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email@example.comSTANFORD — A dust-up over prayer at Lincoln County High School's upcoming graduation ceremony has ruffled feathers and garnered national headlines, but some involved say the real issues at hand seem to be getting lost in a sea of misinformation....
firstname.lastname@example.orgBoyle County Fiscal Court unanimously decided Tuesday to have “non-denominational” prayers at the beginning of its meetings. Magistrates had reluctantly decided Jan. 8 to change the prayer portion of its meeting agenda to a “moment of...
email@example.comBoyle County Fiscal Court unanimously decided today to have “non-denominational” prayers at the beginning of its meetings. Magistrates had reluctantly decided Jan. 8 to change the prayer portion of meeting agenda to a “moment of...
Guest ColumnistFifty years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional the devotional use of the Bible by public schools, in its ruling on Abington Township v. Schempp. But many school districts in the Lone Star State still haven’t gotten the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBoyle County native Ricky Smith was attending a Christian church service about five years ago when he had an unusual epiphany — he was an atheist. Smith, 46, says he is the county resident who recently met with Boyle County Judge-Executive...
Let’s start the New Year with a conundrum as old as the Republic: When religious convictions clash with secular laws, how far should government go to accommodate religious claims of conscience? From Colonial conflicts over the refusal of Quakers...
email@example.comBoyle County Fiscal Court is changing its long-standing policy of prayer during meetings to a “moment of silence." An area resident who recently attended a Fiscal Court session was offended by what he believed was a Judeo-Christian prayer and...
Guest ColumnistThe two-year battle over posting the Ten Commandments on a high school wall in Giles County, Va., has been polarizing, angry and downright nasty. Last week, U.S. District Judge Michael Urbanski tried to avoid more litigation by ordering the warring...
State SenatorWe are entering the home stretch of the 2012 General Assembly with the attendant rush of bills as legislators feel the urgency of the dwindling days. The Senate had a very full week with legislation and committee meetings, and we received the budget...
Guest columnistContrary to culture-war mythology, God is alive and well in many, if not most, public schools. Visit almost any school in America and you’ll find students sharing their faith, reading their scriptures, saying grace before lunch and, in high...
LANCASTER — Shamus Ryan Fox, 35, of Cardinal Circle, died Sunday. Born Feb. 20, 1976, in Portsmouth, Ohio, he was a son of Paula and Kenneth Fox of Lancaster. He was a bricklayer, attended Forks of Dix River Baptist Church and helped coach several...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Obituaries
Property transfers for the week of Dec. 19 to Dec. 22. — Hunhar Farm LLC to Brian W. McGuire and Shannon M. McGuire, Renick Station Road, $1,900,000. — Geneva Watkins Estate to Johnny Watkins, lot 12, Hillcrest Manor, $65,000. — Garland...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Israel
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