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Area veterans were honored Monday in Veterans Day ceremonies that included special acknowledgment of nearly two dozen World War II soldiers.

It took longer than head coach Chip Bilderback and the Wildcats would have liked, but Columbia (10-2) battled through a challenging second half on a torn-up field and clawed its way to a 28-20 road victory over Crystal Springs in the second...

East now faces rematch against 11-1 Lumberton

The Columbia Wildcats (2-1) bounced back from a season-opening loss against Oak Grove with a clutch win over South Jones and a dominant showing over Mendenhall.

For the second time this year, Columbia (10-2) will host Jeff Davis (9-4) with seemingly everything on the line.

For 15 years, Goss Baptist Church’s annual Blessing of the Hunt has brought a message about nature and God’s glory.







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Art draws out Bible truths

By CHARLIE SMITH,

Forensic science takes a narrative — a description of a suspect — and transforms it into an image — a sketch police can use to catch the bad guy.

In the same way, Chuck Terrell says, biblical forensics takes unseen truths from the Bible and turns them into images that people can easily understand.





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It is officially basketball season for all four Marion County schools, with several of the... READ MORE


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Courtney Smith, daughter of Kevin and Candice Shows of Kokomo and Kevin and Jan Smith of New... READ MORE


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The following marriage license applications were received by the Marion County Circuit... READ MORE