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Volunteers needed at ElDo Senior Center and Stockton Korth Center

The following are opportunities that an individual may volunteer themselves: Dining Room – assists the kitchen staff by setting up and maintaining the beverage station. Daily Contribution/Receptionist  –  counts the daily contributions, makes daily bank deposits, and oversees front desk. Home Delivered Meal –  assists with home delivered meals to at-risk seniors in their own

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ElDo straight ahead

NEW SIGN, NEW SAYING – Harold Fugate put up this new sign on Hwy. 54 west of town where the old Carl’s Gun Shop sign used to be. The sign welcomes east bound visitors to El Dorado Springs and gives a little information about the place we call home: Old Traditions – New Opportunities.

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Fall Leaf Pick Up dates set

The dates for the El Dorado Springs City resident leaf pick up will be the weeks of Nov. 5-9, Nov. 26-30 and Dec. 17-21. Place your bags of leaves out the night before or by 4 a.m. the same day as your regular trash pickup. Residents are allowed up to eight bags, boxes or trash

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Statewide winter weather drill set for Nov. 7

The Missouri Department of Transportation will test its readiness to plow snow for the upcoming winter season with a statewide drill on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Motorists may notice increased numbers of MoDOT vehicles on state routes during the drill. In rural areas, crews will deploy after 8 a.m. In urban areas, the drill will not

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Cedar County Memorial Hospital to deploy new electronic health record system

Cedar County Memorial Hospital is gearing up for our “go live” date of Thursday, Nov. 1, for our new state-of-the-art MEDITECH Expanse electronic health record (EHR) system to be implemented in our hospital and rural health clinic. As healthcare faces continuous change, we are striving to further identify patient needs and offer the latest in

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El Dorado listed in Best Schools in America

The El Dorado Springs R-II School Board met Thursday, Oct. 11 in the High School Library with all present: Chad Whitesell, Bennie Brower, Mark Burley, Terri Shepard, Josh Floyd and Greg Beydler, along with Superintendent Mark Koca and School Board Secretary Tonia Molz. Supt. Koca announced that once again El Dorado Springs is listed among

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Be safe for Halloween

By Jarrod D. Schiereck Chief of Police I would like to take a moment and remind everyone that Halloween is next week, Wednesday, Oct. 31. There will be activities going on throughout our community and children will be partaking in the “Trick or Treat” going door to door. This means there will be more vehicles

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Salvation Army needs Bell Ringers in El Dorado Springs

The familiar sight of a Salvation Army Bell ringer is part of the holiday season here in El Dorado Springs. The bell ringers are volunteers from our local community who will spend part of their holiday season welcoming donations that help fund local projects. Though it seems simple enough – stand near a large kettle

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