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  • A. Donald Mingle

    May 4, 2023

    Born on Dec. 12, 1929, A. Donald Mingle, of Martinsburg, passed away April 28, 2023. Donald was born Dec. 12, 1929, in Roaring Spring, son of the late, Ammon D. and Lodie (Wolfe) Mingle. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Alma (Raugh). Also surviving are three sons to his former wife, Barbara (Stenger): A. David (Laurel) of Havertown; Daniel (Cindy) of South Paris, Maine; Douglas (Jo Ellen) of Martinsburg. Also two stepchildren: Randy Guyer (Dianna) and Karen Blattenberger (Daniel) all of Martinsburg; nine grandchildren; seven...

  • John William Bechtel

    May 4, 2023

    John William Bechtel, 88, of New Port Richey, Fla., formerly of Martinsburg, passed away Tuesday, April 25, 2023 in Florida. He was born March 8, 1935, in New Enterprise, son of the late Warren B. and Elda Idessa (Snyder) Bechtel. On Aug. 3, 1984, he married Lucretia A. Croft in Winchester, VA. He is survived by his beloved wife, Lucretia of 38 years; two step-daughters: Bobbi Jo Cunningham (Dave) and Heidi Roseberry (Rich); five grandchildren; a great-grandson; five sisters-in-law: Helen Bechtel, Betty Bechtel, Nancy Sands, Linda Brumbaugh...

  • Beverly Ann Vaughn

    May 4, 2023

    Beverly Ann Vaughn, 88, of Williamsburg, passed away Thursday evening, April 27, 2023, in Altoona. She was born June 22, 1934, in Williamsburg, daughter of the late Lawrence E. and Margaret K. (Renwick) Vaughn. She is survived by a sister, Sandy Martin; nieces, nephews, friends, and her beloved cat, Cookie. Beverly was preceded in death by two sisters: Patricia Gates and Sarah J. Frye. She was a 1951 graduate of Williamsburg High School. Beverly earned a registered nursing degree from Philadelphia General Hospital and later completed her nurse...

  • Pool Season Approaching

    May 4, 2023

    Employees from Jillco, Inc., a professional corporation located in Roaring Spring, work to remove years of paint build-up to ready the Hershberger Memorial Pool for another summer season of swimming at Morrisons Cove Memorial Park in Martinsburg. Within the next few weeks, the pool will be painted, lifeguards will be Red Cross certified and the snack bar will be replenished in preparations to open Memorial Day weekend for the 2023 summer season....

  • Pennsylvania Primary Election 2023 Guide

    KATIE MEYER, Spotlight PA|May 4, 2023

    Voters in Pennsylvania’s May 16 primary election will choose their parties’ statewide candidates for the Commonwealth, Superior, and Supreme Courts, plus a slew of candidates in local races for mayor, council, school boards, and more. All of these voters will have a chance to cast their ballots by mail. But thanks to Pennsylvania’s patchwork of mail voting regulations, their experiences may differ slightly county to county. The commonwealth dramatically expanded mail voting in 2019, allowing all registered voters to request mail ballots witho...

  • Curryville Teachers

    Grace Hamilton|May 4, 2023

    The next house was Rev. Clyde Bush's family. They had two daughters, Carolyn and Lois. Carolyn was a dear friend of mine. I played at their house often. Clyde had only one arm and I was amazed that he just went about life as though he didn't even know it was missing. They were a loving family. It was always comforting when I visited at Carolyn's home. Next was where my classmate, Bobby Ritchey, lived. His father, "Bud" ran Curry Supply. His mother, Sara, was my Sunday School teacher. She was...

  • Books to Borrow Roaring Spring Public Library Recommends

    May 4, 2023

    Released in 2021, “The Stepsisters” is a story about two stepsisters, Daisy and Sage, who share a half-sister, Cassidy. Set in Los Angeles, California, the story takes you on a journey of reconciliation, bonding and personal growth. Daisy is a nurse who inherited a trust fund from her mother as well as the family home. Sage left California for Europe in her teens and returns after her third failed marriage to try to build a life while dealing with all the issues that come from having a dys...

