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Topic - Thomas Nelson
Best-Selling Books Week Ended Feb. 16th.
A supervisor in the D.C. Summer Youth Employment Program pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge stemming from sexual advances he made upon a teenager, U.S. Attorney for the District Ronald C. Machen Jr. announced.
District police said Wednesday they have charged a city employee and are looking for a second suspect in connection with the alleged groping of two young women in the city's Summer Youth Employment Program.
Aptly titled the "Duck Commander Bible," the book will present a King James version of the Bible, highlighting the Robertson's core values of "faith, family, fellowship and forgiveness," Thomas Nelson publishers said in a release.
"It's an ideal location. It was a fight to keep it here," he said. "The city was prepared to buy nine acres to ensure that we keep the college in St. Martinville."