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Little Creek

I find it time for my “news” report with not much news. Robyn and I went to club Wednesday for lunch and a hour with friends. We were all happy to have Ruth and Darold Evans back and we welcomed ...

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Highlonesome

I hope all had a safe and pleasant 4th of July. James and I picked six gallons of blackberries and later he ended up at Mercy Hospital. He had been feeling bad and having pain off and on for a ...

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Happy Home Church

Our morning service began with Bro. Dee welcoming all with a good morning. We had prayer requests. Prayer by Bro. Bob. We had special prayer for Sister Peggy’s daughter, Debbie. We had the pledges for the flags and for the ...

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Girdner Church

Good morning from all of us at Girdner. We had another great week at Girdner. We had lots of good reports from those who all went to to the Passion Play in Eureka Springs. We have some of the best ...

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Gentry News

After prayer and singing, we studied in our Sunday school about how we need to listen to the true word of God and walk in His ways. Anything less may incur the discipinary judgment of the Lord. Happy Birthday wishes ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning with prayer by Bro. Woodrow Coonce. Bro. James Moore took over as superintendent. We sang. Sunday school lesson was Father Abraham, Romans 4:1, 2 and 16-25 taught by James Moore. After a good Sunday school lesson ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Have you ever been manipulated into doing or thinking something wrong? Have you ever been scammed, particularly financially? It sure leaves you with a feeling of ignorance. Yes, the perpetrator is at fault. Yet, so is the victim. Was it ...

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County Line

Donna Dodson, Megan Goforth and Macee Breeding were here on Monday. Reece Goforth visited Chase and Bryse Dodson on Monday. Debra Reed of Kansas called on Tuesday. The girls and families and several friends had a birthday party for her ...

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Champion

The rain stopped and the sizzle started.  Ninety degrees and 90% humidity is a summertime prescription for picnic fun.  The Vanzant Picnic filled the bill.  Attendance has been higher in the past, according to some who think raging high water ...

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