Two red-bellied woodpeckers have been coming to our bird feeders this year. Two, one male and one female, never more than two at once and always a male and a female when there were two, never two males or two females.
After more than a decade of frustration, the Staples Ford Bridge project came to fruition Tuesday (April 19, 1994) as bids were opened. The new span over the Muscatatuck River will be replace an old steel bridge on Priscilla Lake Road, also known as County Road 900 West, at the Spencer and Marion Township line. Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Pastor Connie Barr's April 14 message title at New Bethel U.M.C. was "Jesus Said When He is Lifted up From the Earth, He Will Draw all Men to Him" taken from scripture John 12:27-33. She asked "What is your greatest fear? Perfect love casts out fear and this reminds us of the serenity prayer. If Jesus Christ is your Savior, you have no fear. Do not walk in darkness toward Satan, but put your trust in the light, Jesus Christ. Satan would like to destroy our faith. If tempted, go back to the cross and find Jesus again." Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Mulch has become a landscape staple, almost to a fault when it is over applied, smothering roots and girdling trunks. When done properly, mulching can help to suppress weeds, retain moisture and moderate temperature. These things can be achieved using a variety of materials but which type of mulch suits your needs best?
April is here now, the month of showers, of warmer days and chilly nights. April, the month of spring color and growth, of grass turning green, of wildflowers blooming. April, the month buds swell on trees, then open and spread their leaves.
On the prayer list this week are Stacie Boswell, Gabe Cruser, and Hester Knox. Also on the list are those are recovering from the flu. Also, Chris Specht is now in the health care center after suffering a stroke.