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  • Funeral for Mokena soldier: 'He loved his country and what it stood for'

    Funeral for Mokena soldier: 'He loved his country and what it stood for'
    American flags lined streets in Mokena Tuesday, the day of Army Pfc. Aaron Toppen’s funeral. It was a fitting tribute for a patriotic teen who dreamed of serving in the military and always flew the stars and stripes from the bed of his pickup truck,...
  • Two Arundel candidates labeled as 'extremist' by Southern Poverty Law Center

    Two Arundel candidates labeled as 'extremist' by Southern Poverty Law Center
    Michael Anthony Peroutka and David Whitney, who are vying for the same seat on the Anne Arundel County Council, are members of the League of the South, an organization whose stated goal is the secession of Southern states. Peroutka also believes...
  • Virginia Methodists discuss gay marriage issue

     Virginia Methodists discuss gay marriage issue
    The question of gay marriage in the United Methodist Church is up for debate among its Virginia members. On Saturday, attendees of the annual gathering of the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church are scheduled to consider seven resolutions...
  • Procession to lead soldier's body to Mokena

    Procession to lead soldier's body to Mokena
    The body of Army Pfc. Aaron Toppen will land at Midway Airport Saturday afternoon and be taken by an escort to his home town in the south suburbs. Toppen, 19, died in Afghanistan this month from an air strike in what is believed to be one of the...
  • Consider job factor in grads vs. parents: My Word

    "Are today's grads worse off than their parents?" was a question posed in an OrlandoSentinel.com headline on June 10. But perhaps a better question would be, "Are today's college grads prepared to get a job?" In one survey, 83 percent of students...
  • 'Nature's God' explores 'heretical origins' of religion in U.S.

    'Nature's God' explores 'heretical origins' of religion in U.S.
    Matthew Stewart wants to make one thing perfectly clear: The United States was not founded as a Christian nation. The principles that inspired the American Revolution, he argues in "Nature's God: The Heretical Origins of the American Republic," belong...
  • Dieruff High School graduates 447

    Dieruff High School held graduation ceremonies June 14. The valedictorian was Nadim Ammari and the salutatorian was Mishleen M. Bashour. Diplomas were awarded to 447 students. Graduates are: A Fadi Jamil Abboud, Ashley Aylin Abdalla, Zahraa...
  • 2014 Broward high school football schedule

    2014 Broward high school football schedule
    The high school football season kicks off Aug. 29 with several good matchups. Defending Class 5A state champion American Heritage faces perennial state power St. Thomas Aquinas at Sun Life Stadium to open the regular season. That's just the tip of...
  • 2014 Palm Beach high school football schedule

    2014 Palm Beach high school football schedule
      The 2014 high school football season kicks off Aug. 29. Here are some of the featured games that could have an impact during the upcoming season. On opening week, Glades Central visits defending Class 7A state champ Dwyer and American Heritage-...
  • 65 years ago, Altoona, Penn., was Billy Graham's crucible

    ALTOONA, Penn. In the fall of 1949, the Rev. Billy Graham led an eight-week series of revival meetings in Los Angeles, drawing multitudes and making converts of celebrities and commoners. He rocketed into the headlines and hasn't left them since, even...
  • Keeping The Faith: Jolts En Route To Religious Acceptance

    Keeping The Faith: Jolts En Route To Religious Acceptance
    Stephen L. Saltzman was at New York University, almost done with his studies in a tax law program, when a well-meaning Irish Catholic instructor invited him to interview at a large Boston law firm where he worked. But when Saltzman got to Massachusetts,...