El Dorado News

Monday
May 25, 2015
El Dorado News Times

Allegations raise Circuit Clerk questions

During the Union County Quorum Court meeting, two former employees of the Union County Circuit Clerk’s office came before the court, wanting to explain to the court that they felt as if they were wrongly ...

Decor in bloom downtown

The ‘Spring Tree’ inside the El Dorado Federal Center is seen this past week. The tree stays up all year long but is redecorated for each season.

Allegations raise Circuit Clerk questions

During the Union County Quorum Court meeting, two former employees of the Union County Circuit Clerk’s office came before the court, wanting to explain to the court that they felt as if they were wrongly coerced into resigning their positions due to family issues.

Allegations raise Circuit Clerk questions

During the Union County Quorum Court meeting, two former employees of the Union County Circuit Clerk’s office came before the court, wanting to explain to the court that they felt as if they were wrongly coerced into resigning their positions due to family issues.

Engagements, 5-24-15

Ted and Glynis Impson, of El Dorado, and Tom Mann, of Ridgefield, Wash., and Mary Catherine Mann of Conway, announce the engagement of their son and daughter, Leslie Catheryn Impson, of El Dorado, to Patrick Reid Mann, of Conway.

Amendment and restatement of retirement plans gearing up

In case you have not heard, it is time yet again to amend and restate your retirement plan for recent pension legislation in order to retain the tax qualified status of your retirement plan. The periodic amendment and restatement of your retirement plan is a necessary evil that is required by the Internal Revenue Service approximately once every 6 years in order to retain the tax qualified status of your plan.