Everybody welcome

COUPLE HELPS FEED COMMUNITY  – In September of last year, Don and Mary Martin of El Dorado Springs decided to offer a Friday night meal to members of the community – anyone that wanted to come. Don fixed two big roasters of soup and fed about 50 people in the upper level of the Old

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Koca presents budget to School Board

Board of Education. Board members present were: Darrell Eason – President. Greg Beydler- Vice President, Benny Brower Mark Burley. Terry Shepard and Chad Whitesell. Board member Josh Floyd was absent FY19 Budget Message El Dorado Springs R-II School District In compliance with Missouri Public School Law, section 67.010, as set forth by the Department of

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Lawsuit against Missouri liquor advertising rules prevails

Several years ago, the Missouri Broadcasters Association and others brought a lawsuit against the state of Missouri in an attempt to rectify behaviors in the marketplace that unfairly subject Missouri based media companies at a disadvantage to foreign internet based companies in regard to advertising of alcohol products that use price as an inducement. That

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E.H.S. Alumni Booth

Would you like to visit with friends, classmates and family while sitting in air conditioning at the “Picnic”?  If so, all you need to do is volunteer to sit at the E.H.S. Alumni Booth for a couple of hours and you can do just that. Hours have been changed to 6-8 p.m. and 8-10 p.m.

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City now taking debit/credit cards

The City of El Dorado Springs is now able to take debit or credit cards for any transaction with the city except for deposits for room rental. The announcement was made at the Monday, July 2, city council meeting. City Clerk Lisa Allison mentioned that there is a convenience fee or those using a card

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Happy Birthday Mary Cates

COMMUNITY SPRINGS RESIDENT CELEBRATES 100 YEARS- Mary Hide was born on June 28, 1918, in Lincoln, England, to John and Clarissa Hide. While serving as a Red Cross Volunteer during WWII she met and later married Ferrel Cates.   They made their home in Missouri and were blessed with 61 years of marriage and five

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The Rock Wall

My thoughts have been off the wall since Friday when Kimball checked me into Cedar County Memorial. I heard the nurses repeatedly refer to UTI which got totally out of hand during the evening. I was so sick I couldn’t even stay awake and stand up for the nurses to clean me up. But they

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The Rest of the Story

Editor: By now, many of us have heard about Sarah Sanders being asked to leave a Red Hen restaurant because she worked for President Trump. Apparently, other family members were there. Most of us heard that she had got up and left. End of story. However, Mike Huckabee, her father, stated otherwise. He shared that

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Festival scams can leave you holding tickets for nonexistent events

Summer is heating up, and so is the demand for tickets to major concerts, festivals and events. But if the price of 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 sometimes tempt festival-goers

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New books at Cedar County Library

The Patchwork Bride by Sandra Dallas – Working on a bridal quilt for a granddaughter who abruptly calls off the wedding, Ellen imparts the story of a woman who avoided marriage twice before finding the love of her life. Island of the Mad by Laurie King – When a friend’s mentally unstable aunt goes missing

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