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T.O.P.S.

August 6th meeting was called to order by Sharon. We had 13 weigh in with a loss of 18-3/4 lbs. High loser was Billie. Rachel, Elizabeth and Louise stayed the same. Rachel did the lesson on “Hot Summer Weather Health ...

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St. Francis Church News

Sunday August 4 was the Tenth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Epistle for the day, 1st Corinthians 12:1 “Concerning spiritual gifts, brethern, I would not have you ignorant.”  In this passage St. Paul discusses the ...

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Smallett

The Walnut Grove Praise Team did a beautiful job with their songs on Sunday morning. Brother Claude Robertson brought a beautiful special. Brother Roberts brought the message from Matthew 5: 21-22, “A Journey Through the Halls of Hell.” Sunday evening ...

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Sandy Church

Several from our church attended the wedding of Samantha Dobbs and Joey Ledford on Saturday night.  Casey Dobbs, with his cowboy hat, stole the show next to the Bride, of course. Brad Siler began our Lord’s Day service with prayer ...

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Rome

Another rainy Monday morning, but I’m not griping. We have had over four inches of rain since Saturday morning. Our branches are running, but not full. Norma Cross and I visited Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare Center Tuesday. We had ...

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Rock Chapel Freewill Baptist Church

Today’s prayer requests:  Servicemen; cancer patients; Ken Dobson; Shelbi Jean Moore; Dalton Shannon; Brenda Michner; our country; a new Sunday school class; and praise for the rain.    Choir special did a special. Birthdays: Monte Housley. The children did a special. ...

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Red Bud News

A good morning to all our friends, neighbors and our readers. We hope everyone had a safe and happy weekend and stayed dry with all the rain that we had. We send get-well wishes to all the sick, the ones ...

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Red Bank Church

We prayed for rain, and we got RAIN.   Praise the Lord.   Those that live near the prominent creeks and rivers are suffering damage from all the extra water flooding their homes and washing out their roads.  And, unfortunately, lives have ...

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Rainbow Ridge News

When you look around the neighborhood here, you see lots of green grass. One month ago the predominate lawn color was brown with just a bit of green showing through. The dust blew up when the lawn mower moved over ...

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Olga

This has sure been an educational week around Olga.  Besides learning how fast mosquitoes multiply in this wet weather, we’ve had fun with tadpoles too.  When I say we’ve had fun with tadpoles, let me explain.  We have an abundance ...

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