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Swords left a mark on many lives

Dottie Saffold is in the hospital at Madison. She was last week and this week. I hope that you will be better very soon Dottie! The Buckhead Baptist Church honored the graduates Sunday in the service. There were the pictures of the lives of each one shown.

Vacation Bible Study on June 28

Is the calendar right?  Is this the middle of May?   Has anyone else had their air and heat on the same day?   We have but it has been nice.  Enjoying the cool sleeping weather. Sunday was a good day overall,  some rain, some sunshine, cloudy and cool

“May is a very deceitful month”

The blanket on our bed sure did feel good last night and it would have felt really good the night before that and the night before that, but I just couldn’t get my sleepy and lazy self out of the bed to get up and get it, so

We need to see from God’s point of view

The attendance on Sunday morning was good for worship service with several visitors present. We are always glad to have them as they come each week. We also had some members back after being out for a while. We hope everyone was blessed by coming and will

Like Sand Through the Hour Glass…

There are those precious commodities of life that are valuable in nature and limited in amount. TIME is one such commodity. We only have a set amount of time each day. Yet, the demands for our time seem to grow exponentially by the hour. Time is constantly moving and once

Went to a Garden Party

The Rutledge Garden Club, nicknamed “The Dirt Girls”, is one of the hardest working organizations in the RTL. The Garden Club is comprised of 25 of the most wonderful ladies you will ever meet. The group is celebrating its ninth year of service to our community. The

Gazebo Grooves! Be there at Town Park Friday at Noon

Lake murder shocks community

By Patrick Yost editor There was a single topic of conversation this past week at every coffee club, lunchroom counter or other public gathering place. Who killed and beheaded Russell Dermond, 88, and where is his wife Shirley? And, Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills said during one

HPC Approved

By Tia Lecorchick staff writer The Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) approved Kathi Russell for a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA), after more than a year of stalled negotiations, with certain conditions. “I am delighted,” said Russell. “We will start construction right away.” Russell, owner of the historic Mapp-Gilmore

Woman held for three days

By Patrick Yost Editor A 61–year–old Madison man was arrested Wednesday, May 7, and charged with false imprisonment after he allegedly held a 36–year–old woman against her will for three days and demanded sex, reports state. Alfred Joseph Duncan was arrested and charged after the woman told