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Eastern Lights

Hello to you all and may God bless you today.  By the time you read this it will be Easter weekend, so happy Easter. From the looks of things the dogwood and redbud will have lost their beautiful blossoms but they have been so very pretty. Betty Camp called a few days ago and told […]

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Ellistown Breezes

Easter has once again reminded us of what we have in Jesus Christ.  If you have placed your faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, please read the New Testament to discover God’s promises to you.  It seems too good to be true, but Jesus died on the cross to pay the sin debt of the […]

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Sherman News

The qualifying deadline to run for the upcoming municipal election this spring in Sherman was Friday, March 6, at 5 p.m. Those qualifying to run for the five at-large alderman positions are: Randy Bolen, Wayne Bullock, Dianne Jolly, Jessie McBride, Todd McDonald, H.C. Payne, Florence Rogers, Ann Simmons, and Martha Swindle. Because everyone is running […]

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Hurricane News

The youth of Shady Grove Baptist Church are hosting a soup or chili plate for $5.00 at the fellowship hall on April 4th beginning at 5 p.m. This is their fundraiser for their youth trip. The spring revival will be held April 5-9 at Hurricane Baptist Church with Bro. Don Savell as guest evangelist. The […]

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New Albany Garden Club

On April 2, 2009, twenty-one members of New Albany Garden Club met with members of Historic Northside Garden Club and Dogwood Hills Garden Club. After a delicious dinner, Helen Brown of Dogwood Hills Garden Club welcomed everyone to the joint meeting. Appreciation was expressed to the clubs for the beautiful table arrangements. Gwen Pennebaker of […]

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Etta News

With the arriving of a new month, which also brought a beautiful white blanket and left it on the outside.  I thought of the word cozy.  On the arriving in the morning from a good inside the house where wee hours in the night left the pretty scenery of white covering.  Which made it not […]

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Philadelphia News

March came in like a lion so I do hope it will go out like a lamb.  We have had snow predicted like it was last night and it didn’t happen, so it was a surprise to me. I stood looking out the window, literally tasting snow cream, yet knowing if I should fall while […]

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Eastern Lights

Hello again. It has been a wonderful Saturday. One would think that spring has sprung in a big way, but wait, this is only the 7th of March. I am sure we are in for some more cold weather. The pear tree is in full bloom and the daffodils, yellow bells and so on are […]

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Ellistown Breezes

“Let the whole earth praise the Lord.”  I do believe this is what is happening here in Ellistown.  The trees and flowers are getting prettier each day and wildlife is venturing out to taste the new buds of Spring.  Yesterday, I watched two squirrels hang upside down while eating the tender new buds.  I consider […]

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Gardening with Tim

Spring has arrived with a great burst of color.  The dogwoods are blooming and the azaleas are bursting open with a bang.   Azaleas are some of the most beautiful of all the flowering shrubs and are certainly a southern tradition in most of our yards.  They come in many sizes and colors.  Azaleas are especially […]

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