CCMH gets new logo

Cedar County Memorial Hospital’s CEO Terry Nichols introduced the hospital’s new logo at a meeting Thursday, July 28, at city hall. The CCMH Board of Trustees and the hospital’s staff filled the Community Center’s two meeting rooms and listened as Nichols shared his vision for the hospital and how each of them fit into that

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Picnic went “very well”

During the public forum of the Aug.1, 2022, City Council meeting, Judi Baldwin said that the Picnic was successful and the committee was now looking for a new carnival company. She said there are not many carnivals available in July. She also said that any carnival that come to El Dorado Springs has to have

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Sac Osage approved for $663,000 in ARPA funding

St. Clair County Commissioners approved Sac Osage Electric Cooperatives application for the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to support their fiber to the home broadband Internet initiative. Robert Salmon – Presiding Commissioner, Leroy Strope – North District Commissioner, and Randy Smith South District Commissioner presented a check for $663,000 to the board of directors

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A different kind of trim

CHAMBER HONORS MARTIN SIMPSON WITH RIBBON CUTTING – Friends and relatives gathered at the Bearded Barber’s new location to watch owner Martin Simpson snip the ribbon. Present for the occasion were Chamber of Commerce Vice President Jordan Payne, Trish Spiker, Sheena Simpson, Ronnie Newman, Evie Simpson, Jed Simpson, Addie Bishop, El Dorado Springs Chamber of

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The Rock Wall

Sounds like Kimball and Davis’ TV station may have had an effect on the election Tuesday. She said the mayor of Stockton told her he thought he knew who he was going to vote for in one of the races and her interview changed his mind. She told him it wasn’t the first time she

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BBB: Be on the lookout for storm damage and flooding contractors

When summer storms and heavy rains inflict damage on vehicles, homes, businesses, and other property, Better Business Bureau® (BBB®) warns consumers to be on the lookout for unscrupulous storm-chasing contractors seeking to cash in on the destruction. Fly-by-night contractors often go door-to-door after storms, offering to help victims clear debris or patch up homes. After

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ON MY OWN CELEBRATES ADA WEEK

Nevada Mayor George Knox presented On My Own CEO Jennifer Gundy with a proclamation reminding the public of the importance of Americans with Disabilities and the American with Disabilities Act signed July 26, 1990 during the OMO celebration on Tuesday, July 26. Vendors included Carrie Chapman – Senior Benefits Services, Lauren Bauer – Children and

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Creatures of Myth and Legend scheduled for Aug. 6

Have you ever wondered whooo inspired a ghost story? Or thought about what animal Nigeria’s Igbo people revere? Join the team members at First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site and naturalists from World Bird Sanctuary for a program about the ways animals inspire myths and legends throughout the world. This free, family-friendly event will

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Fire report for week of July 24

On Sunday, July 24, at 12:31 p.m. the fire department was dispatched to a natural cover fore on U Hwy. Four trucks and 14 firefighters responded. On Tuesday, July 26, and 4:49 p.m. the fire department was dispatched to a grass fire on HH Hwy. in Vernon County. Three trucks and 11 firefighters were cancelled

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