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Arno

Lonnie and Pamela Crim, Logan, Alexa and Paola came to Ava Friday to her parents, Roy and Linda Freeman’s and spent the weekend. Matt Freeman came in and stayed there too. Cecelia Edwards and Jeff Denney visited with Bonnie Phipps. ...

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All Around Bradleyville

I’ve got a snowman standing guard in my yard and noticed lots of other people do too. I wouldn’t be sad if he disappeared soon and didn’t show up anymore this year. My three smaller grandbabies enjoyed the snow a ...

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Tecumseh

Getting used to a change in the weather is the order of the day. Traffic is slowed down for sure, and folks are trying to keep warm. Mr. Groundhog has been holed up under my pear tree where he made ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, February 15 was Quinquagesima (approximately 50 days before Easter), or the Sunday next before Lent.  This is the last Sunday in which altar and vestment colors are dark solid blue reflecting the meditative character of this pre-Lenten season.  Bishop ...

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Smallett

Sunday morning service was opened with prayer requests and prayer. The music was provided by Randy and Venita Brummet and Margaret Rosseau. Sister Donna Lewis brought a beautiful special. Brother Roberts brought the message from I John 1:1-10, “Confession Brings ...

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Sandy Church

We gathered for prayer at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday morning and began our 10 a.m. service with the devotional reading from Psalm 10 with Brad Siler. LeaAnn Crum led in prayer.   Happy birthday was sung to McCoy Humbyrd and Judy ...

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Quad Cities

2-14-15. Happy Valentine’s Day. I hope all of you are having a good one. We just exchanged cards and I made Walt one of the cherry pies he likes. We went to the Quad Cities yesterday, but it was so ...

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Olga

Last night the ice began to fall in Olga and continued well past bedtime. This morning we awoke to several crisp and fluffy inches of snow. The shepherds were rolling in it and savoring every last snowflake they were allowed ...

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Oak Grove Church

This Sunday morning was very brisk, to put it mildly, but our Sunday school lesson, “Serving The Least,” warmed the morning up for us. Brother Eddie did a masterful job of presenting the lesson based on the statement of Jesus ...

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Mt. Tabor Church

Once again, the weather has taken a turn for the worse, but it is always a good day to be in God’s house. Our group was small, but always faithful to attend. We had many that we prayed for, some ...

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