Karl Allison and his son, Davin, attended the Champion brands 60th anniversary celebration in Clinton on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, where he received recognition for being their longest running customer. Davin said, “My dad opened his business in 1957. If you have any room in the paper I thought it might be a nice piece.”
This was a busy weekend. Saturday night we took Band pictures just before playing our concert honoring Miss Lillian with some of her favorite songs. We shared some interesting facts about her life and her history with the Band. Sunday our concert was centered around Father’s Day and the gentlemen in the crowd and in
Booth space is still available for the 135th El Dorado Springs Picnic. Please contact Judi, 417-876-2691 or city hall, 417-876-2521. Also applications can be found on the city website. It is cityofeldoradospringsmo.com under city news & events the 4th heading says 2016 Picnic applications. Click for application. If you have any questions fell free to
Area kids, and some adults, have spent their summer afternoons at the Virginian Ryan Strain Municipal Pool. During the recent extremely hot weather, the water is a cool and inviting refuge.
Auction results from Cedar County Youth Fair GRAND CHAMPION MARKET GOAT – at the 2016 Cedar County Youth Fair, shown by Cheyenne Lame, was purchased by Cedar County Farm Bureau represented by Clay Doedon, Don Boulthinghouse and Peggy Kenney. Cheyenne also received Intermediate Market Goat Showmanship. RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION GOAT – shown by Macy Stauffer
Southwest Baptist University has released its Spring 2016 graduate and honor roll lists. Graduate: Katelynn Stewart, El Dorado Springs – Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude. Honor roll: Brooke Bland, Trustees’ List; Cameron Collins, Trustees’ List and Emily Jones, El Dorado Springs, Trustees’ List.
The ruby-throated hummingbird with blurred wingbeats and the ability to hover in the air is a fascinating visitor to flower gardens and home bird feeders. But each summer they seem to mysteriously vanish from some yards. They will return, says Larry Rizzo, Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) natural history biologist. “Many people see ruby-throated hummingbirds
TOPS CHAPTER 319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church Of Christ Sanctuary on Thursday June 16. Our leader, Robbie, opened the meeting with a funny story. She is now finally free of all the medical stuff and she and her husband, Norman, were going to Sam’s Club. She got out of the pickup and
Delicious Daylilies My Washington D.C. friend, Phyllis, likes to have a good chuckle when she stops by on her cross-country trips. She usually cruises through when daylilies are blooming, one of her favorite meal treats. I can’t help but laugh as she uses an English accent to mimic an imagined conversation between a 1621 European
by Kathy Smith Members of the Cedar County Historical Society met at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 21, at the museum. Those present were members Kay Snow, Judy Nichols, Kathy Smith, Barbara Fox, Shirley Hedges-Potts, Luella Phipps, Sharyl Henry, Bob Estes, Dale Goodman, Chris Barber, Marci Haralson and Connie Maupin. Visitors present were Kenneth Potts and