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Bethany Baptist Church

Carey and Jessica Hendricks and their three children, Elle, Anne, and Cooper, were our special guests Sunday morning. The Hendricks have spent the last five years establishing a Baptist church in North Western Ireland where there had never been a ...

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Ava Seventh Day Adventist

An Amazing Fact:  “The report, ‘To Err is Human’ – by the Institute of Medicine (IoM) states that medical errors cause at least an estimated 44,000 preventable deaths annually in the United States of America alone, of which 7,000 deaths ...

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Arno

Last Monday I received .4 of an inch of rain in my gauge. By Sunday night I had .3 of an inch of rain in my rain gauge. I took my news in last Monday, paid my taxes, filled up ...

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University of Missouri Extension legal

NOMINEES SELECTED FOR UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI EXTENSION COUNCIL MEMBERS, DOUGLAS COUNTY Citizens of voting age in Douglas County, pursuant to the provisions of Sec. 262‑577, R.S. MO 1969, will have an opportunity to vote for and elect members to the University of ...

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Logan Larson legal

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, MISSOURI PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF:                         ) LOGAN D. LARSEN,                          ) Minor.                                   ) Legal Guardians:                                   ) Hargis Meade & Kathy Meade,            ) Serve Guardians at:                              ) 102 Meade Lane                                   ) Squires, MO ...

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Area School Breakfast and Lunch Menu

  Ava Elementary, Middle, High School Breakfast Menu Monday, Dec. 12 Sausage Pancake on Stick, Applesauce, Juice Tuesday, Dec. 13 Fruit Streusel Muffin, Banana, Juice Wednesday, Dec. 14 Chocolate Chip Muffin, Pineapple, Juice Thursday, Dec. 15 Sausage Biscuit, Apple, Juice ...

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Calendar of Events

This column is provided to our readers free of charge to announce upcoming events that are free to the public. Publication of the same announcement will be limited to two insertions. * * * Sunday, December 18 at First Southern ...

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Tecumseh

Our warm fall became a pleasant entrance for November, election time and the exit and migration of our favorite little hummingbirds. What a long journey they have to Mexico and South America. I’ve enjoyed doing some reading lately and learned ...

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Sweden News

“Things I Learned Watching a Coyote,” it’s a catchy title for a sermon, but that’s what it was. Our pastor likes to deer hunt. Not a big surprise since we live in the Ozarks. He had positioned himself in an ...

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