Community

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

TOPS Chapter 319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church Of Christ meeting room on Thursday, Nov. 3. Linda H opened the meeting and Kay led us in singing “Hooray”. We said our pledges and Linda led us in roll call.  Chris was the week’s best loser with a loss of 4.2 lbs. Twenty-two members

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Thank yous

The family of Cheryl Berry wishes to express a very heartfelt thank you to everyone for their love and support through our time of need. Thank you to Victorious Living Church for the service and meal and to Fairview Church for the food. Cheryl Berry family Thank you to everyone that made my Retirement Open

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Providing information

ALLERGIES Q:  Why are my allergies always worse in the early fall? A:  In this area, ragweed allergies are worse this time of year. If you go out in the fields, you can see a yellow haze on your four-wheeler. If you are allergic, you know you are in trouble- wheezing, eyes swelling and sometimes,

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Lois and Jim Herbst’ Centennial Farm

Story and photos by Neoma Foreman Lois Hawkins Herbst laughed and said, “When we bought my parents farm in 1996, I said if we lived 20 years, it would be a centennial farm. Well, here we are.” The farm was purchased by Benjamin Galvin on Nov. 20, 1916. He farmed there and raised his family.

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Christmas Baskets 2016

The El Dorado Springs Christmas Basket committee is pleased to announce that the distribution date for food baskets and gifts will be Dec. 17, at the First Baptist Church on Main Street.  Recipients should plan to pick up the gifts and food on Saturday, Dec. 17, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and should bring

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Thank yous

As the old saying goes, “time flies when you’re having fun!” I must say that I have been extremely blessed to live and work in this community for the past 20 years. I have had the opportunity to meet and work with so many kind people, and am genuinely honored and humbled that you have

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CMH signs letter of intent with CoxHealth

Citizens Memorial Hospital/Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation (CMH) and CoxHealth have taken the next step in the evolution of healthcare in the Ozarks: A letter of intent has been signed that provides the framework for bringing CoxHealth and CMH together. The decision marks the beginning of a strategic partnership, one that builds on the legacy

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PHARMACY INTERN RETURNS TO EVANS

PHARMACY INTERN RETURNS TO EVANS – Jace Moore is a fourth year pharmacy student at the University of Kansas. He grew up in Moscow, KS, which is home to approximately 200 citizens. While in high school, he shadowed a small town pharmacist, which sparked him to pursue a career in pharmacy. While in route to

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Cedar County Historical Society minutes

by Connie Maupin The Oct. 20, meeting of the Cedar Count Historical Society meeting was called to order by President Judy Nichols. Members present were: President Judy Nichols, Vice President Bob Phillips, Treasurer Kay Snow, Assistant Treasurer Shirley Potts, Interim Secretary Connie Maupin, Luella Phipps, Sharyl Henry, Marcie Haralson, Kenneth Potts and Chris Barber. Visitors

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RETIRING AFTER 39 YEARS

RETIRING AFTER 39 YEARS – Joy Dobbs of Joy Dobbs Insurace Agency in El Dorado Springs spent her last Friday on the job celebrating her 39 years in business with friends and family. Joy started her career in 1977 at Vernal Henry Insurance and later opened her own Agency in January 1991 at the present

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