MUMPS MUMPS Q: I am concerned because I have heard that mumps is moving north, and was recently found in a nearby community. What am I supposed to be looking for? A: Mumps is a viral illness that causes painful swelling of the side of the face (parotid glands). They are salivary glands between the
Kristine Arnold, $1,000, El Dorado Springs.
Five Loaves, a free life skills seminar hosted by the Dederick Christian Church, will begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23. This will be an evening to share information and to learn while having fun. The theme for the evening is Heart Month and will feature food that is heart healthy and foods we love.
Thank you to all who said a kind word, brought food, sent a flower or a card for Olaf Ehlers’ funeral. It means so much to us. A special thanks to Bland-Hackleman Funeral Home, Brent Bland and John Koch for a beautiful service. We want to thank members of El Dorado Springs Church of Christ
This spring, the Shelter Insurance Foundation will award a $2,000 scholarship to a graduate of El Dorado Springs RII High School. Shelter Agent Travis Farran sponsors and partially funds this scholarship. A committee of local high school officials and community leaders will select the local recipient. The committee will consider each applicant’s scholastic achievements, educational
Rodger Culbertson, Line Superintendent for Sac Osage Electric Cooperative, has retired after 42 years. He began working as a tree trimmer on the brush crew and ended his career in the highest operation management position in the cooperative. After his hard work, dedication and knowledge he was promoted to Line Superintendent in 2011. He has
There’s always a smile on her face and a laugh after she speaks. Nahwana Maslen retired from Sac Osage Electric Cooperative Jan. 5 with over 42 dedicated years of service. She retired as Accounting Clerk for the cooperative after working her way up to that position. She was an outstanding employee and the type of
TOPS Chapter 319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church of Christ Meeting room on Thursday, Feb. 9. Kay led us in singing “Write It Down”. Robbie led us in roll call. We had 30 members weigh in today. Kathy was our best loser of the week with a loss of 4.0 lbs. Marilyn caught
Valentine’s Day flowers, like love, can stand the test of time if given a little TLC. Call it flor-amore. Your flowers will last longer if kept watered and fed, said University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. Trinklein’s tips and homemade preservative recipe provide an extended warranty of sorts to make certain flowers last up
Baked Chicken Rice Of all of the recipes from my childhood, this Baked Chicken Rice recipe is the most memory-evoking. It was our family go-to recipe when we needed a meal for a couple of days. Mom would ask me to make it when she was tired or when we needed to stretch a meal