“The Band Plays On”

We had a great time celebrating the 4th of July last weekend and honoring all Veterans in the audience. Thank you to all who have served and to their families who have supported them as they were gone from home. This weekend we will play Friday and Saturday evening from 8-9 p.m. On Saturday we

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Karaoke in the Park

We are still accepting participants for the new Karaoke in the Park.  Please contact Kandi or Judi to register your song.  We will also accept participants on site if time allows.  At that time, you will need to pick from the sound company’s available songs.  This is not a contest; however, you will be eligible

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Register for talent contest

Judi will begin taking registrations for the 2018 talent contest, on July 5.  The talent contest will be July 19, 2018 at 8:30pm.  Auditions are not needed however advance registration is required.  It is necessary to have each contestant name (first & last), age(s), what the talent is name of music or song and a

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3 nights of carnival wrist bands

Carnival wrist bands will be on sale at city hall beginning Monday, July 16 through July Friday July 20. They will cost $21 each, cash only will be accepted.   Wristband tickets may also be purchased at the carnival ticket booths for $23 per night.  Single tickets are also available at the ticket booths to

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Booth space still available

There is still time to purchase your booth space.  Contact Judi, 876-2691 or 879-2521 to get an application from city hall.  After July 1, booth space must be paid in cash or money order.

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Back to the Drawing Board: Solutions for the Border

For decades America has felt the repercussions of a failed, outdated immigration system that has rewarded those who enter this country illegally at the expense of those who have followed the law. This week and last week we voted on pieces of legislation that address illegal immigration where it starts – at the border –

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Love note from Jeff City

Greetings, My Fellow Missourians July 4th… while most simply refer to it as the Fourth of July, the people of this great nation cannot and should not forget its true designation as Independence Day. This special day is far more than just another on the calendar, or a reason to take time off from work.

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MARRIAGES

CEDAR COUNTY Marriage Applications: Recorder of Deeds Office Cedar County Carole Wilkerson Recorder Jaime Lee Johnson, 24, Stockton and McKenna Caroline Keltner, 18, Bolivar. Scott M. Shonfelt, 37, El Dorado Springs and Mariemma Jane Rogers, 24, El Dorado Springs.

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VERNON COUNTY SHERIFF

June 25, property damage-2nd degree at 8000 block E. Whitworth Rd. Bronaugh. June 25, trespass-1st degree at 19900 block E. Noah Rd. Nevada.June 26, stealing-physically take at 21900 block S. 43 Hwy., Moundville. June 28, burglary-1st degree at 500 block W. Anderson St., Sheldon. June 28, property damage-2nd degree at E. Katy Track Rd., Nevada.

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EL DORADO SPRINGS POLICE REPORT

In the case of all arrests, it must be remembered that the charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. NOTE: Anyone having information concerning any alleged crimes are encouraged to contact the police department at 876-TIPS (8477) On June 25, 2018, officers arrested Gina M. Riboni,

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