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Gentryville

Thought I’d try and write a little dab of news this week. We’ve had quite a lot of winter, before winter even starts. I stayed in over a week and it is still slick at my mailbox. Joe Heath has ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

The world recently lost a great man, Nelson Mandela.  I compare him to Mahatma Ghandi for what was contributed to society; his list of Seven Dangers to Human Virtue are: 1 – Wealth Without Work, 2 – Pleasure Without Conscience, ...

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County Line

Melanie Breeding visited me Monday. Diana and I went to town on Wednesday. Melanie and I went to town Thursday. Donna and I went to town Friday. Sympathy to the family of Bonnie (Walker) Lane. Sympathy to the family of ...

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Champion

The shortest day of the year is overflowing with good news in Champion.  The aquifer is being replenished with the stuff that makes cold springs gush and spirits are being replenished with the Love and Gratitude that is so freely ...

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Breedon News

Good morning and rainy day to all. We have had some weather haven’t we? I am no gardener, but I hear the nitrogen in the soil makes for better gardening this spring. God knows what we need as He is ...

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Bethany Baptist Church News

The folks at Bethany Baptist Church enjoy listening to the Christ honoring songs of the Nelson Sisters of Clinton, Arkansas. They drove up Friday afternoon after work in time to attend the Christmas Party at the home of Bob and ...

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Arno

talked with Bonnie Phipps Sunday evening and she said Cecelia had taken her over to Wal-Mart last week to do some shopping. Bonnie and Cecelia went to church Sunday. I took my news in last Monday and that evening I ...

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Wasola

“Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord and he shall lift you up,” James 4:10. On the 5th Gary and I went to Springfield, leaving at 5 a.m. and got back by 9 a.m. Gary had cataract surgery done ...

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Tecumseh

Hopefully the weather will improve for the coming holidays when travelers need clear roads instead of ice and snow we have had. Sympathy for the Joy Spencer family who lost their loved one, in the Elijah area. I had a ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, December 8 was the Second Sunday in Advent, but it was also the Sunday of snow and I did not make it to church, but Fr. Glen told me that a small group of people did make it, those ...

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