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September 17, 2014

On September 10, Karen Brumbaugh went to a Kansas Association of Counties Leadership workshop in Emporia. The class was titled Effective Citizen Communication. It was attended by an attorney, Kansas commissioners, payroll clerks, hwy. dept. secretary, city administrators, health dept. administrators, and city councilors. The class was very interesting and gave a lot of information […]

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Wells News

September 17, 2014

Kent Harder has received the okay from the doctors to start therapy for his right leg but the left leg still needs more healing. He will be doing therapy two or three times a week in Minneapolis. Going back to work will be difficult since it requires quite a bit of walking. Pam Harder went […]

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Delphos Methodist

September 17, 2014

During the Praise and Petition time, the arrival of great-grandchildren to two families was shared and prayer was offered for a heart situation and a cancer diagnosis for congregation acquaintances and for Deloris Pachta who was unable to be at church. The Scripture readings were about Jesus feeding the 5,000 (Mk. 6:30-44) and His warning the […]

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Delphos Presbyterian

September 17, 2014

Pastor Mick will be attending her niece’s wedding the weekend of Oct. 5. Rev. Don Schroeder will be the guest minister. World Communication Sunday and Peacemaking offering will be observed. Fall Gathering will be held at the Manhattan Trinity Presbyterian Church on Oct. 21. The mission project will be t-shirt diapers. If you have any […]

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Salt Creek News

September 17, 2014

By Mary Lott Carleen Berry attended the MJH football game on Thursday to watch Cooper Berry play. On Sunday, Carleen went with the Home Art Club ladies to the Salina Community Theatre to see the musical “Mary Poppins”. Afterwards they ate at Applebee’s. Mary Lott joined the H.O.P.E. ladies on Monday evening at the home […]

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Living Cornerstone

September 17, 2014

We were privileged to have as our guest minister, Pattie Duininck-Ah Kui, and her new husband, James. Pattie co-founded Uttermost Ministries on the beautiful Samoan islands. Since her husband’s passing, Pattie has refused to quit or be moved from the assignment God had given them and continues to press on through three unique arms of […]

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Golden Wheel News

September 17, 2014

Menu: 9/18 pork roast; 9/19 birthday dinner, chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, wheat roll, cake and ice cream, 9/22 hamburger on a bun; 9/23 turkey and noodles; 9/24 chef’s salad; 9/25 oven fried chicken. Call 392-3338 to request a meal for dine-in, carryout or home delivery. All requests must be called in before […]

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Ada News

September 17, 2014

Karen Brumbaugh went to Emporia on Wednesday. It was one of the first terribly foggy and misty days this fall. Karen picked up Gage and Jaelie Gibson on Thursday to spend the night. The Salina schools did not have classes ona Thursday, Friday, or Monday. Karen, Sue Miller, Gage, and Jaelie met Bill Gibson in […]

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Around the County

September 14, 2014

By Karen Bramburgh The commissioners and County Highway Administrator John Copple looked at bridges on September 2. As we stood in the middle of the bridge and looked at the wooden planks, nails and old iron and steel railings, a story seemed to come alive. Most of these bridges were built in the early 1900’s. Smaller […]

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Wells News

September 14, 2014

By Donna Adee and Polly Pearce Maxine Windhorst will be 99 on Thursday, Sept. 11. That makes her the ‘youngest’ lady in Wells. Happy Birthday, Maxine. Elaine Bednarz hosted a birthday luncheon for her son, Jeffrey Bednarz, on Friday at Logan’s Steakhouse in Salina. Local attendees were Jeffrey’s aunt, Lola Richert, and cousin, Wanda Richert, […]

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