Community

“The Band Plays On”

     Only Six More Concerts This Summer There are only two more weekends for our Municipal Band to play this summer. We have several members who have left for college, and high school football games have begun, so our band will be a bit smaller, but we will play on. We all love to

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Care Connection to offer benefits checkups

If you are one of the estimated 64,000 Missourians who lost Missouri Rx coverage in July, you may want to consider applying for governmental assistance to pay for food and other expenses. Care Connection for Aging Services is offering free “Benefits Checkups” to older adults who may need to re-evaluate their qualifications for various benefits

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Senators call for further investigation on Lifeline fraud

U.S. Senators Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Rob Portman of Ohio, and Tom Carper of Delaware are requesting that the Government Accountability Office (GAO) refer to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and its Office of the Inspector General (OIG) details on the specific instances of possible fraud it has identified in the

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Suspect Ian McCarthy apprehended

Captain Scott A. Shipers, commanding officer of Troop A, announces the arrest of Ian McCarthy of Clinton. McCarthy was wanted in the killing of Clinton Police Officer Gary Michael following a traffic stop in Clinton. On Tuesday, Aug. 8, at approximately 6:15 p.m., a citizen driving on Hwy, U, in Henry County notified the Henry

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New books at Cedar County Library

Two Nights by Kathy Reichs – A stand-along thriller introduces Sunday Night, a woman whose secret past has left her with scars and a killer instinct that proves helpful to a desperate family. The Late Show by Michael Connelly – Relegated to the night shift after filing a sexual harassment complaint against a supervisor, a

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SINGING PRAISES PRASES TO THE LORD

SINGING PRAISES PRASES TO THE LORD – Ashley Kaemmerling blessed us with a music special Sunday morning singing, “East to West,” by Casting Crowns. Photo by Dennis Wallen.

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4-H members meet the pros

Fifty-one Missouri 4-H horse project teens, including two from Cedar County – Danielle Davidson and Lauren Ford – explored the western horse industry and related careers in Oklahoma and Texas May 22-28 on the 11th annual University of Missouri Extension 4-H Equine Career Tour. Participants gained career insight from top equine professionals such as champion

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Drive sober or get pulled over

This is real life. Choosing to drive impaired, or ride with someone who is, is not worth the risk – this is real life, and once something goes wrong, it can’t be taken back. Last year, statewide law enforcement made 308 DWI arrests during the impaired driving campaign. There were 189 agencies statewide that participated

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Local financial planner ranked

Ross Lawrence at White Ember Financial Planning in Nevada was recently ranked as one of America’s top next generation wealth advisors by Forbes. “Most of the names on this list entered the workforce amid the Great Recession. They started their careers at the peak of the financial crisis — in finance no less — when

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TOPS baked potato luncheon Sept. 21

TOPS Chapter 319 El Dorado Springs met in the Church of Christ meeting room on Thursday, Aug.10. Our new leader, Sheryl, opened the meeting and Kay led us in singing “Take me Out to the Chapter.” Marilyn led us in doing some exercises to get everyone into the meetingl Sheryl led us in Roll Call. 

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