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Gardening to distraction

11 Best Watering Practices In addition to stressing people and pets, temperatures over 90F for several consecutive days stresses plants. In those conditions, plants stop making nectar and pollen, eliminating any possibility of flowers and fruit and frustrating gardening friends aspiring to have perfect lawns. Luckily that’s not me. However, as we head into the

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Felty Family Reunion – 2016

George William Felty and Iva May Groves were married on July 18, 1901. They were the parents of seven children – Letha Margaret, Ruth Ellen, Melba Doris, Dow Estell, Virginia Roberta “Bertie”, Nina Maud and Zelma Irene. George passed away in 1938. George and Iva’s descendants held their first reunion in 1963, just a few

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Picnic Baby contest winners

0-3 month girls – 1st place Raven Cretel; 2nd place Ryli Langford and 3rd place Annlynn Barger. 4-7 month girls – 1st place Alex Todd; 2nd place Kaylin Dintaman and 3rd place Madeline Vinson. 8-11 month girls – 1st place Moriah Bingham; 2nd place Kaylene Dutcher and 3rd place Zella Helm. 12-15 month girls –

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TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

TOPS CHAPTER 319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church Of Christ meeting room on Thursday, July 28. Our leader, Robbie opened the meeting.  Kay led us in singing “Help Me Slender”. Robbie led us in roll call.  Twenty-seven weighed in today. Sandi was the week’s best loser with a loss of 4.2 lbs.  Congratulations

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31st annual Dederick reunion

The 31st Dederick reunion was held July 24, 2016, in the Dederick Christian Church. Forty-one persons saluted the flag, followed by Ben Vickers singing. Richard Watkins asked the blessing on the food. After the bountiful lunch, door prizes were drawn and the winners read their fortune on the purchased gifts. Those attending were: Larua Eslinger

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Good deed

GIRL SCOUTS PICK UP PICNIC TRASH – Members of Girl Scout Service Unit 712 and their families have performed a quiet service for their community for the past four years while earning some funds for their troops. This year the City paid them $500 for picking up trash on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the

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54 Cruisers award scholarships

The 54 Cruisers Car Club of El Dorado Springs have awarded three $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors Mitchell Lamb, son of Doug and Dana Lamb, Nevada – Ozark Technical Community College, Diesel Technology. Zachary Shotts, son of Roy Shotts, Nevada – Fort Schott Community College, Automotive Technology. Cole Watson, son of Shannon Watson,

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Duke Mason to perform for scholarship program

The Opera House Arts Council proudly presents The Duke Mason Band, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, at the Opera House Theatre in downtown El Dorado Springs.. Duke Mason is a special performer because of his unique height of only 46 inches. However, his talent and charismatic personality bring a respect and dignity to his

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“The Band Plays On”

Santa is Coming!!! – Christmas In July!!! Wow! What a week! Did everyone get warm enough at the Picnic? I know everyone in the Band was sure hot, but we had a great time playing for the crowd! You do not want to miss this coming Saturday night! We heard a rumor that Santa will

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New Chiropractor Angie Segovia

Angie Jeffries Segovia, a 1991 graduate of Osceola High School, graduated with honors from Cleveland Chiropractic College in April earning the degree of Doctor of Chiropractic. She is currently completing her internship and will begin practicing in September at Advanced Sports and Family Chiropractic and Acupuncture in Lee’s Summit. In addition to Chiropractic, Angie is

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