Christian Worldview Has More Explanatory Power | Timothy – Peoria, IL | Atheist Experience 23.02

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The Atheist Experience 23.02 for January 13, 2019, with Matt Dillahunty and Noah Lugeons.

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Exclusive: Dispute over Peoria ‘Rainbow House’ turns violent

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A colorfully painted house in Peoria is at the center of a fiery drama between neighbors. A fight that turned violent between the homeowner and his next door neighbor is leading to a court hearing next week.

TheRealStreetz of Peoria, IL

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Documentary video on the birthplace of Richard Pryor and the streets and culture, nightlife and music scene of Peoria in central Illinois about 2 hours away from Chicago featuring Spoon-G, Iron Rose Music, KC of TMG, FEB Lil Savage, and more.

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2006 Acura TL, Lunde’s Peoria Volkswagen- Peoria, AZ 85382

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2006 Acura TL, Lunde’s Peoria Volkswagen- check out this White Diamond Pearl 2006 Acura TL, equipped with a 6 Cyl. engine and an automatic transmission with 78,908 miles. enjoy an impressive 29 miles to the gallon on this great car with features like Leather Upholstery, AM/FM Stereo Radio, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Power Door Locks, Power Passenger Seat, Cassette Player, and much more. Enjoy the drive and have peace of mind in this 2006 Acura TL. see us at Lunde’s Peoria Volkswagen today!
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Peoria High School: A History (promo)

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Many people are familiar with the stately old building located at 1615 N. North Street in Peoria. It has been the home of Peoria High School since 1917, but its rich history began long before that. In fact, Peoria High School, established in 1856, is the seventeenth oldest high school in the nation, the oldest high school west of the Allegheny Mountains, and the oldest continuously operating public high school in the state of Illinois.
Produced by William Baker this new WTVP production tells the story of an institution that has expanded, moved multiple times and weathered controversy over the years. It will tell the story of changing social trends, fashions and fads that have influenced the thousands of students who have moved through the halls of Peoria High,
Among those who help tell the tale of Peoria High and its history are Linda Sahn, Ken Hinrichs, Corky Robertson, Dick Neumiller, James Polk, Kirk Wessler and Rebekah Bourland.