The Cedar County Ambulance District board will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 18, in the El Dorado Springs Ambulance Barn. In Unfinished Business the board is scheduled to take action on disposal of the surplus ambulance. In New Business the board has scheduled a closed session per RSMo 610.021 (12) Sealed Bids and related
SCHELL CITIZEN OF YEAR – Quentin Goodman being presented the award by Mayor David McCubbin.
GRAND MARSHAL – Elma “Winkie” Smith , was presented the award by her brother-in-law, Jim Goodman who is holding the mike – in the background is Mayor David McCubbin. See bio on Page 9.
State Rep. Warren Love issued the following statement regarding his recent Facebook post about the act of vandalism that took place at the Springfield National Cemetery: “I am deeply sorry for the extremely poor choice of words I used to convey my frustration with the act of vandalism that took place at the Springfield National
BULLDOGS CROWN HOMECOMING ROYALTY – On Friday evening in broad daylight (at 6:30 p.m.) the 2017 El Dorado Springs Homecoming Court king candidates and princes escorted the princesses and the queen candidates across the football field to the near side of the field in front of the packed football stadium. Then last year’s Homecoming King,
Last Wednesday, the Cedar County Ambulance Board held a meeting without giving the El Dorado Springs Sun or the Cedar County Republican at least 24 hours advance notice of the meeting. In fact, the CCAD gave the two newspapers no notice of the meeting and as of presstime on Tuesday, Sept. 5, had not provided
HEDRICK RETIRES FROM LIGHTOUSE CHILDRENS’ THEATRE CEO POSITION – Lynne Hedrick, founder and CEO of the Lighthouse Children’s Theatre in El Dorado Springs, has announced that she is retiring from the position after 10 years at the helm. The torch is being passed to Jared Kouba, former Lighthouse Technical Director. Kouba, a seasoned
September is National Preparedness Month. The catastrophic flooding in Texas underlines the need for families to prepare for disaster, says a University of Missouri Extension human development specialist. Hurricanes and tropical storms rarely threaten the Show-Me State, but Missouri does see its fair share of flooding and extreme weather, including drought, devastating straight-line winds and
BIG JOB – Work continues on refurbishing the out-door movie screen on 54 Hwy. for the event scheduled for Thursday, Sept.7. In addition to the fresh coat of paint on the screen, the grass will be mowed and de-chiggered. The venue, that hasn’t had a movie projected on it in about 30 years, is
Please mark you calendar for Sept. 8 and 9 to attend the Schell City Fall Festival. The Schell City Community Betterment committee is putting the finishing touches on the plans for that weekend. Bidding at the silent auction kicks off at 8 a.m. Friday morning and concludes at 8 p.m. The official start to the