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Errors cost WCH 12-year-old all-stars in 9-3 loss to Bryan - Record-Herald
CAMBRIDGE — The Washington C.H. 12-year-old Little League all-star team had its State tournament run come to an end here Wednesday with a 9-3 loss to the team from Bryan. Washington C.H. held a 3-2 lead going into the bottom of the fourth inning, but ...
New vendors, new flavors at Farmers Market - Record-Herald
Farm Bureau Organization Director, Steve Berk, and his fiancé, Jessica Fraley, are doing a cooking/grilling demo this week at the Fayette County Farmers Market. “Lamb Bites” will be prepared from local lamb (Taylor’s Tunis) and presented (with ...
Shelter from the Storm to be held Aug. 9 - Record-Herald
On Aug. 9, My Sister’s House 11th-annual Shelter from the Storm Awareness Event and Family Fun Day will be held at the Wal-Mart Super Center parking lot from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. This year the event will feature games, bouncy houses and prizes for the kids.
Singing Praises in concert at RACC tonight - Record-Herald
The gospel music group “Singing Praises” returns to the stage at Rose Ave. Community Center today at 7 p.m. Featuring great live Southern Gospel music with a country flair, their ministry mission is to share God’s Love and His message through song ...
New I.D. card for veterans - Record-Herald
Amy Jackson, Fayette County’s Veteran Service Officer, spent her week at the Fayette County Fair talking about the new Veteran I.D. card that was rolled out on July 21. Many veterans carry a Veteran’s Administration healthcare card. However, not all ...
Local food pantry receives support - Record-Herald
Clean cars help raise money for local food pantries, including First Presbyterian Church’s food pantry. Super Wash has 141 car washes across the nation that have participated in the fifth annual Food Raiser fundraiser. To date for 2014, $45,061 have been ...
Weeds around the Ornaments - Record-Herald
Recently we had a rainy couple of weeks and I allowed the weeds to take over our back yard mulch beds. If I am paying attention, is not hard to keep the weeds out of them. But I was using the rain as an excuse. Weeding the mulch beds is not my favorite ...
Women of Southside meet - Record-Herald
The women’s fellowship committee of Southside Church of Christ met on Tuesday, July 15. Those in attendance were: Sandy McKinney, Joann Leach, Linda Stone, Becky Crouch, June Milstead, Cathy Deakyne, Sherry Heinecke, Nancy Stookey, Pattie Wells, and ...
Holloway, Day announce nuptials - Record-Herald
Sarah BethAnn Holloway and Douglas William Day Jr. recited their vows and celebrated with family and friends on June 21, 2014 at Grace Community Church, Washington Court House. Pastor Jay Lucas officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mark and Susan ...
Rudduck files for state education seat - Record-Herald
Ron Rudduck, current District 10 Ohio State Board of Education representative, has filed his candidacy to retain his position as a member of the board. Rudduck has been serving on the state board since last August, having been appointed by Gov. John R.