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Letter to the Editor – Voting

Dear Editor: I would like to encourage all registered voters of Douglas County to vote on Tuesday, February 7.  Voting is a privilege that many take for granted.  Many people believe that their vote does not matter.  True.  One vote ...

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Looking Backward 2.1.2012

  25 Years Ago January 29, 1987   Cong. Gene Taylor announced this week the names of young men and women who reside in the 7th Congressional District that he nominated to West Point, the Naval Academy, and the Air ...

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Classifieds 2.1.2012

FOR SALE C&S Woodcutting, $35/rick picked up, $40 delivered in Ava city limits. Call Cody 416-683-0888.           13-tf OLDER MOBILE HOMES for sale, must be moved, 683-3799.          13-8tp GOT BUGS? FOR termites, ants, spiders, roaches, fleas, etc.  Call Tim Blackwell at ...

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The High Calling

Our God is an awesome God, who is worthy of all glory, honor and praise.  He created the stars, planets, moons, and comets.  He established the natural laws that allow us to live on this beautiful earth.  He made the ...

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Tecumseh/Lilly Ridge News

The long month of January is gone after this Tuesday and February comes with some folks thinking about planting their lettuce, onions and radishes. Winter onions in my garden stayed green all winter. The elderly folks can be helped with ...

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T.O.P.S.

Tuesday, January 24th we had fifteen people weigh in, with a total weight-loss of eleven and 3/4 lbs. Two people stayed the same weight.  Roger was high-loser. Linda and Sharon received charms for walking 100 miles each.  Vince received two ...

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Sweden Church

“We live on the other side of Easter.”  Pastors often sprinkle their sermons with little sayings like this one.  But, it’s also a truth—the church age did not take place until after the resurrection.  It’s also interesting; too, that Jesus ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, January 29 was the fourth Sunday after epiphany and the last Sunday of this season. Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the gospel for the day, St. Matthew 8:1, in which Jesus heals both a leper and the servant ...

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Smallett

Sunday morning service was opened with instrumental music including mandolin, fiddle, banjo, bass, guitar and piano. Claude Robertson and Cindy Smith sang a beautiful song for a special then Tillie Fowler sang a beautiful special too. Brother Robers brought the ...

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