  • 125 Years Ago

    May 4, 2023

    Herald of May 5, 1898 “Old Glory” and the Cuban star and bars now wave over the post office door. Altoona and Hollidaysburg members of the Blair county bar have agreed not to open their offices for business after 6 p.m. For the benefit of persons desiring to attend the Annual Meeting of the German Baptists (Dunkards) at Naperville, Ill., the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will sell excursion tickets at the rate of a single fare for the round trip to Chicago plus $1.85 to Naperville. The annual ordeal of housecleaning has finally passed and we...

  • 50 Years Ago

    May 4, 2023

    Herald of May 10, 1973 It’s apple blossom time in the Cove. The blossoms will still be on the trees this weekend, but all varieties except Romes will be past their peak according to veteran orchardist Edwin Bridenbaugh. Bridenbaugh said conditions were ideal for pollination–fairly warm and sunny–before the rain moved in. Martinsburg Borough Council formally annexed the Wineland tract east of Oakdale Road at their monthly meeting. The tract, more than 30 acres in all, covers the area between Oakdale Road and Hoover Drive, including the site of t...

  • 100 Years Ago

    May 4, 2023

    Herald of May 11, 1923 The Benson school building was dedicated to the cause of education in the name and honor of Miss Emma Benson, a veteran teacher who dedicated her life to the education of the young people in our community. Miss Benson spoke at the event, expressing her appreciation for the gesture and her pleasure at being recognized for her work. James B. Dinwiddle, a Penn Central linesman from South Altoona, was killed in Martinsburg on Tuesday forenoon when he came into contact with a high voltage wire while working on a pole just...

  • 25 Years Ago

    May 4, 2023

    Herald of May 14, 1998 Roaring Spring Police Chief Steven E. Hamilton resigned May 8 after 20 months on the job. Borough Council unanimously appointed Assistant Chief Charles R. Stump to fill the vacancy. Timothy Cleveland and Gerald Slick purchased the Claysburg Riverside Store from Steve Fedorko of Portage. Harry Miller of Roaring Spring recently opened the Miller Funeral Home in the former Central Bank building beside Lynn’s Restaurant in East Freedom. Mr. Miller, a native of King, graduated from the Pittsburgh School of Mortuary Science H...

  • 75 Years Ago

    May 4, 2023

    Herald of May 13, 1948 The greatest amount of money ever brought in at a public farm sale in Morrisons Cove was turned in last Wednesday at the Joseph F. Cornelius sale, one mile from Roaring Spring. Receipts were between $22,000 and $23,000 for the one day. Marl Davis of Saxton, aged 50, died suddenly Monday around 9 p.m. while eating a sandwich in a restaurant in Parksley Va., where he was employed by H. D. Blattenberger of Martinsburg, electrical contractor. Leonard Bush, 33, was severely injured when he fell from a tree he was trimming.He...

  • 10 Years Ago

    May 4, 2023

    Herald of May 9, 2013 The Claysburg-Kimmel School Board was facing a $545,520 deficit for the 2013-14 school year. The board has been using savings in past years to balance the budget, but those funds were being depleted. Board members were looking for ways to cut the budget, and were examining the costs of programs that were not required by the state. Officer Andrew Wyandt resigned from the Greenfield Township police department, leaving a vacancy in the department. Wyandt was moving to a position in the Altoona Police Department. Cayden...

  • Prayer Bear

    PASTOR LEE SEESE|May 4, 2023

    About 90 minutes before beginning to write this column I saw an awesome site (besides my wife). She looked out our back doors and reacted in such a way that I hurried to join her. About 25 feet away, we saw a fairly large black bear, just beyond our back yard and at the edge of the woods. We tried to take some pictures from our dining room but it kept moving. I could barely contain my excitement. So, I did what any man would do. I went outside to track him down for some selfies with the black beauty. That was not exactly the plan. I did get...

  • Thought for the Week

    May 4, 2023

    National Day of Prayer is the first Thursday in May. This year that is May 4. There will be a number of gatherings. The public is invited to attend. Hopefully, you will be an attendee, perhaps even a participant. Think carefully about it. I have said prayer is “talking to God.” Perhaps you do not know what to say. In most cases, there will be prayer requests written out and available. My guess is they will include: schools, those in service to community and country, those in government, families, first responders, and more. So, you can sim...

