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Cedar County Ambulance Board meets

The Cedar County Ambulance Board met in the district headquarters building in Stockton on Monday, March 18, with all present: Rusty Norval – chairman, Nadinne Sinclair – vice chairman, Keith Kasco – secretary/treasurer, Diana Johnson and Evenly Boyle. The board is still down one member due to the resignation of John Wilson. The board voted

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Cedar County Memorial Hospital levy election results by precinct

VOTER TURNOUT GOOD – The 20.34% voter turnout for Cedar County for the April 2 election was one of the highest in the state, according to County Clerk Heather York. Of the 10 precincts (nine physical precincts plus absentees) the proposed levy increase of 45.86 cents only gained voter approval in the two El Dorado

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Rockville School reunion April 28

The annual Rockville School reunion will be at the Rockville City Hall on Main Street on Sunday, April 28. The doors open at 10 a.m. The catered lunch is $8. The reunion honors all students, high school and elementary and teachers. RSVP: 660/598-4234 or 660/492-2498.

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MDC and MoDOT’s Annual Trash Bash starts April 15

For more information, contact Stacy Armstrong, MoDOT No MOre Trash! coordinator at 573-751-8647 Missouri’s annual No MOre Trash! Bash will be held April 15 – May 15. The Trash Bash is sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation and Missouri Department of Transportation as part of an ongoing No MOre Trash! statewide anti-litter campaign. “Litter

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$100,000 prize no joke for El Dorado Springs resident

It was no April Fool’s joke for an El Dorado Springs woman who claimed a $100,000 Missouri Lottery prize on April 1. Norma Jean Bledsoe purchased a winning “$5,000,000 Bankroll” Scratchers ticket at Casey’s General Store, 100 E. Highway 54, in El Dorado Springs. “$5,000,000 Bankroll” is a $20 ticket that began on Jan. 29,

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Concrete evidence

KENNON READY MIX OPENS NEW PLANT – Kennon Ready Mix, Inc has opened a new facility off of Hwy. 54 west of El Dorado Springs. The El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting on Friday March 30.   Pictured are: (from left) Todd Leonard, Jim Hull, Rob Zartman, Dolynn Dilly, Lexy Zartman,

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Decrease in revenue for city likely

  During the El Dorado Springs city Council meeting on March 25, City Manager Bruce Rogers said several things would likely decrease the city’s revenue for the next year. He said that Bonnie Keith was no longer going to rent the old shirt factory building on E Thompson Street for $750 a month; Shoko would

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Annual meeting this Monday

  The annual meeting of the Preserve Our Past Society is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 8, at the Wayside Inn Museum.   Guest speaker will be the VFW talking about their 100th birthday.

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Board appoints Barger as new AD

In a special meeting on Tuesday, March 26, the El Dorado Springs R-II Board hired Jeremy Barger  as the Activities Director for the 2019 – 20 school year with no coaching duties. He will fill the vacancy left by the retirement of the current AD Mike Durnell. The board now needs to fill the vacancy

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Two arrested for burglary and stealing

On Thursday, March 28, the Cedar County Sheriff’s Office received a call that two people were possibly stealing items from a storage unit south of Stockton. The owner contacted the two individuals and they got in their vehicle and drove away. Deputy Tabitha Nance responded to the location to take the report. A short time

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