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Today's Features

  • I once asked a man if he knew Jesus as his savior. “That’s personal,” he replied.

  • Rylee Suzanne Sasse
    Levi and Bre Sasse of Vandalia are the parents of a girl born at 9:55 a.m. on Friday, June 3, 2011, at Greenville Regional Hospital in Greenville.

  • Michelle Berger and Caleb Miller, both of Brownstown, have announced their engagement and upcoming wedding.

  • Dennis and Evelyn Meseke of Shobonier will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Monday, Aug. 1.

  • The dog days of summer have been – and are – upon us.
    Temperatures soaring up in the 90s and past100 degrees can cause serious health conditions, which can be fatal.

  • Blood drive Aug. 9 at Liberty Christian
    A blood drive will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 9, at Liberty Christian Church from 2:30-6:30 p.m.
    Donors are entered in a drawing to win a $250 weekly gas card, and will be entered in a car giveaway sweepstakes.
    Appointments can be made by calling 1-800-RED CROSS or by visiting redcrossblood.org. Use the Liberty Christian code to schedule your appointmnent.
    All donors must present a photo identification.

    All-church garage sale planned at Liberty

  • By Pat Rhodes
     In my Evergreen Outreach article last month, I believe I was complaining about all of the rain we were having. Don’t you wish we could have a little of that rain now? Every time I am out in the heat, I thank God that I can go home to a cool house.

  • Former St. Louis Cardinals catcher Mike Matheny spoke at last Wednesday's recognition event sponsored by the Vandalia Christian Athletes.

    In the first photo, Nathaniel Weaver receives a handshake and a certificate from Matheny for completing the Vandalia Christian Athletes camp. Matheny also spoke to the group assembled at the Vandalia Junior High School gymnasium, sharing his baseball memories and his Christian faith.

  • One of the things that my wife and I enjoy doing is going to antique stores and looking for antiques.
    There is something that is very intriguing to me about sitting in a 110-year-old chair and thinking about the people, the conversations, the laughter and the tears that may have happened while sitting in this chair.