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I am the thorn in His crown.
But Jesus loves me anyway.

I am the sweat from His brow.
But Jesus loves me anyway.

I am the nail in His wrist.
But Jesus loves me anyway.

I am Judas' kiss.
But Jesus loves me anyway.

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A Minot man is recovering from surgery after getting shot in the abdomen during the attack by a gunman in Las Vegas...

    FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A Minot man is recovering from surgery after getting shot in the abdomen during the attack by a gunman in Las Vegas that left 59 others dead and hundreds of others wounded. Co-workers say Andrew Gudmunson is in stable condition at a hospital near the Las Vegas strip. KVRR -TV says he could face additional surgery. Dorothy Martwick works with Gudmunson at Century 21 Action Realtors in Minot. She says the man simply known as "Goody" is a positive, overall good guy.
     Gudmunson is a former University of North Dakota athlete, playing football and baseball. Fighting Hawks coach Bubba Schweigert says Gudmunson and his family are in their thoughts and prayers.
     The attack by sniper at a high-rise hotel has become the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

     SHOREWOOD, Minn. (AP) - The parents of a Minnesota man who's missing after celebrating his 44th birthday at the Las Vegas concert where a mass shooting took place say they're desperate for answers on his whereabouts.
     Mary Berger says her son, Steve, was attending the country music concert with his roommate and other friends and has not been heard from since Stephen Paddock opened fire from a high-rise hotel and killed 59 people and wounded more than 500 more.
     Berger said today her son's Shorewood roommate called to tell her that he saw Steve get shot and fall to the ground, but when he tried to go to help him he was herded out of the venue. Berger says she and her husband, Richard, have been trying every phone number they can find to learn what happened to their son.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The federal government wants some land bordering Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota in an oil and gas lease sale. The Bismarck Tribune reports that the Bureau of Land Management recommends including the 120-acre parcel in McKenzie County in the lease sale scheduled for March 2018.
     BLM says its recommendation is consistent with the "administration's goals of promoting America's energy independence" and also follows approved resources management plans. Park Superintendent Wendy Ross says in a letter to BLM that she's worried that the nearby oil development will affect the park's scenic beauty, natural sound, wildlife habitat and dark night skies. The agency is accepting public comments through Oct. 30.

     WASHINGTON (AP) - Several lawmakers on a congressional panel say Equifax's response to a massive data breach is unacceptable and still inadequate. Rep. Frank Pallone, D-N.J., says that if Equifax wants to stay in business, its entire corporate culture needs to change to one that values security and transparency.
     Former Equifax chairman and CEO Richard F. Smith is testifying before a House subcommittee overseeing digital commerce and consumer protection today. It's the first of several appearances taking place this week before House and Senate panels. They are reviewing a data breach that affected an estimated 145 million Americans.
     Pallone says it has been four weeks since the breach was made public and Equifax's customer service has been "confusing and unhelpful."
     Republican Rep. Greg Walden says he expects Smith's candor and cooperation as lawmakers learn how Equifax failed to secure its systems.


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