Hych excited to share God’s word at new church in Derma

A transformation is taking place in downtown Derma in the old building by the post office.
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Bruce, Calhoun City hit mark with new ARCHERY programs

They step up, straddle the line and await the whistle to blow at which time they nock their arrow, draw their bow and take aim.
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Cat. Tree. Climb. Save – Cat rescuer Robert Reese saves Bruce kitty

Robert Reese stood at the base of the giant pine tree in Yancy-Easley subdivision in Bruce attaching all kinds of ropes, harnesses and tools to his belt, pausing every few minutes to calmly shout some reassurance to the cat on a branch 60 feet off the ground that there was nothing to fear.
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Jonathan Peeples getting to know Vardaman First Baptist

Jonathan Peeples is halfway toward becoming Vardaman First Baptist’s official pastor by his own rules.
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Bruce First Baptist’s Creative Learning Center turns 40

Bruce Creative Learning Center (CLC) has a reputation of graduating children most ready for kindergarten both academically and behaviorally.
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Santa Letters

Calhoun County children share their letters for Santa.

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Chrestman writes Christmas play for Ellard Baptist Church

Christmas means different things for different people, but for Ellard Baptist Church’s Madison Chrestman, it means a time to be creative.
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Feeling blessed – Cancer, nor pandemic can shake Tunnell’s thankfulness

Curt Tunnell went to Dr. Willie Wells’ office in Bruce in early November of 2019 looking to get a routine shot for a sore throat. Instead, something else was discovered that would change his life forever.
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Chapel at Cowpen has become local wedding destination

It all began when Sarah and Chance Adair were looking for a place to get married.
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Ryan Reed introduced as new First Baptist Bruce pastor

“There’s nothing like being able to step into the pulpit and proclaim God’s word,” Ryan Reed said. “I’ve been preaching consistently for seven years. When I started I was only 20 and was preaching to people who were believers longer than I’ve been alive. I wondered how was I going to tell them anything. How could I speak to them?”
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