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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. * * * Douglas County Support the Handicap Board ...

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T.O.P.S. #1316

The January 6, 2015 T.O.P.S. 1316 meeting was called to order by leader Sharon. We had 15 members weigh in with a 13 lbs. loss. Louise was weekly high loser. Everyone made a commitment to make 2015 a great year ...

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T.O.P.S.

T.O.P.S. was called to order with 7 members present. We lost 1.8 pounds and Holly was the high loser. Her “fruit of the season” award was a tangerine. The games we’ve been playing have been a lot of fun. A ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, Febuary first was Septuagesima Sunday.  This is Latin for seventieth and is the third Sunday before Lent, approximately seventy days.  Since Bishop Hartley was under the weather and did not feel up to conducting Holy Communion, instead we had ...

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Smallett

Sunday morning service was opened with prayer requests and prayer. The band played and sang hymns. Brother Claude Robertson brought the special and did a beautiful job. Brother Roberts brought the message from Acts 1:8, John 14, Romans 7 and ...

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Rock Chapel Freewill Baptist Church

Many were out sick today. Recent prayer requests: Kenny Ault’s family, Irene Durney, Gina Williams, Shirley Cottengim, Bernice Price, Jan and Frances Marler, Kate Junge, Van Renfrow, Sharon Renfrow’s sister Freda, Joy and Vic Mills, Elizabeth and Adler, Ruth Bradshaw, ...

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Red Bank Church

Hello everyone.   This has been a very beautiful day.  It’s always a great day when the sun is shining, and it was.   Gary and I took a little jaunt into town so I could get my glasses straightened at the ...

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Quad Cities

1-26-15. Let is snow, let is snow, let it snow (somewhere else.) We’ve had enough snow here for a while. For me anyway. I don’t know if the farmers need more moisture on their fields or not. I guess about ...

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Olga

Same old weather, nice one day, frigid the next, it is the Ozarks after all. The farm is settled in for it’s long winters nap, all is silent in appearance to the outside observer. Inside the battles are raging. North ...

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Oak Grove Church

This chilly Sunday morning our morning message was taken from I Kings 17, where Elijah the prophet is introduced and pronounces the drought on Israel and is sent to the brook Cherith to be fed by ravens until the brook ...

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