CMH Medical Excellence Scholarship applications available

Area students encouraged to apply by Feb. 28. Applications for the Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation 2019 Medical Excellence Scholarships are now available at the Office of Human Resources at CMH and also online at http://bit.ly/1QRlCt1. The deadline to submit the application is Feb. 28 at 5 p.m. The scholarship provides financial assistance to individuals

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4-H partners with Feeding Missouri for statewide food drive in February

This February, Missouri 4-H is partnering with Feeding Missouri in a first-of-its-kind statewide food drive. All of the state’s more than 1,600 4-H clubs, serving youth ages 5 to 18, are invited to participate. Throughout February, 4-H’ers across Missouri will engage in a friendly service competition to see which clubs can contribute the greatest amount

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ECCS MERIT AWARD WINNERS

ECS MERIT AWARD WINNERS – El Dorado Christian School recognized high school and grade school students on Thursday, January 24, for their, “Demerit-Free” second quarter.  Beginning several years ago, El Dorado Christian implemented a “Merit Rewards Program” that identifies and rewards students who strive to promote positive influences in not only the classroom, but in

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Sweet fundraising project at El Dorado Christian School

Talk about “Sweet Rewards!”…Twelve students (and their parents) from El Dorado Christian, worked really hard in support of the 2018-19 Candy Bar Fundraising Project. Because of their hard work and hours of hitting the payment, the“top salesmen/saleswomen” were rewarded with several amazing prizes from the World’s Finest Chocolate’s Fundraising Company; grabbing dollar bills in the

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The Government Re-Opens… at Least for Now

The end of the partial government shutdown has resulted in our federal employees getting paid and federal agency operations returning to normal, at least for the time being. Serious negotiations are now underway with a special Conference Committee of House and Senate members to see if there can be an agreement to address the issues

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Love note from Jeff City

Greetings, My Fellow Missourians One day it’s mud, the next day everything is frozen up.  The weather has been the headline this week. I sympathize with workers who work outside in the elements. The days of the week when I am home choring the livestock, I also am out in the elements; and the days

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EL DORADO SPRINGS MUNICIPAL COURT

Jerry Bobbett, f t s sign Grand and Oak, $75.50. Melinda Goth, utility tampering, stealing utilities, $125.50. Heidi Handley, f t s stop sign w accident, $100.50. Christian Jewell, dog at large, $50.50. Ryan Melvin, no license plates, $75.50. Joshua Pitts, fail to obey officer, f t s s Park and Joe Davis, f t

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CEDAR COUNTY SHERIFF

01/13 • Received a call of a family situation on 1320 Rd Stockton.  Handled by officer and report taken. • Received a call of a family situation on 1325 Rd Stockton.  Handled by officer and report taken. • Received call from Central Station Alarms of an alarm going off on West St Stockton.  Handled by

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ST. CLAIR COUNTY SHERIFF

Sheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made eight arrests and took a stealing report during the week of Jan. 28-Feb. 4, 2019. Warrant Arrests Vincent Mansell- On Feb. 3, Vincent Mansell, 38, El Dorado Springs, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy on a class D felony stealing and a class B misdemeanor trespassing. Mansell

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VERNON COUNTY SHERIFF

Jan. 25, burglary-2nd degree at 10700 block E. 54 Hwy., Nevada. Jan. 25, structure fire at 2900 block S. 2700 Rd., Schell City. Jan. 26, stealing-$750 or more at 12000 block S. Moeshe Ave., Richards. Jan. 26, animal bite at S. 1491 Rd., Nevada. Jan. 26, robbery 2nd degree-gas station at 2500 block E. Austin

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