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Living Life Over

5 years ago Kylee Johnston was named the best junior handler in the novice division of the Missouri State Fair Canine Show. She also brought home first place in showmanship and overall junior showmanship as well as fourth place in the Rally event. She was joined by her dog, Twilight. With more than 85% of the…

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Ruby Red Hats of Rutledge

Ruby Red Hats of Rutledge met on Wednesday, September 16 at Pizza Hut in Memphis.  Dorothy Hunolt was hostess and Reva Hustead did a reading.  Others attending were: Ruth Ludwick, Marlene Henry, Nancy Jo Waack, Virginia Hustead, Nancy Tague platz and Neta Phillips.  Our next meeting will be at Keith’s Cafe in Memphis on Monday,…

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Rutledge Renegades

Luke and Lena Mae Horning went to New York with 25 other people celebrating 50 years of marriage. One couple had booked the trip but her husband passed. She went on the trip alone.  A new roof was put on the community building over the new sidewalk and blacktop  was applied to the parking lot. …

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Who Gave You Permission?

By Pastor Steve Ellison Isaiah 22:15-25 is a very interesting and somewhat difficult to interpret passage, at least in terms of the details.  The overview seems somewhat easier, at least to me.  I want to look at the big picture.  Remember when God wrote His Bible, He was not writing a history book or a…

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Scotland County Nutrition Center Menu

Tuesday September 22 Tenderloin on Bun/Onions, Pasta Veggie Salad, Green Beans, Watermelon and Cantalopue Wednesday September 23 Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Spinach, Hot Roll, Mixed Fruit Thursday September 24 Taco Salad, Lettuce, Beans, Chips, Tomatoes, Peas, Applesauce, Cookie Friday September 25 BBQ or Plain Riblett, Hash Brown Casserole, Carrot and Pineapple Jello Salad, Bread,…

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Letter to the Editor

 By Don D. Tague and a reporting daughter  September 14, 2020  The Santa Fe Railroad is busy. Very busy. What is going on?  Two national news articles of Sept. 11 and Sept. 13 (cited below) say that the Santa Fe Railroad is not just troubled taking cargo from west to east but now cargo is…

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Scotland County Nutrition Center Menu

Thursday September 17: Meatloaf, Mac & Cheese, Fruit Juice, Coleslaw, Peas, Slice Bread, Cookie Friday September 18: Fish Fillet, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Cornbread, Strawberry Shortcake & Topping Monday September 21 Chicken Strips, Scalloped Cabbage, Buttered Carrots, Bread, Fruit Crisp Tuesday September 22 Tenderloin on Bun.Onions, Pasta Veggie Salad, Greenbeans, Watermelon and Cantalopue Wednesday September…

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It’s For the Birds

Sandra Ebeling   The cooler weather has been delightful and refreshing.  We have received 4 inches of rain since September 7.  There were a lot of cloudy days for a bit.  I think we are all ready for a few days of sun and autumn temps.   Our family had a great Labor Day weekend…

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Where Are Your Wise Men Now?

Pastor Steve Ellison As we continue our journey through the Bible examining the questions that God asks of various individuals and groups, we come to Isaiah 19, which is a prophecy against Egypt.  In the first half of the chapter, God gave the Egyptians a warning regarding what He was about to do to their…

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Dancing Rabbit

After several consecutive days of rain and grey cloud cover, I looked to the sky this morning and saw dawn break for the first time in what felt to me like weeks. Though I welcome the rain after many weeks of unrelenting heat, there is a certain heaviness I observe in my steps and those…

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