Area veterans were honored Monday in Veterans Day ceremonies that included special acknowledgment of nearly two dozen World War II soldiers.
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Monday, Oct. 8
For the last two weeks at my house we have been totally absorbed in “The Tale of Peter Rabbit.” If is, you see, the theme of a birthday party to be held on Saturday. The birthday boy, all of 2 years old, is completely enchanted with Peter and his mischievous escapades.
Since moving its location to 70 Columbia Purvis Road, Body FX 24/7 has seen its membership rise and has been able to continually improve.
Owned by Donald Rawls and managed by Angela Dawsey, who has been with the business three years, Body FX 24/7 has a new personal trainer.
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.
The following land transactions were listed as completed in the Marion County Chancery Clerk’s Office during the week of Oct. 1:
• Travis P. Bourn and Lauren A. Bourn to Kiphyn L. Byrd and Dana R. Byrd
• Kiphyn L. Byrd and Dana Roberts Byrd to Michael G. Alford and Greg Alford