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Christina Chalmers

Position: Editor/Content Manager
E-Mail Address: cchalmers@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 937-569-4312


About Christina Chalmers

I manage the editorial department for the newspaper and advocate360.org. Please contact me with your suggestions or news and sports tips. Follow us on social media: Facebook - facebook.com/advocate360 and Twitter - twitter.com/advocate360

Latest Stories by Christina Chalmers

“Lake Loramie State Park welcomes life-saving program

FORT LORAMIE – Nestled into northern Ohio farmland is one of the state's finest park facilities, Lake Loramie State Park, where activities range from boating, swimming, hiking and biking to hanging around camp with friends and families. As camping season “officially” kicks off, there will be something new this Memorial Day weekend

Arcanum News

Memorial Day marks the unofficial beginning of summer bringing up visions of picnics, barbeques and lazy summer days. The original meaning of the holiday has much the opposite meaning with controversy about the why we celebrate Memorial or Declaration Day. Regardless of the exact date or location of its origins, one thing is clear – Memorial

A salute to military families

Each May, we take time as a country to celebrate our veterans, lifting them up for all the sacrifices they have made for the freedoms we have. And doing so is the good and right thing. We wouldn't be the country we are without them. But this weekend, as we mark Memorial Day by saying thank you to our veterans, there's another group whose sacrifice

A salute to military families

Each May, we take time as a country to celebrate our veterans, lifting them up for all the sacrifices they have made for the freedoms we have. And doing so is the good and right thing. We wouldn't be the country we are without them. But this weekend, as we mark Memorial Day by saying thank you to our veterans, there's another group whose sacrifice

Last week we as a church joined together in preparing an Amish meal that was to be served at the community hall in the town of Robinson, Illinois. Several times each year we do this as a fundraiser for our parochial school or to help pay hospital bills. These suppers are a highlight for all of us.
The meal is planned by the school board then each

The Amish Cook

Last week we as a church joined together in preparing an Amish meal that was to be served at the community hall in the town of Robinson, Illinois. Several times each year we do this as a fundraiser for our parochial school or to help pay hospital bills. These suppers are a highlight for all of us. The meal is planned by the school board then each

Often I hear Christians say, “Satan did (fill in the blank)” or “Satan is working” or something along those lines. Don't get me wrong, Satan is alive and well. He is out there like a lion seeking people to devour (1 Peter 5:8).
However, whenever events in life don't meet our desires we tend to blame Satan.
We are children

Preacher's Point

Often I hear Christians say, “Satan did (fill in the blank)” or “Satan is working” or something along those lines. Don't get me wrong, Satan is alive and well. He is out there like a lion seeking people to devour (1 Peter 5:8). However, whenever events in life don't meet our desires we tend to blame Satan. We are children

Perhaps you've heard of May Day, which is celebrated on May 1, but it seems I've seen much more publicity regarding Cinco de Mayo than May Day. Perhaps it's because of the increasing number of Mexican Americans or the growing number of Mexican restaurants. Maybe it's the popularity of Mexico's numerous and affordable vacation resorts or perhaps it'

May Day

Perhaps you've heard of May Day, which is celebrated on May 1, but it seems I've seen much more publicity regarding Cinco de Mayo than May Day. Perhaps it's because of the increasing number of Mexican Americans or the growing number of Mexican restaurants. Maybe it's the popularity of Mexico's numerous and affordable vacation resorts or perhaps it'

GREENVILLE - The scheduled four-day rape and kidnapping trial for Klint Kuck, former New Madison bar owner of Backroads Bar & Grill began Monday.
In the morning the 13-person jury was selected consisting of nine men and four women with an alternate. By early afternoon Judge Jonathan P. Hein was listening to opening statements by Darke County P

Rape trial begins

GREENVILLE - The scheduled four-day rape and kidnapping trial for Klint Kuck, former New Madison bar owner of Backroads Bar & Grill began Monday. In the morning the 13-person jury was selected consisting of nine men and four women with an alternate. By early afternoon Judge Jonathan P. Hein was listening to opening statements by Darke County P





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