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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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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In the Churches, 10-21-17

Immanuel Baptist Church: The last Ladies Luncheon at Immanuel Baptist Church, 701 S. West Ave., El Dorado, will begin with serving at 11:30 a.m. and a program at 12:10 p.m. on Tuesday at the church. Adah Mayhan, who started the Ladies Luncheon over 24 years ago, will be the guest speaker. Her daughter, Cindy Greer, will provide special music.

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Officials address Jefferson repairs

Ongoing repairs for a city street has reportedly drawn citizen complaints, prompting a city official to ask for regular updates on such city projects to better keep the public informed.

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Wildcat Pride

Wildcat Pride: El Dorado High School Homecoming Queen 2017 Paula Harris waves to the crowd as the the EHS Homecoming Parade makes its way through downtown El Dorado.

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