by Dora Jean McKinley Marilyn Entrikin said winter came all at once. Sun is out but still cold. She said at least it waited until after Christmas. Her great-grandkids are so much fun now. Wesley Luther, from Warrensburg, came Christmas day to have dinner with his sister, Dora Jean McKinley, and Tex McKinley. Gifts were
Along with their parents, Rachael Maria McKibben and Mackenna Jay Blystone would like to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. The bride elect is a 2011 graduate from Nevada High School and is employed by Preferred Home Health. The groom is a graduate of El Dorado Springs R2 School, 2014 and employed at 3M. The
by Helen Ellerman I called Madalyn Kitchen, south of Schell City, and she said as far as she knows she will be open every day in January except for Wednesday, when she is closed on those days. Jewell and Helen Ellerman attended Fried Chicken Friday at the El Dorado Springs Senior Center Friday, Jan. 5.
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Position Open at filter cleaning facility. Must be reliable, meticulous, able to follow verbal and written instructions and have good transportation. Call Mon-Fri 9:00 to 4:00 only 417-876-4596 New recruiting ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN Southwest Community Services, a Missouri Department of Mental Health agency, is currently recruiting for an Accounting Technician with working hours of 8:00 a.m.
I was talking to Gordon Hutchison, who wrote The Shootist column for Louisiana Sportsman for years but retired when he ran out of topics. I told him about the Rock Wall and sent him the column last week. He said it must be tough writing a personal column. I was fresh from a six-day visit
At the last Cedar County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees meeting of the year, Dec. 18, 2017, Hospital CEO Jana Witt introduced Rob Simon, RN, who has assumed the position of Chief Nursing Officer and mentioned that the meeting was the last for Carla Gilbert, Director of Finance, and Drew Alexander, RN/Chief Nursing Officer. Board
NEW SUBSTATION TO BE TESTED NEXT WEEK – On Tuesday, Jan. 2, a crew from B&L Electric was hard at work in the frigid temperatures putting the finishing touches on the $709,000 electrical sub station behind the police station, the one that burned so spectacularly in September 2016. The B&L Electric foreman on the job
Citizens Memorial Hospital/Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation is changing its visitor policy at the hospital and its long-term care facilities due to an increase in flu cases in Polk and surrounding counties. For the protection of patients and residents, children 14 and younger who are not seeking medical treatment are restricted from visiting patients in