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‘Rural Redhead’ gaining popularity with creations

Rachel and Adam Harms are a busy couple. In addition to being very involved in the livestock industry, raising two boys with another baby on the way, Rachel has her own crafting business. “I have always loved crafting and making anything I can,” Rachel told us. Both Harms’ mother and grandma had a crafty side…

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Chrisman Library News

We are looking forward to the Stuffed Animal Sleepover. We’ll have pictures of the little critters posed playing games, reading books, probably playing on the computers. So the next time you are in the library after Saturday, December 3rd take a look at the fun time the toys had! We have it confirmed that Santa…

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Chrisman Library News

On Wednesday, December 7th, we MAY have a very special guest. I say may because he is a very mysterious guy! All children are invited to the library after the Christmas parade. We will read the Night Before Christmas story and pick out a book and get a snack to go. Thursday is a school…

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Giving thanks through advent

By Rev. Randall Shepard The Christmas season is my favorite time of the year, which is why Thanksgiving in my favorite holiday. I know that does not make a lot of sense, but Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday for a few reasons. One, I love to eat, watch football, and hang out with family. It…

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Chrisman Library News

Calling all Stuffed Animals and their owners! The Library is having a “Stuffed Animal Sleepover” on December 2, 2022 – December 3, 2022. The children are requested to bring their stuffed animal (it doesn’t have to be their favorite) to the Library on Friday, 12/2/22, between 5:30 – 6:30pm. The children will make a name…

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Freshman Seth Ellis & Junior Addison Phipps crowned

The Chrisman High School knows how to put on a show! On the eve of Junior Carnival, the classes hosted their annual ‘Small Town Throw Down’ on November 4th. The throw down is a volleyball tournament featuring all four classes as well as their parents and staff at CHS. The beginning bracket featured the classes…

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May They Be Brought To Complete Unity

By Cory Swinderman It was the night before Jesus went to the cross to die for our sins. He spent those last few hours praying for himself, for his disciples, and for us. In the section of his prayer directed towards us, he prayed: “May they be brought to complete unity to let the world…

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Chrisman holds Halloween celebration in City Park

The City of Chrisman turned into ‘Halloweentown’ this past weekend as members of the community gathered in City Park to celebrate the spooky holiday. Scare on the Square kicked off the celebration on October 21st and 22nd with their annual haunted house to raise money for the Chrisman Public Library. The haunted attraction remained open…

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Chrisman Honor Roll Announced

Chrisman Junior High High Honor Roll 7th Grade- Autumn Ellis & Laken Prisecaru 8th Grade- Gabriella Nolan Chrisman Junior High Honor Roll 6th Grade- Gracie Cash, Laila Ingram, Wyatt Keck, Ave Miller, Kenzley Stiff & Savannah Vaughn 7th Grade- Emma Brown, Lily Crawford, Logan Crawford, Carter Swinderman & Grant Wells 8th Grade- Colten Denton, Dylan…

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Sequoyah Cook selected for ILMEA Festival

In her eight years in band, Sequoyah Cook, a senior at Chrisman High School, has now been selected to All-District three times. Cook will be joining fellow Chrisman student Ali Prisecaru as they both will be at the ILMEA District Festival. The festival is a concert performed by high school students that are selected through…

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