Following the historical society’s acquisition of the historic Lutheran church, the June 9, 1970, Valley Falls Historical Society’s newsletter, edited by the late Arthur Strawn, advised the members:
“The Valley Falls Historical Society has become the owner of property. The historic little church building (Lutheran church located at Hwy. 16 and Elm Street) is now officially the property of our society.”
The Frakes’ household in Valley Falls is crazy-busy all the time, says mother of four, Jeanie Frakes, but as her kids are getting prepared for fair time, the busyness seems amped.
A Jefferson County doctor who made referrals to the late abortion doctor George Tiller will likely lose her license at a hearing scheduled for tomorrow (Friday).
by Carolyn Kaberline Halloween—it’s the time for ghosts, ghouls and goblins and things that go bump in the night. All those ghostly creations plus plenty of tombstones and crosses bearing the letters R.I.P. and other symbols of the season can be found at Henryville, located north of Williamstown off Highway 59. Created by Jerry Henry […]
The congregation at St. Theresa Catholic Church in Perry conducted a groundbreaking ceremony Sunday on a long held dream.
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Bernice M. Brunton, 92, died Dec. 16, 2009, in Fayetteville, Ark. She was born Jan. 26, 1917, to Irl and Margaret Baker near Ozawkie, and lived there until 1942. Most of her life was spent in Raytown, Mo., where she completed 32 years of teaching in elementary grades in 1981. She graduated from Ozawkie Rural […]
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