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'The devil took her,' mother says as gunned-down Clemente student is laid to rest - Chicago Sun-Times
BY TINA SFONDELES Staff Reporterfirstname.lastname@example.org Frances Conlon's mother Dorothy Payton, center, is comforted by Nicole Calyen-Payton, her niece, during the funeral for Clemente High School student Frances Colon at Bethesda Church in Chicago, Ill., on Saturday, March 2, 2013. Frances Colon, 18, was fatally shot on February 15. | Andrew A.
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Now is the time to remember the victims - JSOnline
Satwant Singh Kaleka Paramjit Kaur Brian Murphy Sita Singh Prakash Singh Punjab Singh Ranjit Singh Santokh Singh Suveg Singh Remember these people - victims of a killer who attacked the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek Sunday morning. Six are dead, three grievously injured by a man with a 9mm handgun legally purchased at the end of July.
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New American Food-Stamp Plantation is a SNAP
The House Agriculture Committee has reported out its version of a new farm bill that will cut $16.5 billion over 10 years from funding of SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), once known as food stamps. The cuts in the House bill exceed those in the Senate bill by $12 billion.
¿Quién es Angie Cepeda?
Reconocida por su talento, admirada por su belleza y apreciada por su calidez y sencillez; Angie Cepeda construyó en su natal Colombia los cimientos de una exitosa carrera que la llevó a cruzar fronteras. Su papel protagónico en la serie "El Patrón del Mal" la trajo de vuelta después de 15 años a tierras colombianas para personificar a la amante de Pablo Escobar.
Newt salute: Sun-Times owner speaks for himself
I'm sure it meant nothing to most readers of the Sun-Times. But to those with long memories and an appreciation for the paper's history, the irony was rich indeed. Leading off Monday's Daily Splash celebrity puffery was a full-page essay written by Sun-Times chairman Michael Ferro, the media mogul wannabe whose investor group acquired the paper last December.
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A legless man who doctors said "would never do much with his life" climbed Mount Kilimanjaro this week - using only his hands. Spencer West, 31, a motivational speaker and activist from Toronto, reached Africa's highest peak on Tuesday, despite suffering from a rare spinal disorder that resulted in both of his legs being amputated when he was 5.
Genesis 6 NIV84 | YouVersion
Ancient heroes 1 When the number of people started to increase throughout the fertile land, daughters were born to them. 2 The divine beings saw how beautiful these human women were, so they married the ones they chose. 3 The LORD said, "My breatht will not remain in humans forever, because they are flesh.
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Matthew 5 MSG | YouVersion
You're Blessed 1-2 When Jesus saw his ministry drawing huge crowds, he climbed a hillside. Those who were apprenticed to him, the committed, climbed with him. Arriving at a quiet place, he sat down and taught his climbing companions. This is what he said: 3 "You're blessed when you're at the end of your rope.
Jumpers by Tad Friend
Shortly after ten-thirty in the morning on Wednesday, March 19th, a real-estate agent named Paul Alarab began hiking across the Golden Gate Bridge. Midway along the walkway, which carries pedestrians and cyclists between San Francisco and Marin County, he stopped and climbed the four-foot safety railing.