- Mustangs beat Central Decatur, lose to Pleasantville Thursday night
- Supervisors to consider bids for county farm lease Monday
- Lady Mustangs lose to EBF, host Knoxville Friday
- Mustangs lose to EBF, host Knoxville Friday
- Strategic Planning Committee to meet Friday
- What's in this week's Bloomfield Democrat?
- Wedding planner in this week's Bloomfield Democrat
- Grant funds sought for new radio communication tower
- Howk, Kanselaar plan wedding with a boho theme
- Michael C. Cantrell
- Jesse L. Shively
- Davis County prayer group expands, meets monthly at sale barn
- U of I Doctors bring public up to speed on COVID issues
- Aleda Fleming
- Jerry Caughron
- Bonnie Burress
- Judith Schmidt
- Thaxton arrested on sexual exploitation charges
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I stumbled across a statistical tidbit the other day that probably will surprise many people.
At the beginning of the 20th century, before the United States’ entry into World War, town bands flourished around Davis County in Pulaski, Troy, Floris, Belknap, Drakesville, and Bloomfield. These groups provided music for summer concerts, patriotic celebrations, and other public gatherings.
What a different and strange religion Christianity would be if Jesus had directed us to build stronghold churches and then just wait for people to show up. Yet in many ways, I believe this is what a lot of churches in the West are doing much of the time. The old adage from a famous baseball …