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    Hoopin' it up with the hot-doggers!
    Eldon Woods Supermarket Manager Randy Jaguars (right) hoops it up with Hot-doggers Dorothy "Hot Diggity Dot" Spratlin and Troy "Tailgate Troy" D-Souza during the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile's visit to Eldon Friday, June 21. (Photo by Tim Flora)
    Jury finds city not responsible for 2013 death of 17-year-old
    A jury Wednesday, June 19 ruled unanimously the city of Eldon not to be responsible for the death of 17-year-old Donald Parker, who drowned May 31, 2013 in a stormwater drainage channel.
    Twin twisters
    This video still image of the tornadoes that damaged Eldon was taken from the parking lot of the Eldon Middle School. To view the video, scan this photo using the free VPI Interactive app on a smart phone or tablet. Note: freeze frames at 22 and 32 seconds. (Video by Michele Vernon).
    FIRE AND POLICE REVISIT MAY 22:
    Definitely not something they want to experience again
    Wednesday night, May 22, had been a bit stormy. In fact, the Eldon storm watchers had been out keeping an eye on a storm.
    Disaster response center at First Christian Church
    Serve Eldon and Eldon First Christian Church is coordinating efforts to provide food, household items and more for victims of the May 22 tornado.
    Girl Scouts host community wellness event July 13
    The juniors of Eldon Girl Scout Troop 71490 are on a mission to help families be more healthy.
    Life Fire plus fireworks July 6 at New Life
    New Life Assembly of God at Barnett will host a free Independence Day celebration Saturday, July 6. “Life Fire Plus Fireworks” starts at noon and ends with a fireworks display at dusk.
    Olean Hexagonal Baptist Church - 1895-1943
    CELEBRATION SATURDAY, JUNE 29:
    Olean Baptist Church - 125 years of ministry
    For years Olean Baptist Church has ministered to the needs of the area from the corner of Clark and Locust.
    Celebrating homeownership
    In celebration of National Homeownership Month, USDA Rural Development and partners gathered Monday, June 17 to recognize Eldon homeowner Bonnie Stickney. Attending the event were, from left: USDA Rural Development Acting Area Director Travis Zimmerman, contractors Cherish and D.J. DeGraffenreid, homeowner Bonnie Stickney, Charlie Stevens (Stickney’s great-grandson), Eldon City Administrator Debbie Guthrie, USDA Rural Development area technician Patty Hensley and Central Bank representative Angie Martin. (Submitted photo)
    Eldon homeowner recognized during
    National Homeownership Month
    The USDA Rural Development service center in Eldon recognized homeowner Bonnie Stickney Monday, June 17, as part of National Homeownership Month.
    Mt. Herman area news
    by Rose Bond
    St. Elizabeth area news
    by Mary Ann Lindenbusch
    Rock and mineral show June 28-30 in Eldon
    The annual Osage Rock and Mineral Club gem, mineral and jewelry show is set for Friday through Sunday, June 28-30 at the Eldon Community Center.
    TOPS MO 1002 Crocker news
    TOPS MO 1002 Crocker met Monday, June 17, at the Pulaski County Health Department with Secretary Nancy presiding.
    Bernskoetter's Report
    Seventy-five years ago, brave men, some barely more than boys, stormed the shores of five French beaches. Under heavy fire from German forces, these men fought hard for every step they took across the Normandy beaches codenamed “Utah,” “Omaha,” “Gold,” “Juno” and “Sword.” Causalities were heavy, but slowly and surely, the tide began to turn in favor of these Allied troops, and they were eventually able to take the beaches. The invasion of Normandy, commonly known as D-Day, would prove to be the turning point in the greatest war the world had ever seen.
    Blaine's Bulletin
    Throughout my life I’ve held many titles from student, to farmer, to small businessman, to banker, to Congressman. However, none of these titles will ever mean as much or sound as great as being called “dad” and “grandpa.” My wife Jackie and I raised three amazing children who are now grown with families of their own, and they have blessed us with six grandchildren.
    St. Anthony Seniors meet
    June 12 the church hall was the center of attention for many as they gathered together to share stories and enjoyed good food and fun games.
    Enon area news
    Gloria Proctor and her daughter, Marilyn Walker, visited Bee Enowski Thursday.
    Olean Livestock Market report
    June 14, 2019
    Properties headed for county tax sale
    Miller County taxpayers who are three years behind on paying real estate taxes have been mailed notices that their property will be included in the annual tax sale the fourth Monday of August if the taxes are not paid.
    Caine to retire from Central Bank
    Rick Caine, Vice President/Branch Manager at the Eldon branch of Central Bank of Lake of the Ozarks, will retire June 28.
    Lake Regional hosts weight
    management class, support group
    Would you feel better if you could lose weight and keep it off? Get help with a weight management class and support group at Lake Regional Health System. The class is 10 a.m. Thursday, July 25, at Lake Regional Hospital in the third floor conference rooms.
    Worship night to benefit relief effort
    Area churches will host “Worship Night at the Lake” Friday, June 28 to benefit the tornado relief effort. The event is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Warehouse 55 at 302 E. North Street in Eldon.
    Eldon UMC hosts one-day VBS June 29
    “Yee Haw - Celebrating God’s Greatest Gift” is the theme of a one-day Vacation Bible School Saturday, June 29 at Eldon United Methodist Church.
    Helton reunion July 13
    The 39th annual David and Roberta (Copeland) Helton family reunion will be held Saturday, July 13.
    Mt. Zion Christian Church news
    Charlie Worstell,
    Olean Livestock Market report
    May 31, 2019
    Free summer lunch program at Eldon FBC
    Summer break is here and so are free nutritious lunches for children ages 18 and under.
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