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Calendar of Events

This column is provided to our readers free of charge to announce upcoming events that are free to the public. Publication of the same announcement will be limited to two insertions. * * * Revival at Bethany Baptist Church, Nov. ...

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Tecusmeh

This Weeks News – We will be getting our first frost here this week, and I am hearing predictions of a cold winter. I haven’t had persimmon seeds to test, but I heard all that did have them found the ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, November 2 was the Twentieth Sunday after Trinity and as it was also the Sunday after All Saints Day we began the service by singing the traditional English hymn for this day by Ralph Vaughn Williams, “For all the ...

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Smallett

We skipped church Sunday to help my grandson, Maeson Carter and his daddy, Rusty Carter get ready for Maeson’s first deer hunt. He wasn’t able to bag a deer yet, but maybe next time. We are sorry to hear of ...

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Sandy Church

We gathered for prayer at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday morning and began our 10 a.m. service with the devotional reading from Psalm 138 with Sunday School Superintendent Brad Siler. Elane Crum led in prayer. The choir sang.   The offertory prayer ...

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Red Bud News

A good morning to all our friends, neighbors and our readers. We hope everyone had a great and safe holiday weekend. We had over 100 spooks and goblins here at Red Bud Village on Friday night. Some were disappointed as ...

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Red Bank Church

Hello everyone. It’s a little rainy outside, but that shouldn’t keep us from the voting poles.   It is Election Day, and a chance to speak one’s mind by casting one’s vote.   We are so privileged to have that right. The ...

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Quad Cities

10-26-14. Dear folks: I guess I will try to think of at least a little bit to write about. We’re still having wonderful fall weather. The farmers are “pickin’ and grinnin’ again this year. They’ve got a lot of their ...

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Olga

The wind is crisp, the leaves have become brittle and the air is filled with the cozy scent of wood smoke. This week has truly marked the changing of the seasons. The laundry out on the line flaps crazily in ...

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Oak Grove News

We were very blessed this past Lord’s Day with several visitors from here in Ava and one from Texas, as well as, one from Arizona. Our morning message was based on the illustration Jesus gave to his followers in Luke ...

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