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The Band Plays On

Band Concert to Honor Lillian Sunderwirth The Municipal Band is honored to play a special concert dedicated to the memory of Lillian Sunderwirth on Saturday, June 8 at 8 p.m. We will take a walk down memory lane as we play songs that were favorites of Miss Lillian’s throughout this hour-long concert. Please come help

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Stockton License Bureau doing well

If you didn’t know, the License Bureau in Stockton has been open since January of this year in a new location. The new office is located at 304 RB Road, Suite 2 (next to the Shack). The bureau is owned by Lisa Gardner, who, along with her husband, also owns the Shack. Taihlor Baldwin Mears

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CHARGED

CHARGED – Alicia Greathouse has been charged with assault 1st degree or attempt – serious physical injury or special victim and is being held in the Cedar County Jail on a $200,000 cash surety bond.

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What happened to Kevin Costello?

Sunday night about 10:30, Keven Costello, manager of the nursing home in Stockton, was on his way home north of Stockton and was talking on his cell phone with a male friend, according to Cedar County Sheriff James McCrary. Costello told his friend that a car was following him closely, then Costello said the car

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A hundred years of memories

MEMORIAL DAY TRADITION CONTINUES – The El Dorado Springs Veterans of Foreign Wars, Spicer – Grimsley Post 257, honored the brave men and women of the United States military at their annual service in the City Cemetery on Monday, May 27. The weather had a dampening effect on the crowd, but the feeling was the

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Tragic school fire averted

Last Monday night was rare – everything that could have gone right, did. During a violent electrical storm and torrential downpour in El Dorado Springs, a tremendous bolt of lightning struck the school about 11 p.m. First good break – Tammy Berning and Dennis Berning, custodians at the El Dorado Springs R-II School, decided to

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Missouri’s oldest Municipal Band Plays-On this Saturday

The El Dorado Springs Municipal Band is the oldest continuously performing municipal band in the state of Missouri (and one of the oldest west of the Mississippi River). The 2019 season will be the band’s 133rd year. This Saturday (June 1) will be the first concert of 2019. The Municipal Band schedule is each Friday

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State champions

ESC GIRLS ARE MCSAA DIVISION II GIRLS STATE TRACK CHAMPIONS – El Dorado Christian varsity track team traveled to Carl Junction, Missouri to compete at the 2019 MCSAA State Track Finals on Friday and Saturday, May 3rd and 4th. Competition started Friday evening with two inches of rain and athletes huddled under canopies. After an

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Hospital receives clean audit

The Cedar County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees at their May 20 meeting received the FY2019 Audit Report from Josh Wilks CPA with Clifton Larson Allen at their May 20 meeting. Wilks told the board that the audit was clean and unmodified. He said that the hospital has $15.8 million in total assets. He said

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School to auction gym seats

Own a piece of El Do High School History. El Dorado Springs R-2 Schools is replacing the theater style seating in the HS  (upper) gym this summer. The old seating is being removed soon and the district is offering the old seats for sale to the public. The seats will be available for inspection and

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