Community

Thank Yous

We would like to say thank you once again to all friends, family and good samaritans that stopped to help wrangle cattle on Friday, March 31, on Hwy 82. Whether you helped in the beginning, middle or end of our fiasco, you are much appreciated for your help. A special thank you to Duane, Melissa

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Providing information

WELLNESS Q:  I will be 50 next year, and am confused as to what I need to do about recommended wellness. A:  Wellness visits can help you stay healthy.  The doctor can recommend testing, better eating, regular exercise, and other steps.  After age 50, blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar should be tested yearly.  A

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EVANS PHARMACY INTERN

EVANS PHARMACY INTERN – Kate Zink is a fourth year pharmacy student at the University of Kansas. She grew up with three older brothers on a farm outside of Bushton, KS, which is home to approximately 250 residents. After completing two years of undergraduate studies at KU, she chose to pursue a career in pharmacy

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4-Wheeler crash injures Schell man

Nathan L. Haddix, 25, Schell City, was airlifted to Freeman West Hospital with injuries reported as serious after the 1989 Yamaha Warrior 4-wheeler he was driving westbound at high speed on Hwy. RA at 12:55 a.m. on Saturday, April 8 in Schell City overturned ejecting him. The report by Trooper O’Sullivan said Mr. Haddix was

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It’s National Library Week

Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft today encouraged Missouri residents to increase their use of Missouri libraries, which he calls “gateways to opportunity,” during this National Library Week. National Library Week is observed this year April 9 through April 15, with the theme, “Libraries Transform.” First sponsored in 1958 by the American Library Association, National Library

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Rebecca Rash to compete at Nationals

In July, Rebecca Rash, age 15, will represent the State of Missouri in Louisville, KY. She will compete in Bible Memorization for the National Youth conference. Rebecca competed at State on March 31. Her score was 95.6 out of 100, she got first place in her category and age group. We are very proud of

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THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY

THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY – Just as the crowds shouted and ran ahead of Jesus with palm branches as he rode into Jerusalem on a donkey colt, Pape Christian Church Youth walked the path with palm ferns and shouts of, “Hosanna!” and “Blessed is the King of Israel!” This was a wonderful beginning for our Palm

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Talk to Nate about it

Nate Cruce wants to know why you aren’t a member of the Preserve Our Past Society and a supporter of the Wayside Inn Museum. For $15 you can be an individual member, a family membership is $25 and a business membership is $35. You money goes to maintaining the museum and to help renovate the

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Kenney completes training at MFA Inc

Identified as a leader in the company, Tyler Kenney of Stockton recently completed the MFA Management Series at MFA Incorporated’s home office in Columbia, MO. Kenney is manager at El Dorado Springs MFA Agri Services. The management series is a central tool used by the cooperative in its mission to hire, develop and retain the

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Local Girl Scout recognized for outstanding service

Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland recently recognized area volunteers for their outstanding service in Girl Scouting at its 2017 Recognitions Ceremony in Springfield. The Volunteer of Excellence Pin was presented to Kim Cox of El Dorado Springs. The Volunteer of Excellence Pin recognizes volunteers for outstanding service in direct partnership with girls or who

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