TOPS Chapter 319 El Dorado Springs (Take Off pounds Sensibly) met in the Church Of Christ meeting room on Thursday, Sept. 15. Tickets have been printed for the Baked Potato Luncheon which will be held on Thursday, Sept. 29, in the Community Center Banquet Room, 135 W. Spring St. We will serve from 11 a.m.
WHITESELL RE-ELECTED – Denny Whitesell was re-elected to the board of directors for United Producers Inc. effective June 22. As a director, he will represent the members of District 2, southern Missouri, for a three-year term on the board of directors. Elected during UPI’s district delegate meeting, he will help govern the largest livestock marketing
Article from The Wall Street Journal One school tries to educate freshmen, not bow to their anxieties For a change, we come not to bury a college president but to praise him. His name is Robert Zimmer, and nearby the University of Chicago president defends the educational and societal virtues of free speech on college
Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Halfwayman was sentenced in federal court Sept. 12 for his role in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in Greene, Polk, Christian, Jasper, Laclede and Webster counties and for illegally possessing firearms. Joseph R. Allen, 42, of Halfway, was sentenced by U.S.
Applications are due for the annual El Dorado Springs Community Foundation Grants. Grant applications should include the following: • Name of organization applicant and contact person, address and telephone number. • Brief description of project. • Goals – what is desired accomplishment? • Objectives – how will goals be accomplished? • Budget – cost of
Submitted by Phyllis Stewart Without question the largest construction project in the history of Bates County that was funded with private capital was the digging of the “Big Ditch” during the period 1907-1909. With good farm land selling for $35 to $60 per acre a corporation was formed with a goal in mind to drain
We want to thank all of our friends who helped us in Don’s passing with visits, calls, food, flowers, stamps and the many cards and those attending his service and especially all the prayers. The family of Don Bybee Thank you for your participation in the 2016 9th Annual Collins Pie Festival. Your contribution was
Like peacocks, some flowers strut their vibrant colors in fall. Annual flowers that prefer milder temperatures usually outperform their warm-weather friends in the garden at this time of the year. The lower temperatures from late summer into fall let plants convert more of the sugar they make into plant pigments, said University of Missouri Extension
By Kathy Smith, secretary The Cedar County Historical Society met at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, in the museum in Stockton. Members present were Judy Nichols, president; Bob Phillips, vice president; Kathy Smith, secretary; Kay Snow, treasurer; Shirley Potts, assistant treasurer; Connie Maupin, Chris Barber, Gayle Teague, Sharyl Henry, Ken Potts and Dale Goodman. Under
September is a time for performing a labor of love on your hardworking perennial plants. University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein said timing and technique are important when dividing overgrown perennials. Over time, perennial plants often become overgrown, unproductive “clumps.” They lose vigor and either produce small flowers or quit flowering altogether. “Keep the