October 21, 2014

Local News:

EMS And Fertilizer Top Discussion At Commission Meeting -

Monday, October 20, 2014

Senior Center LUNCHEON -

Monday, October 20, 2014

Spaghetti Dinner at Bledsoe Senior Center -

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Wild Hogs, Agriculture Enemy Number One! -

Monday, October 6, 2014

Blood Supplies Running Low -

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Roy Thompson Burgess -

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Will Angel Set To Become 4th Director Of EMS -

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Ebola outbreaks in the US -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Worse Than Ebloa, But Nothing Is Being Done -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Blood Assurance Foundation Golf Tournament Announced -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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EMS And Fertilizer Top Discussion At Commission Meeting

Oct 20, 2014

Bledsoe County Commission met on Monday Night, October 20 2014 to discuss business of Bledsoe County. After prayer and pledge the meeting was called to order by Chairman Craig Mercer who quickly announced an change in the agenda as many citizens had gathered to discuss issues concerning our county. A quick run down of items on the agenda. revealed approval of previous minutes, approval of Notaries in the county, Changing the name of the Sportsman Committee to Fisheries and Wildlife Committee along with adding more concerned sportsmen, landowners and commissioners to the committee, . A report on delinquent tax property…

Senior Center LUNCHEON

Oct 20, 2014

  All proceeds go to funding of your Bledsoe Co, privately owned, Senior Center Friday Oct. 24th . 2014 Have lunch with us! We offer a variety of: Salads, dressings, fruit, finger foods, Homemade Desserts and Drink Affordable price of   $6.00 Place : Bledsoe Senior Center GPS TO : 148 FRAZIER ST, PIKEVILLE TN.     423-447-6111 Time: 11:00am – 1:00pm Dine IN or Take Out Call Jo Ann to fix plates & deliver to your business 447-6111                 

Spaghetti Dinner at Bledsoe Senior Center

Oct 11, 2014

BLEDSOE SENIOR CENTER Oct. 17th, 2014 @ 4 to 6 pm Spaghetti DINNER       Spaghetti with meat sauce Dinner,  Bread, Tossed Salad,  Drink & Homemade Dessert   DINE IN OR CARRY OUT   ALL FOR $8.00 a PLATE

EMS And Fertilizer Top Discussion At Commission Meeting

Bledsoe County Commission met on Monday Night, October 20 2014 to discuss business of Bledsoe County. After prayer and pledge the meeting was called to order by Chairman Craig Mercer who quickly announced an change in the agenda as many citizens had gathered to discuss issues concerning our county. A quick run down of items on the agenda. revealed approval of previous minutes, approval of Notaries in the county, Changing the name of the Sportsman Committee to Fisheries and Wildlife Committee along with adding more concerned sportsmen, landowners and commissioners to the committee, . A report on delinquent tax property…

Senior Center LUNCHEON

  All proceeds go to funding of your Bledsoe Co, privately owned, Senior Center Friday Oct. 24th . 2014 Have lunch with us! We offer a variety of: Salads, dressings, fruit, finger foods, Homemade Desserts and Drink Affordable price of   $6.00 Place : Bledsoe Senior Center GPS TO : 148 FRAZIER ST, PIKEVILLE TN.     423-447-6111 Time: 11:00am – 1:00pm Dine IN or Take Out Call Jo Ann to fix plates & deliver to your business 447-6111                 

Oct. 20. ADMONITIONS TO VARIOUS INDIVIDUAL GROUPS OF CHRISTIANS.

I Pet. 2:18-3:12   God does not classify Christians according to social status, gender or occupation. Servants sometimes refused to abide by their stations in life. Whether slaves or hired, they were admonished to submit to their masters or employers.   Many times servants were punished unjustly. Even in those circumstances, Peter admonished them to suffer patiently as Christ had patiently suffered for the sins of man. All must remember how Christ who had no sins suffered unjustly in order for man who is a sinful creature to have forgiveness and freedom from his sins.   As Christian slaves were…

Oct. 19. REIGNS OF AZARIAH/UZZIAH AND JOTHAM IN JUDAH.

              II Kin. 14:21, 22; 15:1-7; 32-38; II Chron. 26:1-27:9      After the death of King Amaziah, his son, Azariah began to reign over Judah. He had a fifty-two year reign and was mostly well pleasing to God during that time. The prophets, Jonah, Amos, Hosea and Isaiah began prophesying during the reigns of Jeroboam II of Israel and Azariah of Judah.      While Azariah ruled Judah, they enjoyed much prosperity. God helped him to capture many cities in the area. He had much personal farm land and many cattle. Judah also…