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Arno

I finally got to talk to Bonnie Phipps after I got my phone lined out and she said she was doing just fine. Violet Blakey came by last Monday and picked up her eggs and I tried to get the ...

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Wasola

“Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth,” Colossians 3:2. Kindrick and Mary Leschinsky are in the hospital. Remember them in your prayers. Sympathy to the Connie Souder family. I became friends with her when her ...

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Tecumseh

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow, but please, no more ice. The ice-covered trees are a beautiful sight, though. A person is fortunate to have more than one source of heat. I was fortunate to have a ...

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T.O.P.S.

T.O.P.S. was called to order on February 24, with 7 members present. We lost 5.8 pounds and no one gained! Patty was the weekly high loser, winning a banana. She has lost 10 pounds since joining and was awarded her ...

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St. Francis Church

The winter weather we have had has interrupted our service schedule at St. Francis.  We were unable to have our Ash Wednesday service, as well as, Sunday, February 15 services because of our snow-bound parking lot.  We will resume services ...

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Smallett

Due to snow and ice, we had no church on Sunday. On Saturday, I celebrated my birthday by being taken to Pizza Hut for lunch. My brother, Vern and Kathleen Deatherage and nephew, Chris Deatherage, treated us to lunch. Later ...

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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 good weekend and stayed warm with all the cold and snow. No news last week as I was snowed in. I still ...

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Red Bank Church

Greetings.  Well folks, I had a little too much on my plate, as the old saying goes, and I failed to get my articles sent in for the last two weeks so I included them in this week’s article. Hello ...

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Olga

Winter snows and winter storms have given all of us a chance to slow down a bit this week. With the first snow, we thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful landscape as the sun began to rise across the farm. We bundled ...

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