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    Muralists have work in dozens of churches across 13 states

    PEORIA, Ill. (AP) — No matter how intricate the art or meaningful the message, Andrew Hattermann says his studio’s work comes down to one simple thing: Beauty. “We try to make a church more beautiful than it’s ever been,” the Peorian says. “That’s our goal.” And for nearly 20 years in more than 50 churches across more than a dozen states, the Peoria artists of Murals by Jericho have done just that — beautified religious spaces in myriad ways and methods. Hattermann’s artistic journey is long and winding. The 56-year-old Limestone grad had studied art for years — but his  

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    Pro-Trump business owner documented at Capitol invasion rally faces backlash | News

    As a Trump supporter, Tinsley is in a political minority in San Mateo County, where about 78{a25bda0f8ab6dac90e68079d6f038584ef6ac53f1f4621de3ad526e35cd6c0d6} of voters supported Joe Biden in the 2020 General Election. According to campaign finance record website Open Secrets, Tinsley donated $5,182 to Donald Trump’s campaign between February and August 2020. Tinsley ran Sugar Shack for seven years at 816 Santa Cruz Ave., between 2007 and 2014, when she closed it, before relaunching the business at 883 Santa Cruz Ave. in October 2019. The store is known for offering custom candy for private events as well as its popularity with pre-teens. 

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    Maine marijuana shops report brisk business despite pandemic | News, Sports, Jobs

    Marijuana is sold at Theory Wellness, a cannabis retail store, Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021, in South Portland, Maine. Cannabis has rocketed to the top of the state’s agricultural crops, but the first few months of legal adult use sales have otherwise been without much fanfare. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

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    Inside Amazon’s advertising business, which is $13 billion and growing

    The Guardian Trump attempted a coup: he must be removed while those who aided him pay A swift impeachment is imperative but from Rudy Giuliani and Don Jr to Fox News and Twitter, the president did not act alone * Insurrection: the day terror came to the US CapitolCall me old-fashioned, but when the president of the United States encourages armed insurgents to breach the Capitol and threaten the physical safety of Congress, in order to remain in power, I call it an attempted coup.The rampage on Wednesday left five dead, including a Capitol police officer who was injured when  

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    In the midst of the Capitol siege, Trump tried calling Tommy Tuberville but got the wrong senator

    Tommy Tuberville, the football coach turned senator who now seems to be the most popular wrong number in Washington. AP Photo/John Minchillo, File It seems that nobody can get Sen. Tommy Tuberville of Alabama on the first try. On Wednesday, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani left a long, rambling, and rather revealing voicemail that was meant for Tuberville but instead was sent to a different, unnamed politician. The voicemail, which urged Tuberville to slow down the Electoral College vote certification as much as possible, was sent to The Dispatch and transcribed in full. It seems President Donald Trump  

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