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The Rev. Russell W. Burden preaches his final sermon at Second Baptist Church, after serving as pastor for 30 years.
Bill Indoe reflects on the outpouring of community assistance, from the day of the tornado when countless volunteers descended upon the Indoe Farm, to the generosity of the Morlock family for opening their barns to the Indoe cows.
Tom Indoe speaks about the day of the storm and what the future holds for the farm.
For the last 27 years every saturday Pastor Phil has taken a school bus into the inner city of Cleveland to spread the word of God.
A storm that rolled through the region Thursday evening did major damage across Medina County. The Indoe Farm in Harrisville Township that has been in the family for generations was heavily damaged when three of the major barns were destroyed. Photographs by Shirley Ware and Andrew Dolph.
After over seventy years of faithfully serving hot dogs and burgers to Medina County Fairgoers, the Litchfield United Church of Christ’s food and refreshment booth remains the church’s highest grossing fund-raiser. But church members Will and Jo Smith say it’s not the funds, but the blessings they count.
85-year-old Westfield Center resident, Bob Spencer (left) recounts the story of when the destroyer he served on during World War II was heavily damaged in a typhoon, Wednesday, July 25, 2007, while sitting in the studio of the Medina County Cable Access Station at Medina High School. Spencer and any other local veterans of WWII Read More…