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Nodding as you pass

WILDFLOWERS PAVE YOUR WAY – Most paved and dirt roads sport a collection of various wildflowers this time of year, but the purple coneflowers along Hwy. H North of El Dorado Springs are particularly festive and beautiful.

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Reward offered for Costello attackers

A $2,500 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the Sunday, May 26, attack on Kevin Costello. Cedar County Sheriff James McCrary told the Sun that the El Dorado Springs/Cedar County Crime Stoppers and a private citizen have combined to offer the reward. The phone number

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Experience Spring City TV

Get El Dorado Springs news each week at Spring City TV. Go to our website at eldoradospringsmo.com and push the button that says Spring City TV. Wed. – news: Thur. Hawaiian Shirt Day and an interview with City Manager Bruce Rogers about El Dorado Springs Water: Fri – a look at the books you can

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Council votes to continue economic developer program

During the El Dorado Springs City Council meeting on Monday, June 3, the council voted to continue the Kaysinger Basin Director of Economic Development program. The last Economic Developer for Cedar County, Marge Vance, was paid by the City of El Dorado Springs, the Cedar County Commission, the City of Stockton and Kaysinger Basin. Kaysinger’s

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Home Town Welcome

MEET THE NEW DOCTOR – You are invited to help welcome Dr. Andrew Wyant and his family to El Dorado Springs. Cedar County Memorial Hospital is planning a “Hometown Welcome” for Dr. Wyant, along with his wife, Krystal, and children, Juliet, Jude and Josie with a cake and ice cream get together from 4:30 –

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Don’t Miss What Matters

Statewide Pedestrian Awareness Campaign Kicks off June 10 Whether driving a vehicle, walking or biking, keep your head up and be alert – you don’t want to miss what matters. The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety is announcing a week-long campaign June 10-16 focusing on pedestrian safety. The campaign will be geared toward pedestrians and

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Kevin Costello’s memory better

Cedar County Sheriff Jim McCrary told the Sun he had spoken with Kevin Costello a couple of times during the past week and his memory has improved. He is apparently out of the hospital but the sheriff didn’t know if he had returned to his job as director of the Stockton Nursing Home. The sheriff

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It’s here

SUMMER FINALLY ARRIVES – Despite the cry of “water, water everywhere,” plenty of people have enjoyed a splash in the cool, refreshing aqua blue waters of the Virginia Ryan Strain Municipal Pool. The pool opened on May 30 and the El Dorado Springs Municipal Band began their summer concert series on June 1.

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The bear facts

With reports on the news of black bear sightings in Southwest Missouri, the Sun decided to check with the local office of the Missouri Department of Conservation. Our normal go-to person at MDC, Lana Wilson, said she hasn’t received any bear sighting reports in probably five years. Back then, one was sighted south of Walker

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‘Summer in El Dorado’ Trivia Night

Tired of sitting inside watching it rain or sitting outside in the heat at a sporting event?  ElDo Youth Center will present “Summer in El Do” Trivia Night, at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 22.  Cost is $40 for a team of 4 or fewer.  Additional team members up to a total of 7 per team

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