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Community News

  • Wartburg Police Department to host ‘Breakfast with Santa’ December 4th

        Come have breakfast with Santa and tell him your Christmas wish list early! The Wartburg Police Department will be sponsoring the breakfast December 4th from 9:00-11:00 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Wartburg. The money raised from the breakfast will go towards purchasing gifts for kids on our local angel trees.

  • Cousins begin hunting season with kills

        Cousins, Aaron Taylor and Mikayla Heidel killed their first deer during the Juvenile Hunt on October 30th. Their families are very proud of them.

  • Houston kills first deer

        6 year old Austin Lee Houston of the Glades Community killed his first deer while hunting with his grandfather on October 30th. Everyone was really proud of him.

  • Spike killed opening morning

        Cole Keeton, age 10, killed this spike buck during the opening morning of the Juvenile Hunt on Oct. 30, 2010. He was hunting with his dad. The buck was harvested in Scott Co. Cole is in the 5th grade at Central Elementary School. His family is very proud of him.
     

  • Great Cookie Exchange December 3rd in Lancing

        On December 3rd before the Christmas rush begins, bring your family, two dozen of your favorite holiday cookies, and a copy of your cookie recipe to share to the Great Cookie Exchange.
        This joyous celebration of Christmas is sponsored by the Lancing Heritage Art League and will feature several local musicians. The event begins at 7:00 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church in Lancing .
        For more information, contact Albert Lane at 346-3058.
     

  • Pine Orchard Baptist Church to feature Shannon Bunch

        Shannon Bunch will be in concert this Sunday morning, November 14th at the Pine Orchard Baptist Church.
        From Anitoch, Tn., Shannon began singing and playing the piano at the early age of 4 and has gone on to be a featured artist in The Singing News magazine, appeared at Octobertfest at Dollywood, and is a regular part of the National Quartet Convention.
        The church is located at 206 Pine Orchard Rd, off Hwy. 299 in the Pine Orchard community of Oakdale.

  • Thanksgiving Dinner at Abner Ross November 14th

        Sunday, November 14th, will be the date set for the “Thanksgiving Dinner” at the Deer Lodge Abner Ross Memorial Center beginning at 1 p.m. This is an annual event looked forward to by young and old alike. It’s a good chance to socialize and see family and friends you have visited with recently.
        There will be the “Good Neighbor of the Year Award” presented to some deserving citizen for their work in helping the community.

  • Roane Medical Center seeks volunteers

        Roane Medical Center appreciates and values the assistance of community volunteers to help provide a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere for patients and visitors. The hospital seeks interested candidates 18 years and older to help in volunteer services.

  • Chestnut Ridge

        First off, I’m Maw of our thirty-second little great, Makinley Reece was born Monday, Oct. 25th to Jeremy and Kristie Fishback in Ohio. She weighed 7 lbs, 3 oz and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Earlene Fishback and Elmer and Karen Fishback of Ohio. Angela Brown of Burrville and David and Angie Branstetter of Deer Lodge, James and Barbara Brown are great-grandparents. Makinley has a big sister Bailey Lynn and three brothers, Logan, Owen and Zander.

  • Piney

        Good morning all. I hope all had a good weekend.
        I went to church both times. It was real good to be there. Pat preached real good both times. The singing was real good too. We were glad to have Anita Jane (Langley) Brock and husband. We enjoyed a fellowship with Pat for Appreciation Day for our Pastor. One little boy said, “Pat says he can’t preach good, but he can”. So our little ones listen.