High winds and a fire from an abandoned home were a tragic combination Wednesday as flames jumped from rooftop to rooftop, leaving at least two senior citizens without homes and displacing many others.
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City Council opposes additional border fencing
The Douglas City Council passed a resolution opposing the proposed additional border fence.
Catholic Bishops in U.S., Mexico come together on reform
In a landmark pastoral letter issued by the Catholic bishops of Mexico and the United States, Strangers No Longer: Together on the Journey of Hope, the bishops acknowledge that the current immigration system is badly in need of reform and that a comprehensive approach to fixing it is required. The bishops offer a comprehensive set of recommendations for changing U.S. laws and policies to reflect the principles contained in Scripture and Catholic Social Teaching and to bring about a more humane and just immigration system in the United States.
Muslims, Mormons work together to rush aid to Indonesia quake victims
SALT LAKE CITY - Islamic Relief Worldwide and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are working together to provide urgently needed medical supplies to victims of the devastating earthquake that struck Indonesia on Saturday.
Vacation Bible School starts June 10
Vacation Bible School starts June 10 at the First Presbyterian Church.
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