June 4, 2014

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The Spiritual Woman

June 4, 2014

By Bev Bentley Wilson Most of us have heard the Bible story about Jesus feeding a large crowd of people with only five loaves of bread and two fish. I can still see in my mind the picture I saw as a child in Sunday School that illustrated the story… The crowd is sitting...

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Caney News

June 4, 2014

By Martha Baldridge Memorial Day weekend is too often thought of as a time for cook-outs, trips, family gatherings, decorating the graves of family members.  We need to remember that this is most of all a time to honor all veterans for the great sacrifices they made in protecting freedom, which we too often...

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Mousie News

June 4, 2014

By Charlotte Hicks Caudill Next week Hindman High Class of 1971:  The 8th and final installation in the series of my Hindman High graduating class will appear in next week’s column. Laurel Fork – an enchanted place:  I was invited to three family reunions and the Carr Creek Fish and Game Club fish fry...

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Bearville Notes

June 4, 2014

By Sherri Hicks I am officially a “grandma.”  Well, I have been since March 2, 2012, but our oldest son Wade adopted the little boy named Ethan and the paperwork was completed this week. Ethan is eight years old and says he needs to be nine before he can learn to spell “Prater” which...

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