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New books at Cedar County Library

Full Wolf Moon by Lincoln Child – Traveling to an isolated writers’ retreat deep in the Adirondacks, Jeremy Logan, an investigator who specializes in unexplained phenomena, discovers a dead hiker whose wounds suggest an unnatural attack before encountering numerous suspects and a woman scientist struggling with the death of her fathers. A Hiss Before Dying

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Providing information

COLONOSCOPY Q:  Why is my healthcare provider recommending a colonoscopy? A:  A Colonoscopy is a test that allows a general surgeon or gastroenterologist to look at the inner lining of your large intestine (colon & rectum). He or she uses a thin flexible scope (colonscope) to perform the procedure.  The principle goal is to find

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Ashcroft Awards Racing to Read Grant to Cedar County Library

Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced that the Cedar County Library received a Racing to Read Grant of $4,085, which will be used to develop early literacy services for children from birth to six years of age. “Libraries are an integral part of our communities, providing Missourians an opportunity to learn and grow through

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MSU announces sping graduation list

Missouri State University conferred 2,651 degrees to students at its 2017 spring commencement May 19 at JQH Arena. El Dorado Springs:  Jacklynn Burk, Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Abigail Castle, Bachelor of Science in Geology; Karen Keith, Bachelor of Science in Accounting; Madison Sibley, Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Dylan Timmermann, Bachelor of Science

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PAPE CELEBRATES FATHER’S DAY

 Our Sunday School Hour opened with the hymn, “Faith of Our Fathers” and then Carl read the poem, “The Christ” by Robert G. Lee. We sang “Happy Birthday” to Devon Bray whose birthday was June 16. It was announced that our church and grounds spring cleaning is scheduled for Saturday June 24, weather permitting. Other

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Thank you

We would like to thank our friends and neighbors for their generosity. A special thank you to Rev. Brent Bland for the beautiful service and thank you to Bland-Hackleman Funeral Home.. The family of Tim Mogan

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CCMH approves proposal for ambulance service operation

Following an executive session, the Cedar County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees announced that they had approved a proposal to be presented to the Cedar County Ambulance District for the operation of the ambulance service. (see ambulance report) Present in the session were all the trustees; Julia Phipps. Jan Neale, Judy Renn, Carla Griffin and

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MEETING OF THE MEMBERS

 Sac Osage Electric held its annual meeting on Tuesday, June 20, with 393 members plus their families in attendance. “That Dalton Gang” entertained and people enjoyed pulled pork sandwiches, chips and ice cream. The business meeting started at 6:30 with guest speaker Barry Hart. During the business meeting the members present voted 302 for and

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Woman dies in Stockton wreck

Mary T. Andra, 62, Humansville, died as the result of a mishap that occurred at 11:05 a.m. Thursday, June 15, on Hwy. 32 west of 1609 Road in Stockton. According to the report by Sgt. Gary Riggs of the Missouri Highway Patrol, the 2001 Subaru Forrester driven eastbound by William E. Susoev, 62, Humansville, ran

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Cedar County Youth Fair auction winners

GRAND CHAMPION SHEEP – Dakota Gay showed the grand champion sheep but could not be at the auction to sell it because he had be out of town. His sister held the animal for a photo. RESERVE CHAMPION SHEEP – shown by Glen Van Bummel was  purchased by Cubbage Feed represented by Devola Garrett. GRAND

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