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Freedom United Methodist Church news

On the fourth Sunday of Advent, Dec. 22, the order of services at the Freedom United Methodist Church was; Prelude by Janell Reutlinger Candle lighters – Shay and Reagan Wilson Invocation by Pastor Todd Reading and Lighting of the Fourth Advent...

 

Freedom birthdays

Happy Birthday To Dec. 26: Bob Benn, Natalie Eden, Kent Ledford Dec. 27: George Leist Dec. 28: Mindy Snow, Bub McIver, Maria Fraire Dec. 29: Ethan West, Kevin Wares, Bill Burkhart, Paula Bradt, Donna Vogt, JoAnna Smith Dec. 30: Chris Stansberry,...

 

Freedom anniversaries

Happy Anniversary To: Dec. 28: Mr. & Mrs. Charles McIver Dec. 31: Mr. & Mrs. Craig Harris Jan. 1: Mr. & Mrs Gary Wise Jan. 2: Mr. & Mrs. Bret Smith Jan. 15: Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Pierce (Note: Send corrections, additions to: freedomcallnews@gmail.com or...

 

Alva woman critically injured in wreck

Kerri D. Covalt, 50, of Alva, was admitted in critical condition to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City Monday following a collision southwest of Alva. Her injuries are described as trunk internal,...

 

Man killed, woman hurt in police shooting in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Two Oklahoma City police officers opened fire on a gun wielding man, killing him, after a two-hour standoff in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant, police said. Police Capt. Larry Withrow said the 60-year-old man who was...

 

Education official, songwriter named group's Kansans of Year

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A group dedicated to preserving and promoting Kansas history has named a longtime state education official and a country music singer-songwriter as its 2019 Kansans of the Year. The Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas plans to...

 

Kansas officials want charity regulation under single office

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas officials whose offices register charities and enforce anti-fraud laws separately want the Legislature to give both duties to one agency. Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Secretary of State Scott Schwab are jointly...

 

Agriculture's woes drag down Kansas personal income growth

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Personal income growth in Kansas is below the national average largely because of troubles in agriculture. Kansas farmers face an expanding drought and low commodity prices, though a break in an ongoing tariff dispute may bring...

 

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