Community

Crowder College announces fall graduates

El Dorado Springs Associate of Arts, General Studies – Rylie Bradley; Associate of Arts, Preschool Teacher/Paraprofessional – Rylie Bradley; Associate of Science, Occupational Therapy Assistant – Ginelle Esry; Associate of Arts, General Studies – Sondi Hunter; Associate of Arts,Criminal Justice – Savannah Rhoades; Associate of Arts, Agriculture-Ag Business Option – Morgan Sumner and Associate of

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Providing information

EAR INFECTIONS Q:  My child is having too many ear infections.  Should I get tubes put in their ears? A:  Infection is a common cause of ear pain, but not all ear pain means an infection.  If your child complains of ear pain and does not have an infection, it can also be due to

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Buckle Up/Phone Down

MoDOT and the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety are challenging Missouri businesses and private individuals to buckle up and put their phones down. The Buckle Up/Phone Down campaign is tackling the two most impactful actions a driver can take to prevent crashes — or survive if one occurs. First, drivers can put their phones down

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Cards of Thanks

When Community Blood Center of the Ozarks announced a “Code Red” (a serious blood shortage), 59 people showed up from the El Dorado Springs community to give blood Jan. 26. Thank you to the following:  Gary Badger, Shirley Beckman, Chance Bettis, Terri Biddlecome, Lynda Bishop, Bobby Budd, Mary Cain, Debra Caldwell, Carlos Cary, Amy Caster,

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Pound Pets

Dog – neutered adult male, brown/tan/white/gray Husky or Heeler mix. Due to imposition of city ordinances all animals MAY be kept a maximum of 10 days before euthanzation. For additional information on the listed animals please contact the El Dorado Springs Police Department 24/7 at 417-876-2313 or by email- eldoradospringsanimal control@gmail.com. Animals are also listed

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Gardening Charlotte

February Garden Chores There are signs of activity in my hill side garden, ever so slight maybe but activity nevertheless. I am spotting mole runs through some of my walking paths, and the mums I planted last fall are sprouting little tufts of green in the center. I know, I should appreciate cold enough days

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Twentieth Century Club meets

by Lana Sue Jones On Monday, Jan. 9, 10 members of Twentieth Century Club met in the home of Evelyn Boyle with Luella Phipps serving as co-hostess. The meeting was called to order by President Sandi Eaves. The new business was to decide on a theme for the 2017 year. The vote was to accept

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Conners to celebrate 70th anniversary

Robert and Dixie Conner of El Dorado Springs marked 70 years of marriage on Feb. 1, 2017, but the big celebration will be Feb. 4. They were joined in Holy Matrimony in Ft. Scott, KS, on Feb. 1, 1947. Mr. and Mrs. Conner are life-long residents of El Dorado Springs. They are members of the

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TOPS hears 12 things to remember

TOPS Chapter 319 El Dorado Springs (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) met in the Church Of Christ Meeting room on Thursday, Jan. 26. Robbie presented the program on 12 things to remember: 1. The past cannot be changed 2. Opinions don’t define your reality 3. Everyone’s journey is different 4. Things always get better with time

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Turn your business dream into a reality

Do you have a business dream? Have an idea but don’t know where opportunity exists?       The El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Committee has identified four buildings available for immediate occupancy in historic downtown El Dorado Springs!  These buildings range from 1,500 square feet to over 4,400 square feet. We

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