Community

ON LOAN

ON LOAN – John Baxter is the new community banker at Simmons Bank in El Dorado Springs. A native of Missouri, John has been at the Stockton bank for the last six years and is currently transitioning to the El Dorado Springs facility. He is available five days a week. He said, “We’re not just

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TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

TOPS Chapter 319 El Dorado Springs (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) met in the Church of Christ Meeting Room on Thursday, April 6. Kay led us in singing “The Place For Me.” We said our TOPS and KOPS pledges. Twenty nine weighed in today. Tammy was the best loser of the week with a loss of

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Gardening Charlotte

Managing Moles There are six species of moles living in North America. It may seem like all of them are working your yard at once but the one that makes all of those runs is the Eastern Mole. These pointed-nose insectivores tunnel year around looking for earthworms, grubs and other insects. If you have a

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Providing information

MIGRAINES Q:  I have migraines and have to go the ER a lot.  Is there anything I can do? A:  Migraines are painful, throbbing headaches that can last 4 to 72 hours.  They can occur on only one side of the head, or both.  Sometimes, they are bad enough that you cannot get your daily

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PERFECT ATTENDANCE

PERFECT ATTENDANCE – During Pape Christian Church services on March 26th, Jan Nelsen presented Judd Abbott Lawson with a certificate and devotional for five years of perfect church attendance. Judd has not missed a Sunday of church since he was born. He attends Pape Christian Church and is the son of Bob and Susan Abbott

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BOY SCOUT CAKE CONTEST WINNERS

BOY SCOUT CAKE CONTEST WINNERS – The Boy Scouts held their family pack night last Thursday night. We had a wonderful meal of pulled pork and sides. Our guest speaker was Bruce Rogers speaking on city government. All the boys were encouraged to participate in the mother-son cake decorating contest. Our judges had a tough

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TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

TOPS Chapter 319 El Dorado Springs (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) met in the Church of Christ Meeting Room on Thursday, March 30. Kay led us in singing “Walk To Stay Fit”. We said our TOPS and KOPS pledges. We welcomed a brand new baby KOPS!  Juanita reached her goal weight today and is officially a

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CMH names Ronald A. Evans, M.D., as Chief Medical Officer

Citizens Memorial Hospital (CMH) announces the appointment of Ronald A. Evans, M.D., as Chief Medical Officer (CMO) effective March 6. Dr. Evans is a board certified family medicine physician and has practiced at Bolivar Family Care Center for 24 years. He earned his medical degree from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and completed an internship

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Gardening Charlotte

April Gardening Chores (301) My garden is starting to get serious about growing this month so it’s time to try to keep up: 1. Clean out composters and add to flower beds and fruit trees. Mix with existing soil for now; you will mulch this later. Leave a good bucket of finished compost as starter

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Drue Hoagland among 60-plus UNG cadets recognized during awards ceremony

More than 60 cadets at the University of North Georgia (UNG) were recognized for academic, leadership and military achievement at a March 28 awards ceremony, including Drue Hoagland of Schell City, who received the General Society of the War of 1812 Scholarship. “We congratulate all the winners, and we appreciate the organizations, families and corporations

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