  • Floyd Highlight of Ladies Encounter

    JUDITH OTT, Southern Cove Correspondent|May 4, 2023

    Bonnie Floyd, author of “Bound to a Promise,” was the speaker this year for Ladies Encounter on April 29, 2023. The event was held at Faith Assembly of God. Hundreds of women attended this event. The band Generations led the praise and worship. Their voices were a great inspiration to the audience. Floyd shared her testimony of love, murder, and redemption, including many miraculous updates on what her ministry is doing on the island of Barbuda. Floyd’s enthusiasm for what the ministry is doing...

  • St. Matthew Lutheran Church Hears from On Eagles Wings

    May 4, 2023

    On Eagles Wings recently visited St. Matthew Lutheran Church to speak on their program where volunteers travel to Canada to have bible camps. (From left) On Eagles Wings Directory of Ministry Robin Abrol, St. Matthew Lutheran Church members Jane Fagans, Margaret Steinfurth, Mike Lamborn, Connie Lamborn, and On Eagles Wings Executive Director Rev. Leslie Hand get together after their presentation....

  • Public Notices

    May 4, 2023

    Executor Notice Estate of Robert W. Lape Jr., late of Borough of Martinsburg, Blair County. Letters testamentary on said estate having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are requested to make payment and those having claims against the same will present them without delay. Executrix Amy Cooper 425 Poplar St. Roaring Spring, PA 16673 Attorney Shawn P. Sullivan, Esq. Sullivan Law Offices LLC 133 E. Allegheny St. Martinsburg, PA 16662 Notice of Pesticide Application Nutrien Ag Solutions of Tyrone, PA is giving notice of... Full story

  • Letters to the Editor

    May 4, 2023

    To the Editor: Many people may know Dave Consiglio as an attorney but I have personally known Dave for over 40 years. He is the clear choice for representing the citizens of Blair County as a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. As a young man growing up in Blair County, he displayed leadership qualities, dedication and tenacity that helped him develop into an outstanding student that led him to The University of Notre Dame and, ultimately to pursue his law degree at the University of North Carolina. Dave and his wife Lisa could have gone...

  • C-K Board Tables Discussion on Teacher Furlough, Anticipates Tax Increase

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|May 4, 2023

    The Claysburg-Kimmel School Board meeting on Wednesday, April 12, attracted 34 people, including faculty, parents, and teachers, to make a public comment in support of music teacher Matthew Stombaugh, who the board is considering for furlough as it explores eliminating one music instructor position. The district has publicly stated that it does not intend to eliminate any music programs. The board voted to table the furlough for further discussion. In other action, the board voted to approve Dena Burket and Paula Ickes to the Blair County Tax...

  • Claysburg Area Public Library Burglarized

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|May 4, 2023

    A burglary at the Claysburg Area Public Library caused nearly $500 in damages but netted the thief or thieves very little return for their efforts. According to Library Director Jane Knisely, when she opened the library on the morning of Wednesday, April 26, she was greeted by shattered glass on the floor and the window facing the side parking lot broken. "It's a double-pane window so whatever was used to break it had to hit it hard. I found glass in the middle of the library, so it flew pretty...

  • Judge of The Court of Common Pleas Candidate Questionnaire Responses

    May 4, 2023

    Please provide your name, age, town where you live and current occupation. Consiglio: David B. Consiglio, 55, Hollidaysburg PA, Attorney Miller: Judge Fred B. Miller Age: 52 Residence: Sinking Valley, Altoona, PA I graduated from Penn State (Finance) and the Penn State Dickinson School of Law. I have been an attorney for over 25 years and Blair County District Judge for 20 plus years. I have been active in the community my entire life – including the Blair County Parks and Rec Board, United Way and ARC of Blair County. I oversee a youth soccer...

  • Greenfield Township Supervisor Candidate Questionnaire Responses

    May 4, 2023

    Note: Joseph Claar did not send in replies to this questionnaire. Please provide your name, age, town where you live and current occupation. Michael Childers: Name: Michael Childers Age: 36 Town where you live: Claysburg Occupation: Highway Department for Greenfield Township Please describe your family. Childers: Family: Fiancée Michelle Bem, Daughter Jessa Childers What in your background permits you to effectively represent this area? Childers: I have lived and worked in Greenfield Township for most of my life. I worked at the Carpet Depot...

