By Bob Lowry Freedom Bible Fellowship Jesus announced the birth of His church with these amazing words: ‘I will build My church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it.” (Matthew 16:18) His church, which is visibly represented on earth by … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: A church with a pulse
“A good Farmers Market doesn’t just happen. We need vendors, volunteers, visitors and customers.” Michelle Perdue, Grangeville Farmers’ Market. The ‘Local Food Movement’ is becoming a growing concern. Wikipedia defines it as “connecting food … [Read more...] about Garden Clippings: Local farmers markets
By Angela Broncheau Congratulations to the ‘Spring into Fitness Challenge’ winners! Total inches lost: 1st place Paulette Smith, 2nd place Fianna Hayes, 3rd place Valerie Alexander, and 4th place Sabrina Wakefield. Men’s fat loss: 1st place Jeremy … [Read more...] about Ee-too-tum-tine (What’s New)
By Angela Broncheau Kamiah and Lapwai NMPH Clinics will be closed Friday June 16 in observance of the Whitebird Memorial. They will resume regular business hours on Monday, June 19. Keemex weye! (Let’s Move!) 1st annual Fun Run/Walk 3K and 5K … [Read more...] about Ee-too-tum-tine (What’s New)
By Linda Morrison “The delicate, flavorful, colorful fresh herbs known as a whole as rau thom, or ‘fresh vegetable,’ are one of Vietnamese food’s best and most distinguishing features.” Alison Spiegel of Huffington Post Eating at Vietnamese … [Read more...] about Garden Clippings: Fresh herbs on the table
By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, What happens to a person’s debt after they die? My mother has taken on a lot of medical and credit card debt over the past few years and I’m worried that my brother and I will be responsible for it when she … [Read more...] about Savvy Senior: Can I inherit my parent’s debt?
By Baxter Black People develop a morbid relationship with the most unlikely things. “Git rid of that horse, Newt! It’s bound to kill ya someday!” But Newt keeps saddlin’ up the widow maker. “Don’t be eatin’ those chilis, Newt! Ya know … [Read more...] about On the Edge of Common Sense: Handyman jacks
By Dorothy Rosby, syndicated columnist I knew it. I’m being watched. I’ve thought so for a long time and now I know it for sure. My husband and I have been traveling. We’re just preparing to leave our hotel when I notice a message on my cell … [Read more...] about Personal assistant or peeping Tom?
By Kelly Lineberry The Life Center Life is like a rodeo and all you have to do is stay in the saddle. Easier said than done sometimes. It would be nice if life were just a gentle ride on an easy trail. Sometimes we draw a tough one. Sometimes … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: The 8 second ride
Who is ready for vacation Bible school? Children in grades K-6th are invited to attend Operation Arctic Edge 2017 at Stites Baptist Church, 106 Main Street, June 19-22 from 9 a.m.- noon. Crafts, music, Bible studies, snacks, bounce house and more … [Read more...] about VBS at Stites Baptist Church