Thank You from the CBCO Bloodmobile

Thank you to all who came to give your pint of live saving blood at the El Dorado Springs Church of Christ on Thursday, Dec. 7. Our goal at this Blood Drive was to collect 30 pints. We met our goal, thanks to everyone who came out to donate. We are so thankful to our

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Square Dance for Christmas

On Friday, Dec. 15, the Mo-Kan Square Dancers will hold their Christmas Dance with Jay Wright calling from 7:30 to 10 p.m. in the Home Ec Building at the Vernon County Fairgrounds, Nevada. Admission is $5 per adult dancer and $3 per youth dancer. All area dancers and interested person are invited to attend. For

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Love note from Jeff City

Greetings, My Fellow Missourians Friday, Dec. 1, marked the first day legislators in both chambers of the MO General Assembly could pre-file bills for the upcoming session. House Speaker Todd Richardson issued the following statement on the first day of pre-filing: “We came to Jefferson City to get results for Missouri families, and that’s what

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Following McCaskill’s testimony, trade commission rules in favor of Missouri soybean, biodiesel producers

Following testimony by U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill on behalf of Missouri’s soybean and biodiesel workers and producers—which support more than 17,000 jobs in Missouri—the government agency that decides whether American companies have been harmed voted unanimously on the side of the soybean industry, opening the door for the Department of Commerce to approve hefty double-digit

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Consider making these year-end tax moves by Dec. 31

Holiday shopping is in full swing for consumers around the nation. Shoppers spend money. Money comes from income. And where there’s income, taxes follow. Congress is in the middle of reforming the federal income tax code, but whether a new code emerges, the earliest it would take effect is 2018. “Right now, taxpayers need to

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CMH opens new retail pharmacy in Bolivar

Citizens Memorial Hospital and Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation announce the opening of Butterfield Pharmacy to the public. Located at 1125 N. Butterfield Road, Suite A, Butterfield Pharmacy is situated near the hospital and other CMH medical clinics. CMH owns and operates Osceola Community Pharmacy, located at 855 Arduser Drive, Osceola. In addition to filling

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Hartzler statement on two-week funding bill

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (MO-04) made the following statement on H. J. Res. 123, the continuing resolution the House passed today to fund the military and federal government through Dec. 22: “The measure we passed today is only a temporary solution. My hope is that we can use this two-week extension to focus on finishing tax

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Marriages

Marriage Applications: Recorder of Deeds Office Cedar County Carole Wilkerson Recorder Donnie Dwayne Morlan, 73, Gallatin, TN, and Patsy Jo Gerster, 73, El Dorado Springs

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CEDAR COUNTY COURT

The following misdemeanors have been filed in Cedar County: Dennis S Corwin, Half Way, Pursue/Take/Kill/Possess or Dispose of Wildlife Illegally  9/2 City of El Dorado Springs v Harry D Whitmore, operate mtr veh in careless and reckless manner  8/20 Justin M Raines, El Dorado Springs, displayed/possessed mtr ma veh/trl plates or another person  11/04 Bruce

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EL DORADO SPRINGS MUNICIPAL COURT

City of El Dorado Springs vs: Nov. 14 Danny Darnell, tall Grass 3rd offense, $ 175.50 Laine Dobbs, speeding 45 /25, $79.60 Trevor Gant, speeding 40/25, $59.50 David Guinn, expired license plates, $50.50 Jamie Hubbard, expired operators, Fail to show proof of ins, $171.50 Amanda Johnson, dog license required, $50.50 Jonathon Mart, Fail to stop

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