  • Not Your Typical Junior: England Discusses Blossoming Business

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 4, 2023

    Many high school juniors do not have many worries and surely aren't running their own business. But Williamsburg Junior Chloe England isn't your typical high school junior. England is the proud owner of Chloe Renee Media. England grew up on her family's farm, Penn England LLC, with her parents and two older sisters. "Growing up in the eyes of a family business inspired me to start my own business one day," England said. "My sister is also a business owner with Haley England Photography." England...

  • Williamsburg Council Candidate Questionnaire Responses

    May 4, 2023

    Note: Karyn Shaw did not send in replies to this questionnaire. Please provide your name, age, town where you live and current occupation. Dakota Biddle: Dakota Biddle, Age: 30, Williamsburg, Occupation - Human Resource Lead James Foreso: My name is James (Jim) Foreso. I’m 80 years old, retired and live in Williamsburg. Please describe your family. Biddle: Instead of me describing, I asked my four-year-old and two-year-old to describe our family. They responded with “loving,” “caring,” “kind,” and “fun.” As a family they said, we enjoy th...

  • Williamsburg School District Candidate Questionnaire Responses

    May 4, 2023

    Note: Barry England, Jimmy Grager, Carlee Ranalli, Joseph Detwiler and Adam Hileman did not send in replies to this questionnaire. Please provide your name, age, town where you live and current occupation. Patricia Kensinger: 49 years old Clover Creek Road ( Woodbury Township) Williamsburg I have been employed at the Village at Morrison Cove for 29 years. I am a licensed nurse who currently does the scheduling for the skilled nursing staff. Austin McMonagle: Austin McMonagle, 27, Williamsburg, Dairy/Beef Nutritionist at Bedford Farm Bureau...

  • Stray Cats an Issue for the Borough

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 4, 2023

    Borough Manager Joe Lansberry, during last Monday’s Williamsburg Borough Council meeting, talked about the numerous calls and complaints the Borough office has had about stray cats. There is currently no ordinance limiting the number of animals at a residence nor is there an ordinance prohibiting the feeding of stray cats. Lansberry said the Humane Society has a “trap, neuter and return” program. “It’s our best alternative,” Mayor Ted Hyle says, “we don’t want a repeat of the issue of stray cats in the past.” While cats are returned to the a...

  • Sample Ballot for 2023 Primary Election

    May 4, 2023

    With the primary elections coming up on May 16, voters may be wondering, what will my ballot look like? The following sample ballots from North Woodbury Township show, in general, what ballots will look like for 2023. Voters who would like to see their sample ballot – including candidates for each municipality – can go to https://www.blairco.org/departments/elections-voter-registration/sample-ballots for Blair County sample ballots and bedfordcountypa.org/deptartments/elections/sample_ballots.php for Bedford County sample ballots. – S...

  • Scars of Bravery: the Dillings Tale Ends

    KATHY MELLOTT|May 4, 2023

    When Jim Snyder, president of the Blair County Genealogical Society, talked of investigating one of many abandoned cemeteries in Blair County, and specifically Morrisons Cove, little did one realize the back stories that would pop to the surface, especially regarding the Dilling family, one of the earliest to stake out a tract and throw a plow into the sod in the Martinsburg area. Catherine, Henry and George Dilling, three unmarried siblings living on a farm in Huston Township between Clover Creek and Piney Creek, have been identified by Snyder...

  • My 2022 Spring Gobbler

    RICHARD TATE|May 4, 2023

    After my son had tagged a 25-pound gobbler on last spring’s opening day of gobbler season, we unloaded our guns and began our trek back to his parked truck. Since his gobbler was so large and we had quite a distance to walk, I toted both of our shotguns. We hadn’t walked far along the base of the grass cliff where Bob had killed the big tom when we saw two gobblers sprint across the jeep trail we were on, heading up the cliff. “Come on, Dad. We’ve got to get up there where we can set up to call one in.” “I’m not climbing up there again. My leg...

