Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Southern Crittenden County News: Nov. 20, 2008

By Matthew T. Patton and Michelle Henderson

We are glad to report Bro. Lonnie Knight, pastor of Seven Springs, is out of the hospital after recently suffering a heart attack. We wish him a speedy recovery.

We're also happy to note that Ann Sutton is home from the hospital.

A'Deana Burris celebrated a birthday this week.

Josh and Star Mahns have been spending some time in Indiana where Josh's mom is fighting a battle with cancer.

Our sympathies are extended to the family of Imogene Davenport Stone Peters, 82, of Eddyville who died Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2008, at Hilltop Nursing Home in Kuttawa after an extended illness. She was buried at Dycusburg Cemetery.

Hunters have been coming from all over the country to take to the fields. Our area has produced some very large whitetail deer. But the harvesting of the deer population doesn't mean you still don't need to be careful on the roads.

Just a few copies remain of "Dycusburg, Kentucky: A Glance at Her Past." If you're interested in obtaining a copy before the holidays at a discounted rate of $50 (normally $75), call 215-285-0920 or e-mail

Josh, Star and Jacob Mahns; Jenny Patton and Aliyah Frutiger; and Travis and Emma Sosh enjoyed a night out bowling last week and dinner at Pagliai's.

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