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Secret Service Preparing for Cleveland “Civil War”

Yesterday protests outside of a Trump rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico, became violent. Although I will never condone violence for any reason, I was not surprised. 506 more words

From Azusa Street to Cleveland: How the Book of Acts was Repeated in Ohio in 1906


This Week in AG History — May 13, 1916

By Darrin Rodgers
Originally published on PE-News, 12 May 2016

The Pentecostal movement came to Cleveland, Ohio, in 1906 in a spiritual outpouring sparked by the Azusa Street Revival in Los Angeles. 635 more words

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Five Things that Will Lower Your Overall Material Handling Costs

Reducing your costs means increasing your profits—and increasing your profits has never been more challenging than in recent years.  Our experience with hundreds of various types of operations, utilizing hundreds of pieces of equipment in more than a thousand ways, has exposed us to thousands of variations in facilities, equipment, and applications. 505 more words

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Complementary medicine: the stigma and why people don't believe it

Whenever I visit my parents, they ask me things like, “What should I eat to alleviate back pain” or “What foods should I avoid to improve my eyesight?” Many who grew up with Eastern cultural influences have herbs and “complementary medicines” to take care of the body. 1,038 more words

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Cleveland settles lawsuit from family of Tamir Rice, 12-year-old killed by police, for $6 million

Cleveland on Monday reached a US$6 million settlement in a lawsuit over the death of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old black boy shot by a white police officer while playing with a pellet gun outside a recreation centre. 543 more words

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In a big country dreams stay with you.

One of those who taught me to dream bigger was Prince Rogers Nelson. I didn’t meet him but his music met my soul and his dedication to the thing he loved to do was and always will be an inspiration to me. 309 more words

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I-Team: Partial settlement in suit over child nearly killed by downed wire

CLEVELAND, Ohio- The FOX 8 I-Team has found the city of Cleveland paying big money to the family of a child permanently disabled by a downed power line. 342 more words

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