News from Harwood and area

by Helen Ellerman Jewell and Helen Ellerman and a friend, Rosie Taylor, had dinner at Madalyn’s Kitchen Tuesday, June 28. Connie Locke, former pastor of the Schell City United Methodist Church, who is now pastor of the Marionville Methodist Church, joined them for dinner. Bob and Cheryl Ellerman, of Edward, spent Wednesday, June 29, in

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Historic Delta Queen steamboat may return to Missouri

U.S. Senators Roy Blunt and Claire McCaskill are teaming up on legislation to bring the historic 1920’s riverboat Delta Queen back to the Mississippi River. The Senators’ legislation would reinstate a decades-long exemption to allow the boat to operate from its new home port of Kimmswick, in Jefferson County—creating more than 100 jobs and bringing

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Gardening to distraction

Tomato Woes The gentleman was polite on the phone but clearly frustrated. His six-foot high tomatoes in barrels at a seven Ph were flowering but then the flowers were falling off. He said something similar had happened to his potatoes last year. Now tomatoes are very close to my heart. I even wrote a speech

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A little shower to settle the dust

by Dora Jean McKinley Marilyn Entrikin says the heat makes her so tired. She didn’t go downtown for Bushwachers, it was just too hot for her. I think a lot of people agree with her. But she did go to the Cancer Survivors Dinner on Monday. Very good food and nice door prizes. The “Relay

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Dumpster easier than garage sale

Marge Zink and Julia Snethen News in the middle of this week in the Mt. Zion area is the weather is cooler. That’s how to spell relief, cooler. And summer just had begun last week. While thinking about the news in Mt. Zion area the wild flowers are beautiful on the right of way especially

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TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

TOPS CHAPTER 319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church of Christ meeting room Thursday, June 30. Our leader Robbie opened the meeting. Kay led us in singing “I Want To Be At That Meeting.” Marilyn was able to catch up on an award to Anna and Linda H. Anna received a new member charm

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Upcoming events at Living Waters Ranch

July 14 is the next scheduled Adult Special Needs Day Camp. Please contact Joyce Brown for time and location and to RSVP for lunch. This is a free day camp sponsored in part by Truman Lake Community Foundation and Clinton Knights of Columbus. Participants from all areas are welcome to attend with their caregiver and

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The Rock Wall

You goin’ froggin’? Season opens at sunset Thursday, June 30. As far back as I can remember Dad took us kids froggin’ as soon as season opened. There are lots of legal ways to take bullfrogs, but we only did it one way – by hand with a gas lantern. That way, you can cull

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Inside ElDo city limits

Fireworks on July 4 only by Jarrod D. Schiereck Chief of Police Just a reminder to everyone, that the only time fireworks can legally be discharged within the City Limits is on the 4th of July between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. The possession of fireworks and use of fireworks on City

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El Dorado Springs R-2 Schools FY 17 Budget

Submitted by Mark Koča, Superintendent, June 23rd, 2016, to the El Dorado Springs R-2 Schools Board of Education In compliance with Missouri Public School Law, section 67.010, as set forth by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), and the Missouri State Board of Education, the following Budget Document has been developed by the

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