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Twentieth Century Club news

by Lana Sue Jones On Nov. 13, 14 members of the Twentieth Century Club met in the home of Jean Wernel who served as hostess with Sherry Wiseman as co-hostess. The minutes were read and approved, treasurer’s report was given and the committees reported. The new business was the discussion about our Christmas meeting in

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TOPS Club Chapter 9319 Tuesday morning news

TOPS didn’t meet on Thursday this week. Are you surprised since it was Thanksgiving Day? No, probably not, but we did meet on Tuesday, Nov. 21, in the Church of Christ meeting room. It’s important for us to be accountable, especially before and after a holiday. Sheryl Ann called us to order and asked our

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Gardening Charlotte

December Gardening Chores The calendar says it’s the end of the year but it doesn’t seem like it yet, leaves are hanging on trees and I’m still sneaking tiny mum bouquets out of my garden. As soon as a hard frost hits, it will be time to mulch, not before. Mulching maintains the soil at

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Rock around the Christmas tree with these tips

A merry holiday season begins with a tree that rocks the room. There is no better way to get into the holiday spirit than selecting a fresh tree and cutting it yourself, says University of Missouri Extension forester Hank Stelzer. You can spread that holiday spirit by buying a tree at a local lot run

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Providing information

WEIGHT GAIN Q: I just keep getting fatter, every year. Any thoughts that could help? A: Overeating during the holidays each year can really add on the pounds. Over time, this can lead to obesity. Having obesity means you have so much body fat, that it could damage your health. It can lead to diabetes,

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MO Dept. of Revenue investigators to carry guns

Missouri Department of Revenue Director Joel Walters issued the following statement: “Effective Tuesday, Nov. 21,, the Department of Revenue is implementing policy in accordance with the original intent of legislation enacted by the General Assembly, giving our 12 compliance investigators the ability to carry firearms in the line of duty. This action is necessary to

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Christmas comes early in El Dorado Springs

Ten – nine – eight… was the countdown at the 2017 El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce Christmas Lighting Celebration. The City is now illuminated from the Park to Main Street and Hwy. 54 for the holiday season. Saturday morning started with driving rains but ended with a beautiful, sunny afternoon and a clear brisk

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FFA INSTALLS LIGHTS IN PARK

FFA INSTALLS LIGHTS IN PARK – The El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce commissioned more holiday signage this year in an effort to expand Christmas decorations in the Park. The Chamber of Commerce “North Pole” signs join the lighted “Christmas in the Park” center entrance sign. The two new holiday signs are located at the

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Call for fire donation a scam

During the El Dorado Springs City Council meeting on Monday, Nov. 20, City Manager Bruce Rogers said that he had received a call from a citizen stating they had gotten a call asking for a donation for a the El Dorado Springs Fire Department. He said neither the city nor the Fire Department is making

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