  • Dragon Softball Run Rules the Competition

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|May 4, 2023

    The Lady Dragons continued their reign of victory with two more opponents squashed throughout the week. The Dragons faced the Penn Cambria Lady Panthers and the Bedford Lady Bisons and found 17-0 and 12-2 victories respectively. Against the Panthers, the Lady Dragons absolutely dominated, scoring seven right off the bat in the first inning, while adding four in the third and another six in the fourth for a run-rule victory. Lacey Lynn was the winning pitcher, recording six strikeouts and a mere one walk. Madison Kennedy had six RBIs, clearing...

  • Dragon Baseball Dominates Again

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|May 4, 2023

    The Dragon Baseball team faced two opponents this week: the Penn Cambria Panthers and the Bedford Bisons. A 15-5 victory over the Panthers and a 7-2 victory over the Bisons cemented the Dragons at a 12-2 record at the week’s end. Against the Panthers, the Dragons jumped to an early seven-run lead, scoring four in the first and three in the second. After scoring one in the third, the Panthers brought it to a two-point game in the top of the fifth before the Dragons responded with seven runs to take control of the game. Jeff Hoenstine hit a w...

  • Walking on Air

    May 4, 2023

    Central's Kerri Mock competes in the long jump event at Bellwood High School Monday during the Bellwood Invitational track meet....

  • Nason Implements Quiet Hours with Sound Machines

    May 4, 2023

    Shown is Nason Auxiliary President, Judy Reffner (left) presenting a sound machine to Karie Claycomb (right) Medical Surgical Unit Nurse Manager. Nason has implemented quiet hours between the hours of 1-3 p.m. and from 8 p.m. until the morning. This is an initiative to improve quietness so patients may rest and heal. The Auxiliary donated six sound machines to help patients rest and suppress extraneous noise. The machines have white noise, sounds of the ocean waves, thunder, rain showers,...

  • Conemaugh Updates Masking Policy

    May 4, 2023

    Conemaugh Health System has updated its masking policy. Effective April 26, 2023, masking will be optional at all Conemaugh Health System hospitals, emergency, and ambulatory care settings on all campuses for patients, visitors, and staff. Individuals may choose to continue to mask based on personal preference. The policy change reflects the current Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance and the lower CCoV-2 (COVID) Community Transmission levels in Cambria, Somerset, Blair, Bedford, and several other surrounding counties....

  • Mental Health Awareness

    May 4, 2023

    May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The following are some changes that signify signs of worsening mental health: changes in sleeping habits or appetite changes, mood changes marked by a rapid or dramatic shift in emotions or depressed feelings, social withdrawal, loss of interest in activities, an unusual drop in functioning at school, work or social activities, problems with concentration, memory or logical thought and speech, a heightened sensitivity to sights, sounds, smells, or touch, a...

  • NBC Student Elizabeth Berry Participates in Honor Bands

    May 4, 2023

    Elizabeth (Ebbie) Berry qualified for the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) All-State Concert Band in 2022 on Bassoon. It includes a multi-level process that begins with a solo audition into the PMEA District 6 Band. At that two-and-a-half day festival, each student must then audition again for chair placement and place in the top half of their section to advance to PMEA Region III Band. The process continues in the same way with an audition but the student must place in the top...

  • Central Marching Band Performs at Marine Corps Museum

    May 4, 2023

    The Central High School marching band traveled to the Washington, D.C., area April 14-16 for a trip that included a performance at the National Museum of the Marine Corps on Sunday, April 16. The trip also included stops at the National Archives Museum, the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, and a walking tour of the monuments and war memorials on April 14, a day of fun at King's Dominion amusement park on April 15, and a visit to Steven...

  • Catharine Township Supervisor Candidate Questionnaire Response

    May 4, 2023

    Please provide your name, age, town where you live and current occupation. Heather Flaig: Heather Flaig, 44, Williamsburg, Township Secretary Please describe your family. Flaig: I have been married for 12 years. My husband, James Flaig III, works as a Counselor Supervisor for the State of Pennsylvania. I have one son, Xander, who is 19. I am also the proud owner of three puggles, Stella, Oliver, and Ivy. Most of my family lives in the Williamsburg area. What in your background permits you to effectively represent this area? Flaig: I have...

