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August 26, 2010
Evangelizing outside the box

Byâ Chakara Bennett
For The Guardian

In the Bible, Jesus mandated that all Christians spread the Word of God so that it would forever live on in the world. For many years this task labelled evangelism was considered an old-fashioned duty that few people wanted to do. But in a society where Christianity is becoming more modern and there are old and new denominations popping up that want to ...

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December 21, 2011
Sawyer's Fresh Market Christmas Specials Giveaways: Dec. 16th thru Boxing Day

Freeport, Grand Bahama Island - Happy Holidays from Sawyer's Fresh Market! Shop at Sawyer's Fresh Market on Oak Street and watch your grocery bill get lower! Locally Owned - Locally Operated - Earth Friendly - Always Fresh - Smart Choice - Best Quality - Fabulous Selection.

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August 23, 2011
Time for a Back to School Foot and Shoe Check Up

It is estimated that children spend an average of 30 to 40 hours a week in their school shoes and more than 15,000 hours in those shoes during their school years, so it is vital that shoes that get this much mileage fit properly.  Poorly fitting shoes can lead to foot problems such as ingrown toenails, sprains, strains, corns and calluses and bunions, which may even require surgery later in life.
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April 06, 2011
Two more to be inducted into Boxing Hall of Fame

The second Hall of Fame induction event has been planned by the Bahamas Boxing Commission. Chairman Pat Strachan has announced that Bertram ‘Bert Perry’ Perigord was selected in the Open Category. He joins Yama Bahama, Gomeo Brennan and Elisha Obed who were selected as the class of 2009.
This year the commission decided to establish a Veterans Category. Boxers who competed, and others ...

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June 22, 2016
Williams loses at Olympic qualifier The Bahamas out of competition

Once again, The Bahamas will not be represented in the sport of boxing at the Olympic Games.

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Cherry Holding Strong in World Boxing Ranks
December 09, 2011
Cherry Holding Strong in World Boxing Ranks

Edner Cherry is another quality Bahamian professional boxer who holds the banner of his country quite high. Although he resides in Florida and has done so for the last 18 years, Cherry stays connected to the country where he spent his first 11 years.

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March 17, 2011
Private Post Offices Boxes Past Due

Nassau, Bahamas - Acting
Postmaster General Leslie Cartwright wishes to remind the public that
rental fees for Private Post Offices Boxes are past due and should have
been paid on or before 31st January, 2011.

Persons who rent post office boxes
are advised that during the period 1st February, 2011 to 31st March,
2011, they may be allowed to retain their box(es) only after payment of
a penalty cha...

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December 01, 2011
Big Time Amateur Boxing Show results

RESULTS of the Champion Amateur Club's Big Time Amateur Boxing Show at the LW Young campus:

Javon Johnson (LW Young) won over Travis Ferguson (LW Young), 21-17

Doncyn Cartwright (CH Reeves) won over Allen Joeseph (LW Young), 7-5

Gavin Rolle (RM Bailey) won over Pjillip Miscalian (RM Bailey), Referee stopped an contest in the third round

Shaquille Rolle (CABC) won over Tyrik Hall (LW Young), 9-...

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November 26, 2011
Mackey planning boxing comeback

Jermain Mackey is seeking a return to boxing prominence. Not too long ago, he was the best super middleweight in the entire Commonwealth of Nations and a highly regarded fighter throughout the world. 
Three years ago, in May of 2009, when he stopped Emiliano Cavetano at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs Gym for his 18th win against just two losses, Mackey was sitting high as a triple champion. He was th...

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February 24, 2011
Innovation gets out-of-the-Box

By MICHAEL LIEDTKE

AP Technology Writer

SOME technology-savvy venture capitalists are making a big bet on a promising Internet company run by a 26-year-old college dropout in Palo Alto, California. Only this time, the object of their financial affection isn't Facebook and its chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg.

It's Box.net, a start-up that offers online storage lockers for personal and corporate...

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