BBB warns of scammers selling fake event tickets

Summer is heating up, and so is the demand for tickets to major concerts, festivals and events. But if that hot ticket sounds too good to be true, there’s a good chance it is. Consumers across the U.S. have reported purchasing tickets for events that didn’t take place. Scammers tempt festival-goers into buying tickets for

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Renee Meyer named next CMH CFO

Renee Meyer has been named the next Chief Financial Officer for Citizens Memorial Hospital/Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation effective January 2020. It was announced last month that Donald J. Babb, Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director of CMH and CMH Foundation, will retire in January 2020, and Gary Fulbright, current CFO, will replace Babb as the leader

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El Dorado Springs Cemetery donations for 2019

$100 – Delbert Bausch, Celia-Nick Wohhe, Jackie Cargill, Brent Bland, Forrest-Sally Troyer, Lorene Kennon, Clayton-Charlotte Arnold, Jim-Peggy Carter. $75 – Larry-Earlene Stockstill. $50 – Randy Schwalm, Ruby Fields, Lawrence Hicks, Suzie Witte, Pauline Hlavacek, Jerry-Yvonne Keeny, Charles-Tina Cantrell (Memory of Jordan), Joe-Goldie Beaty, Vera Witesell, Eldon-Carolyn Steward, Richardson-Tinsley family. $67.50 – James-Judy Brackenridge. $40 –

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Governor Parson signs nine bills into law

Governor Mike Parson signed nine bills into law. SB 179 – Financial Institutions: Reduces duplicative reports and filings required of Missouri financial institutions and streamlines processes for state regulators. HB 182 – Interest Rates Paid by Insurers: Clarifies that insurance companies who voluntarily pay interest on any claim, refund, penalty, or payment for which the

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R-II Board to meet Thursday

The El Dorado Springs R-2 Schools Board of Education will meet in open session at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 13, in the   HS Library. The board will recognition retiree,  Mike Durnell Old Business will include the School Lunch / Breakfast Program for 19/20 School Year In New Business, the board will open bids on

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Ambulance Board to meet Monday

The Cedar County Ambulance District board is scheduled to meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 17, in the Stockton Ambulance Barn. TIME:   6:30 p.m. Unfinished Business: a. Nothing at this time. New Business: Dispatching, Sheriff to address board Report from Board Members attending the MAA conference

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June designated as PTSD Awareness month

By Lauren Weinand, M.D. Presented by Compass Health Network An increased recognition of post-traumatic stress disorder has entered the American lexicon. Often associated with military veterans, the disease can affect anyone who has lived through a traumatic event. June, designated as PTSD Awareness Month, and more specifically June 27, PTSD Awareness Day, provide perfect platforms

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Love note from Jeff City

Greetings, My Fellow Missourians District news – The Lighthouse Children’s Theatre in El Dorado Springs has received state arts funding from the Missouri Arts Council. The Theater is a non-profit organization that provides opportunities to children ages 3-17 to learn the fine arts in acting, singing and dancing. The Missouri Arts Council reaches out to

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MARRIAGES

CEDAR COUNTY Marriage Applications: Recorder of Deeds Office Cedar County Carole Wilkerson Recorder Phillip Wayne Thornburg, 57, Fair Play, and Wenty Dawn Hileman, 50, Fair Play. Charles E. Humberd, 62, Stockton, and Judy Ann Ebeling, 62, Stockton. Zachary Shane Lollar, 30, Kearney, and Kayla Renae Dawes, 31, Kearney. Bradly Dean Taylor, 24, Stockton, and Johnna

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CEDAR COUNTY SHERIFF

05/26 • Received call of a C&I driver by Simple Simon’s Stockton.  Officer stopped vehicle and gave warning. • Received a call of an assault on Locust St Stockton.  Handled by officer. • Officer out on assistance to motorist having trouble on Hwy 39 and 1724 Rd Stockton.  Got vehicle off the roadway. • Received

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