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Ava Place

At Ava Place we have had a few challenges to face this month.  We are pleased to say they are almost all behind us and we are moving forward.  The community has been fabulous as usual!  The Fire Department, Police Department, ...

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Jeffrey Lathrom legal

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE For default in the payment of debt secured by a deed of trust executed by Jeffrey W. Lathrom, dated January 23, 2009, and recorded on February 3, 2009, Document No. 090169 in the Office of the ...

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The Snoop 2.14.2013

On this Valentine’s Day – today, Feb. 14 – it is predicted that $17.6 billion (with a ‘B’) will be spent on valentine related items. According to the National Retail Federation, Christmas  is first in holiday spending and Valentine’s Day ...

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What About This . . .?

By Wayne William Cipriano John Brennan has been nominated by President Obama to head the CIA.  There are good arguments for giving the President wide latitude in choosing his subordinates.  He se­lects Cabinet members, for example with two functions in ...

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T.O.P.S.

January 29th meeting was called to order by Sharon with 12 weighing in with a loss of 5 lbs. High losers were Linda and Rachel and Judy stayed the same. The meeting was on stress, “Just Breathe” and count to ...

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Noble Church Hosts Celebration For Pastor

On Sunday afternoon, February 3, Noble Church and it’s congregation was host for a celebration honoring their pastor, Sister Maxine Lund, and husband, Jim, for 50 years of preaching the gospel. Sister Maxine preached her first “short” sermon, January 27, 1963, ...

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Black Oak Church

“Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he is in the world,” I John 4:4. Brother Roy Frye opened Sunday school after we sang. He read the devotion ...

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WRVEC Announces Rate Adjustment

BRANSON – Effective March 1, White River Valley Electric Cooperative is implementing a rate adjustment which will affect electric bills by approximately nine percent. That change equals about $10 for the average residential member. Additionally, the minimum bill is changing ...

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Post Office Will Stop Saturday Delivery

The United States Postal Service announced plans this week to transition to a new delivery schedule during the week of Aug. 5, that includes package delivery Monday through Saturday, and mail delivery Monday through Friday. The Postal Service expects to ...

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