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Perspectves of a Layman

Ideas on how to engage youth | in the ways of moral living By BRANDON A. PERRY Last week’s front-page religion article dealt with...

The Way

As he reflects on two decades of community and ministry service Rev. James C. Anyike considers the impact of his latest assignment as pastor...

I forgive marion, can you?

Marion Jones asked for my forgiveness, so I’m going to give it to her. I’m handing her my forgiveness on a used paper plate...

Fall allergies worse than spring and summer

Attention allergy sufferers: if you’re sneezing, sniffling and rubbing your eyes more than you did during the summer, don’t worry it’s normal. While it...

Daniels ready to prove worth

Marquis Daniels didn’t make the splash he wanted last year. Sidelined 25 games with an injured knee, the laid back, multi-positioned guard only gave...

Colts get ‘bye’

with depth, confidence as tough stretch approaches By BARATO BRITT Five games into the season and hands down, the Indianapolis Colts are the best...

IPS hosts national Infusion Conference

The 20th Annual Conference on Infusion of History and Culture in the school curriculum will take place Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007 at Crispus Attucks...

The pursuit of happiness

BENJAMIN JR. “And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” – Galatians...

Colts battered, bruised but perfect through first quarter

Football is a collision sport. In the National Football League, where the world’s top athletes collide with each other at full speed, surviving a...

Study finds no link between

immunizations and autism By ERICKA P. THOMPSON The autism debate continues to rage after a study released last week found that a controversial vaccine...


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