  • Claysburg-Kimmel School Board (Greenfield) Questionnaire Responses

    May 4, 2023

    Note: Roger Knisley and Joseph Musselman did not send in replies to this questionnaire. Please provide your name, age, town where you live and current occupation. Heidi Kennedy: Heidi Kennedy, age 44, Claysburg PA, I am a Divisional Manager of Training and Development for The Baltimore Life Insurance Company Please describe your family. Kennedy: I am married to Joseph A Kennedy age 45 of Claysburg, I have a daughter Jazmin Kennedy age 22 and a son Levi Kennedy age 15 What in your background permits you to effectively represent this area?...

  • Blair County Commissioner Candidate Questionnaire Responses

    May 4, 2023

    Please provide your name, age, town where you live and current occupation. Scott Barger: My name is Scott Barger and I am 49 years old. I live in Frankstown Township and manage our small family business which rents and maintains property throughout the county. Laura Burke: Laura Burke, 42, Hollidaysburg, Blair County Commissioner David Kessling: My wife Tracy and I live in Hollidaysburg. We’re currently empty nesters with the exception of our Great Dane Chester—whom we adopted from a wonderful rescue center in New Castle. I am a US Air For...

  • Spring Cove School District Candidate Questionnaire Responses

    May 4, 2023

    Please provide your name, age, town where you live and current occupation. Misti Fisher: My name is Misti Fisher, age 43, of Martinsburg. I have owned and operated a successful small retail business for the past 13 years. Brian Gahagan: Brian K. Gahagan – 51 – Martinsburg, PA – Director of Driver Relations and Extended Coverage at Smith Transport. Rodney Green: Rodney L. Green Age – 70 years Town – Roaring Spring Occupation – Retired Educator & Educational Consultant Lynnae Krehl: Lynnae Krehl, 37 years old—I live with my family in Roaring Sp...

  • Local Candidate Questionnaires

    May 4, 2023

    The Morrisons Cove Herald mailed out questionnaires to all Blair County candidates who are running in the 2023 Primary Election, which will take place on Tuesday, May 16. The Herald received more than 30 responses. We thank all those who took the time to fill out these questionnaires. Though eight questions were asked of each candidate, six are in this edition due to space. Answers to other questions can be found online at mcheraldonline.com. The following questions were asked to each candidate: 1. Please provide your name, age, town where you...

  • Taylor Township Supervisor Candidate Questionnaire Responses

    May 4, 2023

    Note: David Cunningham and Barbara Ritchey did not send in replies to this questionnaire. Please provide your name, age, town where you live and current occupation. Jerome Dodson: Jerome Dodson, 61, Ore Hill, Technology Director/Safety and Security Coordinator for Claysburg‐Kimmel School District. Joseph Hallman: I am a 39-year-old mechanic who has been a resident of Taylor Township, Roaring Spring most of my life. S. Walter Piper: S. Walter Piper, 79, resident of Taylor Township on Cabbage Creek since return from military service in 1964. G...

  • Freedom Township Supervisor, Tax Collector Candidate Questionnaire Responses

    May 4, 2023

    Note: All supervisor and tax collector candidates responded to this questionnaire. Auditor candidates did not reply. SUPERVISOR CANDIDATES Please provide your name, age, town where you live and current occupation. Nathan Caldwell: Nathan Caldwell. Age 30. Mckee. Freedom Township Wastewater Treatment Plant. Timothy James: Timothy James, age 61, East Freedom, retired. I was appointed to the Board of Supervisors in January 2021 to fill the seat on the passing of long-time Supervisor Daniel “Butch” Giarth. I was elected for a two-year term in Nov...

  • Bonnie Floyd to Present at Memorial COB This Sunday

    May 4, 2023

    Bonnie Floyd, International Speaker, Author and Bible Teacher, will be sharing her heartfelt message to the congregation at Memorial Church of the Brethren (210 Wall St., Martinsburg) on Sunday, May 7, at 10:30 a.m. Bonnie's life was changed on Feb. 1, 1994, after receiving a phone call that her parents, who were sailing in the West Indies, were brutally murdered along with two other passengers while moored off the island of Barbuda. The next two years would test and grow Bonnie’s faith in ways she never imagined. During the five-week trial, B...

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