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Church sermon topics

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¯ Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Que Sera, Sera.” - Buena Vista United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “How Good Is Your Balance?” ¯ Calvary Community Missionary Baptist Church, Steubenville: “A Can-Do Spirit.” - Covenant Presbyterian Church, ...

Volunteers being sought for Arbor Day project

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STEUBENVILLE — City Parks and Recreation Director Lori Featherolf is looking for extra hands to help clean up Beatty Park on Arbor Day, April 29. Featherolf said she’s already had quite a few people call and ask if they can help, “but I’ll take as many as I can get.” “I think we ...

The response of God’s servant is what sets him apart

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By Pastor Rick Gault Numbers 12:1-3 Miriam and Aaron began to talk against Moses because of his Cushite wife, for he had married a Cushite. “Has the LORD spoken only through Moses?” they asked. “Hasn’t he also spoken through us?” And the LORD heard this. (Now Moses was a very humble ...

Pupils ‘spread the word to end the word’

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TORONTO — The fourth- and fifth-grade pupils at J.T. Karaffa Elementary School were learning to “spread the word to end the word,” Thursday. Cookie West, the employment navigator and community facilitator for the Jefferson County Board of Developmental Disabilities, spoke to the ...

ALL open house features classes starting April 1

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STEUBENVILLE — The Academy of Lifelong Learning that offers a variety of horizon-broadening learning opportunities for area residents 50 and older held an open house March 16 to promote the approach of its spring semester. Academy President Iris Craig welcomed faithful students, newcomers ...

Police reports

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Steubenville Arrested: Creshawn C. Tyler, 24, address unknown, obstructing official business, Wednesday. Cited: Vonda K. Hamilton, no age listed, Urichsville, expired plates; Quintin Littlejohn, 26, 1010 Adams St., improper display of plates; and Benjamin M. Staniszewski, 20, New ...

County gets project updates

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STEUBENVILLE — The Jefferson County commissioners on Thursday were updated on several pending water and sewer projects. Tom Hartwig of Arcadis, the county’s engineering consultant, told the commissioners there will have to be several eminent domain actions filed in court concerning the ...

Community news from around the area

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Fundraiser luncheon Sunday to benefit Rainbow Girls STEUBENVILLE — The Steubenville Assembly of International Order of the Rainbow Girls will be holding a fundraiser to help with the cost of the girls attending Grand Assembly this summer. The spaghetti luncheon fundraiser will be held ...

Protest claims ‘injustice’ by diocese

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STEUBENVILLE — Two leaders from the Survivors of Those Abused by Priests Thursday held a protest outside the Diocese of Steubenville to question what they are calling “injustices” by the diocese. Judy Jones, the S.N.A.P. Midwest regional leader, and Steven Spaner, the S.N.A.P. ...

Wintersville water line continuing to cause problems

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WINTERSVILLE — Mayor Bob Gale offered thanks to area residents for their cooperation during Wednesday’s water break. “I want to thank the residents and businesses for their understanding,” he said during Thursday night’s Village Council meeting. Gale said the break occurred ...