Community

Ambulance Board holds short meeting

The Cedar County Ambulance District board met Monday, Sept. 18, in the El Dorado Springs Ambulance Barn. Meeting called to order at 6:39. Roll call Present: John Wilson Chairman Nadine Sinclair Evelyn Boyle Rusty Norval Absent: Kenny Turner Vice Chairman Keith Kasco Sec/Tres. Agenda Approval: A motion was made by Wilson to approve the agenda

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CBCO donors provide more blood in hurricane relief effort

CBCO donors were able to provide 100 units of blood to hurricane ravaged areas of Florida during the past week. Separate shipments went to Lee Memorial Hospital in Ft. Myers, FL, and OneBlood, the independent supplier of blood to many hospitals in Florida. Blood donations have just resumed in the areas hit by Hurricane Irma,

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CCAD Financial report

During the Sept. 18 Cedar County Ambulance District monthly meeting, CPA Kalena Bruce gave her financial report. As of Aug. 31, the district had $601,143.22 in cash and cash equivalents down $104,936.48 from a year earlier. Accounts receivable was $7,241.53, down $6,705.47 from a year earlier. Total assets were $1,972,980.86, up $111,827.95 from a year

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Kalena Kenney passionate about agriculture

Thank you for that kind introduction. I’m pleased to be here tonight. I hope to share with you a little about myself, my Farm Bureau experience and what we’ve been working hard to accomplish for you this year. As you just heard I am Kalena Bruce, a 5th generation farmer from Stockton. I’ve brought my

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Celebrate the foundation of America

There are two documents of paramount importance to American history: The Declaration of Independence, which forged our national identity and the United States Constitution, which set forth the framework for the federal government that is still in use today. While Independence Day is a beloved national holiday, fewer people know about Constitution Week, an annual

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John Marshall pleads guilty

John Marshall pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 12 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections for the crime of statutory sodomy. The defendant will be required to serve 85% of his sentence before becoming eligible for parole.

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Sheldon man killed in hit and run

A hit and run driver killed Billy J. Willis, 60, Sheldon, at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, on Hwy. DD 10 miles southeast of Nevada who was riding a bicycle. According to the report by Cpl. Baird of the Highway Patrol, the mishap occurred when the unknown driver struck Mr. Willis in the rear knocking

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Thank you

Thank you so much for all the cards and kind messages in honor of my 92nd birthday. I was completely shocked and am truly grateful. Evelyn Harvey

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Route 54 Cruisers Thank you to our top sponsors

We want to thank all the sponsors who made the Route 54 Cruisers Car Show such a success. We especially want to thank our top sponsors. Fugate Motors, ATMS, LLC, Sonic Drive-In (El Dorado Springs and Stockton), Evans, Show Me Metals, Metz Bank, Randy Bland Used Cars, Gobbler’s Roost Restaurant, Czech Tech Auto, Sheldon Funeral

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Gardening Charlotte

Chocolate Mice My bee buddy, David, turned 70 years old this year. To celebrate, his sons joined him for a weekend of fine dining, theatre and catching up on family stories, including a chocolate birthday cake with white icing decorated with, what else – bees. There’s another passion in David’s life, besides his lovely wife.

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