El Dorado News

October 23, 2017
El Dorado News Times

Pink Out for breast cancer

Pink Out: South Arkansas Community College’s cosmetology department honored breast cancer survivors during its annual Pink Out Friday afternoon. Pictured from left are instructor Quincie DeLoach; breast cancer survivors Shawana Loyd and Irene Porchia; and instructor Shannon Rogers.

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El Dorado, PC run at Moro Bay

JERSEY - El Dorado’s boys cross country team claimed first place Saturday in the Moro Bay Invitational. Parkers Chapel’s Jana Avery claimed individual first place honors in the senior girls division.

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Fun at the museum

Fall Fest: Jonathan Grayson, 8, chooses a prize form Mike Williams after competing in a bean bag toss during the Fall Fest at the Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources on Saturday. Left, Dalieyah Perrywill, 5, left, and Curry Tatum Jr., 3, right, get help from William Sapp while making faces for Halloween puppets during Fall Fest.

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Charles Fredrick Perdue, 83, of El Dorado passed away October 20, 2017 at Timberlane Health and Rehabilitation in El Dorado.

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Paul R. Mitchell, 84, of El Dorado, AR, died on Thursday, October 19, 2017 at Timberlane Health and Rehabilitation.

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Bruce Mathews, 90, of Pencil Bluff, AR, died peacefully at his home Tuesday, October 17, 2017, with his family by his side. He was born July 26, 1927 to Carson and Etta Hayes Mathews in Felsenthal, AR.

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Gary Randall Mason age 72 of Spearsville, LA passed away Friday, October 20, 2017 at the John R. Williamson Hospice House in El Dorado.

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Kenneth Ray “Buddy” Bougher, Sr., 61, of El Dorado passed away October 19, 2017 at St. Vincent’s Infirmary in Little Rock.

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BOBBY J. CREER Memorial service for Bobby Joe Creer, Jr. will be held at 11:00 am on Monday, October 23, 2017 at the El Dorado Municipal Auditorium. Arrangements provided by Andrews Funeral Home.

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Hogs Named Feral

This is an open letter to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, and the subject is the proliferation of feral hogs in Arkansas.

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Two men, one shining example

In an age of easily retrievable audio and video footage, President Donald Trump continues to speak blatant untruths. During times that call for sincerity and reverence, he is incapable of offering public comments without being offensive and/or bragging on himself. His need to have received, offered or accomplished the most — whether it be votes, crowd size or personal letters to families of the war dead — is pathological.

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