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Today's Features

  • “Now unto Him who is able to do far more abundantly beyond all that we ask or think, according to the power that works within us.”

    Ephesians 3:20 

    This is Patty Sprague’s favorite scripture, which she feels has given her the strength through the years.

  • Wilma Kruger, a life-long resident of the area, doesn’t recall when she began entering the competitions at the Fayette County Fair; she only remembers that it has been many years.

  • The late Clifford Nickels, who lived on the road now known as Ill. Route 185, across from the area on which the 4-Mile Store once stood, shared many of his memories of the long-ago days of his youth.

  • Fayette Faces is focusing on the day care/child care centers in the area, and this week’s visit was made to the recently established Bright Beginnings managed by Amie LeDuc.

  • This week’s Mystery Banks Photo: This mother and daughter, pictured nearly 20 years ago,  both still live in Vandalia.

  • Sunrise service, breakfast on Sunday at St. James Lutheran

    St. James Lutheran will hold an Easter sunrise service at 6:30 a.m. this Sunday.
    Following the service, a breakfast will be served.
    The church is located at 727 W. Gallatin St. in Vandalia.
    For more information, call the church at 283-0725.

    Easter morning schedule is announced by Bethel Baptist

    Bethel Baptist Church will hold a full morning of activities this  Sunday as it observes Easter.

  • By Charlene M. Jett
    Yes! Yes! We had a leader today – the Rev. Jim Fackler! Yes! Yes! We had a pianist today – Donna Smith! Today our meeting went very well and on time. Our entertainer was Bob Langley and his guitar – more about him later. We missed our Vandalia Long Term Care friends. Where were you?
    We started out singing our special greeting and welcome songs as refreshments were served.

  • “Check Mate” is a famous painting of a chess game that, to the casual observer, leaves its audience walking away from it with a feeling of defeat.

  • Under the theme of "Many Voices United in Prayer," the Vandalia Ministerial Alliance will host a series of prayer meetings in preparation for a breakfast on the National Day of Prayer.
    That breakfast will be held on Thursday, May 1, at 7 a.m. at the Crawford-Hale American Legion Home in Vandalia. Speaker for the event will be Staci Carroll, a member of First United Methodist Church in Vandalia.

  • Crystal R. Miller and Jacob C. Whalen of Vandalia have announced their engagement and upcoming wedding plans.