed families in the Lawton Fort Sill community after a substantial donation was given. [Read More]
A day after a tow truck was killed on I-44 while trying to hook up a truck, towing experts explains what drivers need to do... [Read More]
With the first day of school for Huntsville City Schools students just weeks away, some parents are concerned about sending their kids back in the... [Read More]
An advocate from the center said because of the pandemic, the virtual sessions will provide a consistent outlet for survivors. [Read More]
A boil-water advisory was issued a few years back at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, now officials are working to fix the problem. [Read More]
As many Americans are just now returning to work, there's concern over new COVID-19 cases possibly causing yet another surge in unemployment. [Read More]
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