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Arno

I didn’t get Bonnie called Sunday and I need to get this ready for Kay to pick it up in the morning, I will get her news in next week. Last Monday I went to my O.E.S. meeting and it ...

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Wasola

“For I came down from heaven, not to do mine own will, but the will of him that sent me,” John 6:38. Monday on the way back from Ozark Gary and I stopped in Sparta at Doug and Sheila Holt’s ...

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Tecumseh

Last Weeks News – It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas time as decorations show and stores are full of bright colors and tinsel, a time of giving and holiday traveling. Anniversary wishes to Orville and Vena Shaeffer in ...

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St. Francis Church News

Sunday, December 16 was the third Sunday in advent known in the Anglican tradition as Rose Sunday because the altar and vestment colors are rose to remind us of the nearness of what we are waiting for: the new life ...

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Smallett

Did not make it to church Sunday, had a family Christmas get-together. Delmar and I drove to Ava where we exchanged gifts and visited with Beth Stafford and Johnathan Snelson and visited by phone with Mandy Logan. My granddaughter and ...

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Sandy Church News

Last Weeks News – Our fellowship hall was full for the annual neighborhood Christmas dinner and for this we thank our good God for abundance of food and Christian fellowship. Many prayer requests were shared and praises given as we ...

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Rome

Christmas will soon be here. There is lots of pretty decorations out to celebrate the event. There is so much sickness going around now. DeAnn Thompson has been really sick. She went to work today, feeling a little better. Darrel ...

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Red Bud News

A good morning to all our readers. We hope everyone had a safe and happy weekend. We send get-well wishes to all the sick, the ones in the hospitals, and the nursing homes. May you be up and about real ...

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Red Bank Church News

Sunday church service began with hymns led by Gary Lirley.  Our Sunday School Superintendent, Jerry Huff, welcomed everyone and introduced the lesson called, “Yahweh Our Righteousness.” Prayer request was for the bereaved families and friends of the 20 children and ...

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Rainbow Ridge News

Janice Keith visited Tom and Jewell Johnson recently. Tom and Jewell are still able to live at home due mainly to the assistance they get from their sons, Lowell and Larry. Grandson, Kent Johnson, is there all the time as ...

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