Community

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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Cedar County Historical Society meets

by Connie Maupin The Cedar County Historical Society held their May meeting on June 3 rather than meeting during the Memorial Day Weekend.  The meeting was held in the Stockton museum and those present were President Judy Nichols, Vice President Judith Cain, Secretary Connie Maupin, Assistant Treasurer Anna Hopkins, Luella Phipps, Sharyl Henry, Ellis Benham,

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OATS Transit announces fare increases in midwest Missouri counties

OATS Transit has announced it will be increasing fares this summer on some of its routes.  The fare increases will affect the general public riding on Senior Center Buses and Area Wide Buses in the following counties- Bates, Benton, Carroll, Cedar, Chariton, Henry, Hickory, Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, St. Clair, Saline and Vernon counties. This change

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Stork Report

Lacey Phillips, El Dorado Springs, is proud to announce the birth of a daughter, Zarria Sue Phillips. She weighed 7 lbs. 14 oz. and was 21 inches long.

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The Band Plays On

El Dorado Springs Municipal Band to Celebrate Flag Day and Father’s Day Come celebrate Flag Day this Friday evening, June 14, from 8 to 9 p.m. with your Municipal Band. We’ll be decked out in our red, white, and blue playing some of your favorite patriotic songs. On Sunday, we’ll honor all fathers on Father’s

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Picnic Schedule

The Picnic schedule is shaping up nicely for the 138th El Dorado Springs Picnic. Your Picnic Committee members are Debbie Floyd, Brad True, Stacy Fast, Tania Molz, Joyce Cain,  Lisa Brown, Tammy Melton, Kandi Baldwin, Judi Baldwin and City Manager Bruce Rogers. Make plans now to attend the annual El Dorado Springs Picnic July 18-20,

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LIONS WORK AT LION PAVILION

LIONS WORK AT LION PAVILION – Lions James Rosbrugh, Frank Lambrecht and Charles and Edith Winfiel. The male Lions sanded the tables and benches and the Lioness swept up their mess. Lion Sam Eaves worked at trimming trees in the Lions Park. This is work in progress. It will take a few more hours work

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Cedar County Public Forum on SB 391, June 5

The Missouri Senate and House passed SB 391, which takes away local control from county commissions and health boards to regulate negative impacts of industrial, corporate-owned concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) where we live. Cedar County residents are urged to attend a forum to learn about the background of this legislation, including foreign corporate ownership

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Drury Announces Spring 2019 Dean’s List

Earning a spot on Drury University’s Dean’s List is a significant accomplishment; it means a student earned a grade point average of 3.6 or greater (on a four-point scale) while carrying a full-time course load of 12 or more semester hours at Drury, a top Midwestern university, according to US News & World Report. In

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