Durham

Durham or anywhere else just isn’t the same as it was last year at this time of the year. Both Durham churches are still holding services with much smaller crowds.

The Bapti s t canceled Thanksgiving and Christmas church dinners.

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Washita

152 years ago today, the 7th Cavalry were on campaign, heading towards Black Kettle’s village. They arrived after midnight in the rolling hills on the north side of the Washita River.

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Hammon

Temps have really been a little cooler this week. Tuesday morning we did get a nice shower, but more chances of rain this week. Please continue to pray that God will bless us with some really good amounts of moisture! Area farmers need rain to keep their wheat going and fill their ponds back up!

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Cheyenne

We have had one of the driest Novembers in history. We received some moisture Tuesday and rain is expected throughout the weekend. Be careful when you are out feeding cattle or hunting, there are deer hunters everywhere!

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Canadian Club

Lesly Broadbent of Yukon, Gentry Meyer of Houston, Drew Meyer of OSU, Lynn Broadbent and Ted and Lea Ann Broadbent were visitors with Billy and Leah Broadbent during the week

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Durham

I still haven’t adjusted to the time change. It gets dark a long time before I can get through my day. Maybe when the snow flies, I will be ready to come in and sit by the fire for a while.

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Hammon

Temps have really been really nice and seem to be staying on that track for this week. Last Saturday the wind was absolutely horrible! People lost tree limbs, shingles, and some lost power again! Please continue to pray that God will bless us with some really good amounts of moisture! Area farmers need rain to keep their wheat going and fill their ponds back up! Please remember those who are sick or shut-in in our community or those who have community ties. These people need our prayers and maybe drop them a card or stop by to visit for a few minutes. Concern list—Kasey Kropp, William Cole, Jocee Askew, Brenita Lewis, Ginger Tatum, Lois Gwartney Powers, Kristi Wilson Hort, Carl Orgain, Linda Weaver Campbell, Shirley Sparks, Dom D’Achille, Rhonda Lovelace, Michael Linville, and Judy and Bob Marshall. If there are people that are being missed on this list please contact Brenda Archer. Also please keep our nation, our people, and our leadership in your prayers.

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Clothes Closet

Well it has been a very good week for the shop. Tuesday Mike from Custer County Emergency Management was so kind to donate time, fuel and vehicle to take a trailer load of donations from the store to the Clinton Women’s Shelter for us. Thank you, Mike.

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Washita

The “HU,” a popular Mongolian folk metal band, has taken traditional instruments and singing and blended them with modern instruments and sounds.

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Cheyenne

We have had winter weather, and not we seem to be back to spring. The mornings are cold, but the afternoons have ended in the 70s. Perfect weather! Roger Mills Memorial Hospital has completed a total of 352 COVID-19 tests as of Friday, November 13, 2020.

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