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Get better job with High School degree

Sept. 24-30 is National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week. In Missouri, there are 28 adult education programs with more than 250 class sites. The Nevada Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) program has classroom sites in Nevada, El Dorado Springs, and Stockton. Missouri AEL programs serve adults 17 years of age and older, who are

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Bulky trash pickup Oct. 9 – 13

The date for the El Dorado Springs residential bulky trash will be the week of Oct. 9-13. Place the bulky items out the night before or by 4 a.m. the same day as your regular trash pickup. Yard waste (including brush and tree limbs), hazardous waste, tires, paint and appliances will not be picked up

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Sharing with those in need

ECS REACHES OUT 1,000 MILES – If you look closely, hidden between the smiles and happy hearts, there are 77 Hygiene Relief Kits for Hurricane victims in the states of Texas and Florida. The students at El Dorado Christian set a goal of 40 kits but, the ECS families rallied together and donated enough items

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Christmas (Parade) coming earlier this year

After months of deliberation, the El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted to have the annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, Nov. 18. Chamber Executive Director Jackson Tough said the decision to move the date from the first Saturday in December to the third Saturday in November was designed to make it a

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Marketing director

NEW AT CCMH – El Dorado Springs native Jeanne Hoagland has been selected to fill the new Marketing Coordinator position at Cedar County Memorial Hospital in El Dorado Springs. Jeanne will work part-time at the hospital. Her main focus will be educating the community on the services provided by Cedar County Memorial Hospital and in

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City Council hears plea for more police

During the Public forum at the Monday, Sept. 18, meeting, the El Dorado Springs City Council heard Ed Adams ask the city to pay police officers more money and hire additional officers stating the town “has a lot of drugs.”  He said he felt that the officers should be paid more than Nevada pays, which

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Boots, bulls, broncs and…crowns

RODEO ROYALTY – During the Land of Lakes Youth Fair Rodeo on Friday, Sept. 15, three young ladies were recognized for their participation  and hard work with the rodeo and crowned as the royalty for the two day event. From left, Queen McKensi Marshall, Princess Hope Heryford and Junior Princess Kashly Berning. They were crowned

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International traveler

FARM BUREAU SPEAKER – Kalena Bruce added another Farm Bureau job to her list Friday night before she addressed the group of 98 at the annual Cedar County Farm Bureau meeting in the First Baptist Church auditorium in El Dorado Springs. Earlier that night in the meeting, Kalena was elected president of the Cedar County

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Game changers

BIG SCREEN FOR A BIG IDEA – “It only took a 30 second phone call to Harold Fugate to get the ball rolling,” said Davis Long, one of the local young men along with Justin Culbertson and Tate Thoreson who helped bring the first NFL game of the season between the Kansas City Chiefs and

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JUST LIKE OLD TIMES

JUST LIKE OLD TIMES – The 7:30 kick-off time was a little early for the drive in screen which faces west, but by 8:15, the picture was clear and fans were shouting, clapping and honking their horns. Many people brought their children to give them experience of a drive-in movie, something those under 25 had

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