Shelter Insurance® Foundation and Travis Farran to sponsor local high school scholarship

This spring, the Shelter Insurance Foundation will award a $2,000 scholarship to a graduate of El Dorado Springs RII High School. Shelter Agent Travis Farran sponsors and partially funds this scholarship. A committee of local high school officials and community leaders will select the local recipient. The committee will consider each applicant’s scholastic achievements, educational

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Rodger Culbertson retires

Rodger Culbertson, Line Superintendent for Sac Osage Electric Cooperative, has retired after 42 years. He began working as a tree trimmer on the brush crew and ended his career in the highest operation management position in the cooperative. After his hard work, dedication and knowledge he was promoted to Line Superintendent in 2011. He has

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Nahwana Maslen retires

There’s always a smile on her face and a laugh after she speaks. Nahwana Maslen retired from Sac Osage Electric Cooperative Jan. 5 with over 42 dedicated years of service. She retired as Accounting Clerk for the cooperative after working her way up to that position. She was an outstanding employee and the type of

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Senior Night for Dance – Cheerleading – Basketball

WHITNEY BOULTINGHOUSE –  is the daughter of Jeff Boultinghouse and Carmen Jones. Whitney has been involved with dance for the past year. EMMA MEYER – is the daughter of Jeannie Journot and Randy Gassen. Emma has been involved in dance for two years.    MADISON POSEY – she is the daughter of Doug and Pam

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The Best Event of the Year

This week’s Lightnin’ Ridge nature question for all those master naturalists out there is… “Mountain lions do well when their number one food source, the white-tail deer is plentiful. Another mammal, which is steadily increasing, is a prey animal mountain lions would rather have than venison. Mountain lion numbers might rise in the Ozarks solely

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Bulldogs lose to Bears in overtime

by Coach Joel Braden The Bulldogs lost on Tuesday on senior night to Butler 70-59 in overtime. Score by quarters ElDo       1st  2nd  3rd 4th  OT                  14   13     16   16     0 Butler       9    15     10 

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CMH Medical Excellence Scholarship applications available

Applications for the Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation 2017 Medical Excellence Scholarships are now available at the Office of Human Resources at CMH and also online at http://bit.ly/1QRlCt1. The deadline to submit the application is Feb. 28 at 5 p.m. The scholarship provides financial assistance to individuals from the CMH service area — including new

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CMH to host spring clinical job fair March 10

Citizens Memorial Hospital and Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation (CMH) will host a special Spring Clinical Job Fair on Friday, March 10 from Noon – 7 p.m. at Bolivar Technical College Room 103, 1135 N. Oakland Ave, Bolivar. CMH is interviewing for the following positions: RN; LPN; LTC Charge Nurse; CNA and/or RMT; Medical Lab

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NICE HARDWARE

NICE HARDWARE – Students from Van Dyk’s Karate competed in the Midwest Open Karate Tournament on Feb. 4 in Neosho. These competitors did very well and brought home some very nice hardware. Taylin Oberly competed in the 10-11 Youth Intermediate Division and placed 2nd in Open Hand Forms, 3rd in Traditional Weapons Forms and 2nd

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HARD WORK BRINGS REWARDS

HARD WORK BRINGS REWARDS – On the evening of  Feb. 4, the Southwest Association of Tournaments hosted their Annual Awards Banquet in Neosho on the Campus of Crowder College. Students from Van Dyk’s Karate were present to be honored for the hard work they put in during the 2016 Tournament Points Race. Beautiful plaques and

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