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CEDAR COUNTY CATTLEMEN HOST CHILI COOK-OFF

CEDAR COUNTY CATTLEMEN HOST CHILI COOK-OFF – The Cedar County Cattlemen’s Association met Thursday, Dec 7, in the Ray H. Zumwalt Expo Center in Stockton for their first annual Cattleman’s Chili Cook-off. Winners were (from lefty) Don Boultinghouse captured first place; Tom Bryant, second and Tony Koger rounded out third. Tom Bryant, State Director, encouraged

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Donation to El Dorado Springs Community Foundation

Greetings on behalf of the Board of El Dorado Springs Community Foundation, Kay Forest, Pauline Simone, Cathy Frier, Jack Reynolds, Dennis Daugherty and Bill Rabe. Once again we are reaching out to you with an opportunity to directly support the mission of the El Dorado Springs Community Foundation through a tax deductible, charitable contribution. *

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Union Hall 4-H report

by Sydney Barger, reporter/photographer Union Hall 4-H met Dec. 13 at the Community Springs Nursing Home to Christmas Carol for the residence and staff. We then met at the Land-O-Lakes Fairgrounds for our regular meeting. Roll call, pledges and reports were given. We collected Toys for Tots and canned goods to donate. Another reminder was

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Gardening Charlotte

Real or Fake Christmas Tree? When I married someone who wanted to go out into the woods to cut down a tree to decorate, I frankly balked. As a gardener who regularly planted trees, the thought of cutting one down for a mere few weeks didn’t make sense so we compromised. One tree could be

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TOPS Chapter 9319 morning meeting

TOPS Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church of Christ meeting room Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017. Leader Sheryl Walker opened the meeting and Kay S. led us in singing “Rockin Around The Salad Bar Line.” We said our pledges and Sheryl led us in roll call. We welcomed two visitors. Twenty-Five members weighed

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EVANS INTERN

EVANS INTERN – “Taylor Cation is a University of Kansas School of Pharmacy student who is currently completing her final year of rotations. From Fort Scott, KS, she became interested in the pharmacy profession after shadowing local community pharmacists and attending the KU School of Pharmacy Summer Camp program in high school. In May 2016,

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Providing information

NAIL BITING Q:  My teenage granddaughter bites her nails. Her fingertips stay red and sore, and sometimes even bleed. How much should I worry? A:  Nail biting is most common in puberty. Germs from the mouth can increase her chances of getting sick. Long term nail biting can also prevent normal nail growth. It can

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Thank You from the CBCO Bloodmobile

Thank you to all who came to give your pint of live saving blood at the El Dorado Springs Church of Christ on Thursday, Dec. 7. Our goal at this Blood Drive was to collect 30 pints. We met our goal, thanks to everyone who came out to donate. We are so thankful to our

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CMH opens new retail pharmacy in Bolivar

Citizens Memorial Hospital and Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation announce the opening of Butterfield Pharmacy to the public. Located at 1125 N. Butterfield Road, Suite A, Butterfield Pharmacy is situated near the hospital and other CMH medical clinics. CMH owns and operates Osceola Community Pharmacy, located at 855 Arduser Drive, Osceola. In addition to filling

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LIONS GO SHOPPING

LIONS GO SHOPPING – The El Dorado Springs Lions, assisted by a few elves, took several children “Shopping” last week for the Lions’ annual Shop-With-A-Lion event. Funds for this and other Lions projects come from individual and business donations, fund raising events such as Picnic Concession Trailer (Lion Burgers), Pancake and/or Biscuit and Gravy Breakfast,

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