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Join us Thursday, Oct. 31 for a Spooktacular good time

Please participate in the Spring City Spooktacular. We need businesses and organizations to participate, offering our local children a safe place to trick-or-treat. Create good-will for your business, hand out candy to children plus it’s an opportunity to distribute promotional items/coupons to parents, influencing your prospective customers while participating in a fantastic community event. Decorate

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Bulls eye

LIFE ON THE PRAIRIE – Ben Neidel, 10,  shows off his bulls eye shot during  the Missouri Department of Conservation Prairie Day at the Wah’Kon-Tah Prairie  on Saturday, Oct. 12. After an attempt to master the atlatl, he took up archery and came out a winner. He also helped re-route a stream, identified birds and

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Christmas Basket applications available

The El Dorado Springs Christmas Basket project is a program that provides food baskets for families and gifts for children age 16 and younger who live in the El Dorado Springs School District and are in need of holiday assistance. Applications for Christmas Baskets will be available at the Division of Social Services in Stockton

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Council to commend officers who tried to save heart attack victim

The El Dorado Springs City Council met in regular session at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7, in City Hall. Mayor Pro-Tem Cory Gayman led the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance. Members present were Mayor Pro-Tem Cory Gayman, Council Members  Jim Luster, Nick Bland and Nathan Murrell. Personnel present were City Manager, Bruce Rogers and

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Missouri governor signs into law new poaching penalties

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Missouri legislature and governor have taken actions to increase penalties for those caught poaching Missouri game animals and other native wildlife species. Missouri Governor Michael Parson signed HB260 into law. Called the Poaching Bill, it significantly raises fines for those convicted of illegally taking Missouri game species

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Another win

CEDAR BOWL STAYS HOME – After trailing by one point at the half, the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs, under the guidance of Head Coach Kelley Beckner, dominated the second half of the Cedar Bowl/Homecoming game over the Stockton Tigers 48-34. At the end of the game, Stockton Athletic Director Mike Kenney handed the Cedar Bowl

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Pick of the litter

BULLDOG ROYALTY – Before the kickoff of the El Dorado Springs – Stockton Cedar Bowl, the Bulldogs crowned their 2019 Homecoming royalty: Queen Allison Worrell and King Alexander Posey. Flower girl was Kamryn Swopes, daughter of Beau and Elizabeth Swopes. Crown bearer was Beau Beckner, son of Kelley and Cody Beckner.

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Mammograms save lives

The Cedar County Memorial Hospital Radiology Department has decorated the lobby for the month of October to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness. Radiology Supervisor, Melissa Baker, RT along with Debbie Culbertson, RT (l-r in photo) both certified in Mammography Imaging are available to perform digital mammograms all year but especially emphasize October since it is recognized

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On the job training

JUNIOR FIREFIGHTERS LEARN FROM THE BEST – Local children, grades 1st – 6th’ had the opportunity to put their firefighting skills to the test on Saturday, Oct. 5, at the old Woods/Shopko parking lot. Junior firefighters visited a number of stations: They got handouts form Cedar County Memorial Hospital and Citizens Memorial clinic, they got

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El Dorado Springs Community Foundation offers grant funds for community projects

Applications are now being accepted for the Annual El Dorado Springs Community Foundation Grants.  Grant applications should include the following: • Name of organization applicant and contact person, address and telephone number. • Brief description of project. • Goals – what is desired accomplishment? • Objectives – how will goals be accomplished? • Budget –

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