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Two hundred years ago, Mount Tambora volcano erupted in in Indonesia that killed 80 thousand people in that area and destroyed whole villages. The land was covered with almost four feet of volcanic … more
The Carters from Ten Mile will be at Ball Play Baptist Church, in Old Fort, Sunday at 10:45 a.m. ——— 2017 Homecoming celebrating 91 years of service to the Lord will be held Sunday Feb. … more
The Central Church of Christ will have homecoming services on Sunday. The church will be celebrating its 91 years of "service to the Lord," according to a spokesman. On Sunday, the guest … more
The Carters, from Ten Mile, will be at Ball Play Baptist Church in Old Fort Sunday at 10:45 a.m. ——— Big Spring United Methodist Church will have its monthly covered-dish fellowship … more
Fox Mountain Express will headline the free Cowboy Gospel Jubilee this Friday evening at 7. “Fox Mountain Express is an exceptional bluegrass band,” said Steve Poteet, producer of the … more
Big Spring United Methodist Church will have its monthly covered-dish fellowship dinner Wednesday, beginning at 6 p.m. The menu is soup, salad and fixings. ——— Pastors Charles and Margie … more
Trinity Trio will sing at Parkway Baptist Church, 185 Meadow Lane S.E., at 11 a.m. today. more
Lee University students, faculty, and staff will soon come together for a time of spiritual rest and reflection during this semester’s Convocation. Services begin Sunday evening with a message from … more
The district fellowship meeting for the Church of God of Prophecy Southeast Tennessee will be held on Sunday at 6 p.m., at Chattanooga Chickamauga Loop Church of God of Prophecy in Chattanooga, … more
An anti-Semitic fraud was created more than 100 years ago by Czar Nicholas II of Russia that falsely portrayed a cabal of unnamed Jews bent on global domination. Called “Protocols” the … more
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