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Four years since ‘Marikana Massacre,’ new charges rock British mining giant

| August 16, 2016
Four years since ‘Marikana Massacre,’ new charges rock British mining giant

(GIN)—Prayers are being said this week for 34 men, employees of the UK mining company Lonmin, who were fatally shot Aug. 16, 2012 during a strike and protest action over pay and conditions at the Marikana platinum mine. The shootings, by the South African Police Service, unleashed a national crisis. A Commission, appointed by President […]

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Man shot in parking lot on River Run Trail

| August 16, 2016
Man shot in parking lot on River Run Trail

FORT WAYNE—At approximately 9:58 p.m., Aug. 14, officers with the Fort Wayne Police Department responded to a report of a male shot in the parking lot of 1900 River Run Trail. Officers arrived and located a male suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The male was determined to be in critical condition, and was taken […]

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Man fatally shot in steakhouse parking lot

| August 16, 2016
Man fatally shot in steakhouse parking lot

FORT WAYNE—At approximately 9:38 p.m., Aug. 14,officers with the Fort Wayne Police Department responded to a report of a male shot in the parking lot of 710 W. Washington Center Road, the site of Texas Roadhouse steakhouse. Officers arrived and located an adult male, later identified as 28-year-old Jeff Lute, who was pronounced deceased by […]

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Angie Logan tabbed as new chief nursing officer at Lutheran Hospital

| August 15, 2016
Angie Logan tabbed as new chief nursing officer at Lutheran Hospital

FORT WAYNE—After conducting a national search, Lutheran Hospital has selected Angie Logan, MSN, RN, PCCN, as its new chief nursing officer. Logan, who will assume her responsibilities at Lutheran in September, has been the CNO at Dupont Hospital since 2014. Having started her professional career at Lutheran Hospital in 2000, Logan is no stranger to […]

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This is why black-owned newspapers matter

| August 15, 2016
This is why black-owned newspapers matter

By Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. (NNPA President and CEO) In 2017, we will celebrate 190th anniversary of the Black Press in America. Since the first publication of Freedom’s Journal on March 16, 1827 in New York City, black-owned newspapers have led the way when it comes to raising a voice of consciousness for Black […]

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Baptist Ministers Conference to hold revival

| August 14, 2016
Baptist Ministers Conference to hold revival

FORT WAYNE—The Fort Wayne Baptist Ministers Conference is scheduled to host its Annual Summer Revival at 7 p.m. each evening from Aug. 23 through Aug. 25 at Antioch Baptist Church, 425 Agnes St. The theme of the revival is “There is Still a Need for Revival taken from Psalm 138:7. The guest preacher for the […]

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Spiritually Speaking: Faith Is a Verb

| August 14, 2016
Spiritually Speaking: Faith Is a Verb

By James Washington (The Dallas Weekly, NNPA Member) Scripture says you should live your life in such a way that those around you can see the Jesus in you: “In the same way, let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven.”—Matthew 5:16 I know […]

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The straight and narrow way

| August 13, 2016
The straight and narrow way

By Jackie Wall, Doorkeeper of the Greater Living House of Yahweh With the authority and approval of Bishop Joe Swanson PRAISE YAHSHUA! We here at our Father’s House of Yahweh have constantly said that we invite anyone to come and discuss what they feel they know about the Father, his Son, and about his plan […]

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Who are His enemies?

| August 12, 2016
Who are His enemies?

By Jackie Wall Under the authority with approval of Bishop Joe Swanson Praise Yahsua! Let me ask you a question if you were standing in front of our Father what name would you use to acknowledge him?  What one would you use, his true name or, Lord meaning Baal, Elohim meaning more than one, or […]

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Financial justice key focus at 2016 NAACP convention

| August 12, 2016
Financial justice key focus at 2016 NAACP convention

By Charlene Crowell (NNPA News Wire Columnist) With 2,200 branches across the country and added presence on 60 military installations, five located overseas, the NAACP’s grassroots reach is unparalleled. And throughout its 107 year history, the annual NAACP conference has addressed issues that affect people of color. From the Niagara Movement, to Jim Crow, and […]

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