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Love in the Name of Christ is pleased to announce the development of ministry outreach partners that are available to speak to all churches, clubs and any other organizations wishing to learn more about the many ministries offered locally through Love in the Name of Christ. Please join us in… Read more

The Titusville Senior Center will hold its Memorial Day Picnic on Tuesday, May 31. The picnic will include hamburgers and hot dogs, plus all the fixin’s. Be sure to wear red, white and blue. After lunch, Bocce Ball will take place in the lawn. Reservations are required, and can be made by ca… Read more

Drake Well Museum announced Ambassador Khazar Ibrahim, the Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the United States of America, will visit the museum on May 25. His visit will begin with a private tour of the historic site which will be followed by a public lecture and press conference Read more

The Titusville YWCA and area organizations gathered on Tuesday to show kids that learning is fun. As a part of the state wide Remake Learning Days initiative, organizations came to the YWCA to treat the kids to some fun learning activities, while also giving out some information about themselves. Read more

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Just hours after graduating high school, a Mississippi teenager was arrested in what has been described as a domestic dispute that left one person dead. News outlets report Lowndes County Sheriff Eddie Hawkins said 18-year-old Justin Robert Coggins, of Caledonia, was arrested Saturday after he allegedly shot and killed 33-year-old Dustin Hoffpauir at a home in Caledonia. Hawkins said the shooting happened just hours after Coggins had graduated from Caledonia High School. He’s now being held at the Lowndes County Adult Detention Center. It was unknown if he has an attorney who could speak on his behalf. Authorities have not released details of what led to the shooting or the nature of Hoffpauir’s relationship to Coggins.

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Wilco goes country as only it can on “Cruel Country,” an immensely rich 21-track deep dive into America that is a raw and engaging take on our tumultuous times. In a review, The Associated Press’ Scott Bauer says “Cruel Country" offers solace in music and community. For longtime fans of Wilco, “Cruel Country” feels in some ways like an extension of the band’s “Mermaid Avenue” songs that were based on lyrics of Woody Guthrie. But “Cruel Country,” a reference more to the subject matter than the musical style, is very much Wilco’s take on America as it currently exists.

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Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki has officially landed at MSNBC, where she is expected to make appearances on the network’s cable and streaming programs as well as host a new original show. Psaki will also appear on NBC and during MSNBC’s primetime special election programming throughout the midterms and 2024 presidential election. Psaki most recently served as White House spokesperson for the first 16 months of the Biden administration. She previously served as White House communications director under former President Barack Obama and as the spokeswoman for the Department of State.

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Actor Amber Heard has rested her case in the civil suit between her and ex-husband Johnny Depp without calling Depp to the stand. Heard’s lawyers had initially suggested they would call Depp, but they ultimately opted against it when they rested their case Tuesday morning. Depp is suing Heard for libel in Virginia over an op-ed she wrote in The Washington Post describing herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse.” His lawyers say he was defamed even though the article never mentioned his name. Depp has denied he ever struck Heard, and says she was the abuser in the relationship. Heard has testified about more than a dozen separate instances of physical abuse she says she suffered at Depp’s hands.