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“I Thought I Was Just Designing a Shed, but the Vision Kept Growing!”

I have been pastoring in the Presbyterian Church in America since 1989. Missions has always been close to my heart, and it has been my joy to lead numerous mission trips overseas and in the USA. 447 more words

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Mizzou WR suspended due to a banned substance

The Missouri Tigers’ war of attrition at wide receiver continues.

Sophomore Levi Copelin has been suspended for the 2014 campaign due to taking a banned substance. 403 more words

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Scents detected while mowing said lawn:

Dry dust.
Exhaust.
Petrol.
Aerosolized plant and insect life.
The sharp reek of wild onion.
The crisp tang of mint.
Distant barbecue.

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Earthquakes spark more questions

WICHITA, Kansas – The U.S. Geological Survey says an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.3 struck northern Oklahoma on Monday night.

The USGS reports the quake with an epicenter about 15 miles west-southwest of Medford hit around 9:45 p.m. 337 more words

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Letters from Quigley (8)

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Hi everyone,

Quigley here. Another whirlwind week has passed and I’ve got a story or two to tell. First of all, I have to say, once again, thank you to everyone for making me feel welcome. 1,436 more words

A new adventure, a new job

I have to be honest: Job hunting was tough, and I am not a good unemployed person. Although  I enjoyed the time to travel and be with family, when I was back in OKC looking for work (applying to jobs across the country and world) it was exhausting. 289 more words

Study: 1 in 3 Americans delinquent on debt; How Oklahomans compare

OKLAHOMA CITY – While the economy is slowly getting better, it seems Americans are still in debt.

More than a third of the country struggles paying debts on time, according to a study released by the… 167 more words

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