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Good Thinking: Women of Faith

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“Spirit of faith come down; Reveal the things of God…”

So wrote Charles Wesley.

Faith is a gift from God that enables us to see and hear and feel God at work – at work in us, at work in others, at work in the world. Based on what we have seen and heard and felt, we have the assurance that God is with us at

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Closing Instructions for the Church Leader

by Pastor Steve Ellison

As the Holy Spirit closes out his manual for church leaders, He instructs Paul to point out some important truths to Titus concerning his relationships with others in the church. Titus 3:12-15 states,

“When I send Artemas or Tychicus to you, make every effort to come to me at Nicopolis, for I have decided to spend the winter there. 13 Diligently help Zenas the lawyer and

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‘Blue Star’ Honors Given to Twenty-Nine Families

ATCHISON COUNTY, MO — Twenty-nine Atchison County families, each of which has one or more member serving in our military forces, were honored at a recent community event. Patriotic songs were sung, as well as essays read, and banners known as Blue Star Flags—on which one blue star per active family member is affixed—were distributed to the families for purpose of display. One-hundred-forty people attended the event, held at Fairfax

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Great Northwest Wine Fest

MOUND CITY, MO – Plans for the fourth annual Great Northwest Wine Fest have been underway, and the event will take place on Saturday, October 5, at North Griffith Park. Nine wineries have confirmed their attendance: Stone Hill Winery, Windy Wine Company, Fahrmeier Farm Vineyards, Ladoga Ridge Winery, Baltimore Bend Winery, Riverwood Winery, Jowler Creek Winery, Pirtle Winery, and Tipple Hill. Many artisan booths will be on-hand with jewelry, gift

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Inmate Pleads Guilty to Strangling of Cellmate

ST. JOSEPH, MO — Tony King, 29, of Bethany, pleaded guilty this week of second-degree murder of his Buchanan County Jail cellmate, Michael A. Bozarth, 25. King admitted to strangling Bozarth while they were alone in their cell, though no motivation for the murder has been cited. King was previously convicted in the death of his 7-year-old son, whose body was found in a fire-destroyed mobile home in winter of

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Life Safety Achievement Award Goes to Bethany FD

BETHANY, MO – The Life Safety Achievement Award, presented by the National Association of State Fire Marshals (NASFM) Fire Research and Education Foundation, annually recognizes local fire prevention efforts which have reduced the number of lives lost to residential fires. The Bethany Fire Department earned this award for the year 2012, because there were no recorded deaths (or a reduction by 10%) related to the structural fires they fought. The

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AMOCO Manager Charged with Theft from Employer

GILMAN CITY, MO — Tanya D. Estrada, 39 of Gilman City, who had been manager of the town’s AMOCO, has been charged by the prosecutor’s office with seven counts of stealing. Estrada allegedly stole nearly $29,000 in cash, checks, and money orders from the station, which is owned by Landes Oil Company of Jamesport. Someone from Landes reported to the sheriff’s office that deposits hadn’t been making it to the

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5K4Kaela Event Upcoming

OSBORN, MO — Join the fun for a great cause on Sunday, October 13, when the Osborn community holds an event to benefit one of its own. Fifteen-year-old Mikaela Gray was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in August, and efforts are being made to help cover the extensive medical bills associated with treatment. “Cause 4 Kaela” will begin with a 5k Fun-Walk/Run at 4 p.m. in Osborn Park, followed by a

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Celebrate National Public Lands Day

TRENTON, MO — Volunteers at Crowder State Park are invited to join visitors across the nation to recognize the 20th anniversary of National Public Lands Day on Saturday, September 28. Sponsored by Missouri State Parks, the day’s events will focus on improvement activities in the park, including trail cleanup and other educational activities and games. Volunteers can register to participate at 9:30 a.m. in the lake parking lot. Event participants

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