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CCMH makes proposal to run ambulance service

It was a jam-packed night for business at the Cedar County Ambulance Board’s June 19 meeting in Stockton: they filled the board vacancy in District 1 which had been vacant for about a year; they heard a proposal from the Cedar County Memorial Hospital board to take over the ambulance service in six months; they

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Eat chicken, help Stoney Creek School

Come out to the lovely Fair Haven Park from 4:30 – 7:30 p.m on Friday, June 23, and enjoy a meal of freshly fried, tender young chicken, chicken and noodles, beans, cole slaw and fresh home made bread, pies and more. A donation to the Stoney Creek School is the only cost of the meal.

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Waiting for the show

FOR THE  55TH TIME – As evening fell, the crowd gathered at Wilbur and Margaret Charbonneau’s home on West Hwy. 54 on Tuesday, June 20,  to watch  the annual fireworks display, a precursor to the upcoming 4th of July holiday.   The event started at 5:30 with entertainment by Ginelle Esry, Kamber Cain, Emily Shinn,

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MBA elects Rob Barrett to serve as chairman

Rob Barrett, president and CEO of Heritage State Bank in Nevada, was elected and installed as chairman of the Missouri Bankers Association at the organization’s 127th Annual Convention held June 7-9 at Chateau on the Lake Resort & Convention Center in Branson. As chairman, Barrett’s duties include overseeing and directing activities of the MBA Board

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Woman gets order of protection against Nevada attorney

by Johann Brann and Nick Wright, Nevada Daily Mail Events on Thursday afternoon, Friday morning and Friday afternoon made for an eventful 24-hour span for local attorney, Dustin W. Dunfield. The most dramatic events occurred in court testimony late Friday morning. Held in the associate circuit courtroom in the Vernon County Courthouse, the session was

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Council finalizes Picnic Entertainment

The El Dorado Springs City Council met on Monday, June 19. All council members were present: Mayor Brad True, Jim Luster, Nick Bland, Randy Bland and Jerry Baldwin. City Manager Bruce Rogers and City Clerk Lisa Allison were present as well as Cedar County Economic Developer Marge Vance. The council voted to approve the engagements

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City Council hears concerns over trash and debris

During the Public Forum at the June 5 City Council meeting, Glenda Baker stated she was still concerned about the construction debris on the roof of the house at the corner of Spring and Jackson. She said she had commented on it before at previous council meetings. “It looks bad,” she said. She mentioned that

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Now hear this

This Saturday, June 17, the Opera House Arts Council will have a fundraiser in the Park to raise money for a new sound system. The system will be available for community events like weddings, kindergarten graduation, Christmas Lighting, etc,  as well as the annual summer Municipal Band Performances. It has the capability to play music

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Breakfast Smorgasbord this weekend

Come out to the Fair Haven Park, Saturday, June 17, for an All You Can Eat Breakfast Smorgasbord. Breakfast starts at 7 a.m. and lasts until 10. The menu includes pancakes, biscuits, sausage gravy, scrambled eggs, sausage, coffee or tea.   Adults – $6 donation; children 4-10 $4 donation and under 4 free.   All

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School board makes decision on construction management

During the June 8 R-II School Board meeting, they made decisions on base salaries, the type of constructions management to use among other decisions. All board members were present – Chad Whitesell, Benny Brower, Mark Burley, Terry Shepherd, Josh Floyd, Greg Beydler and Darrell Eason. The first item of business was a 20-year retirement plaque

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