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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Champion News

Some would say that the autumn colors have ‘peaked’ in Champion and in the area overall.  There is more uniform brown as the various oaks russet together.  Then right between an old cedar and a fresh pine dazzles out something ...

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Caney Church

That God would also send us showers of blessings. Caney Church came together Wednesday evening singing and praising the Lord. Sis. Lorrinda Coulter was our leader this week. Prayer requests and praise reports were given. Sis. Janice Lafferty led in ...

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Breedon News

11-3-13. It is a beautiful day in these hills. The sun is shining and God’s beautiful artwork is such a delight to behold. Yesterday, if you got the chance to go to Glade Top you were truly blessed by the ...

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Black Oak Church

“Jesus answered and said unto him, verily, verily, I say unto thee, except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdome of God,” John 3:3. Brother Roy Frye opened Sunday school after we sang. He read Exodus 4:10-16 ...

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Bethany Baptist Church

The sun was still shining last Friday evening when the Bethany Baptist Church folks loaded up on the Corder hay wagon for a ride down to a creek branch bottom field where they had things set up for a cookout. ...

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Basher News

Good morning to all. I haven’t been feeling good lately. Bob and Linda McCleary took me for a short drive into town. The leaves are sure getting pretty. I wanted to show my kids some Indian turnips that I used ...

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Arno

Bonnie Phipps said she had been staying in since it has been cold. Tara brought Jett last Monday and Tuesday and Kendra picked him up at noon on Monday. I went down and got my walnuts that I had hulled ...

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All Around Bradleyville

Hope you got to view the gorgeous colored leaves on the timber this year. If you blinked you may have missed it. Seems like all the leaves turned colors overnight and were just bright a day or two before they ...

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Four Get Prison Sentences At Law Day Tuesday

On Tuesday, Nov. 4, during Douglas County Law Day proceedings, Judge Craig Carter sentenced four defendants to the Missouri Department of Corrections. The following convictions were pronounced, according to the office of Douglas County Prosecuting Attorney Roger Wall. Gary Turnbull, ...

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