What goes where?

MAKING REARRANGEMENTS – Hospital CEO Terry Nichols took hospital board attendees on a tour of the CCMH facility during the Hospital Board meeting on Wed., Jan. 18.

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Board meeting includes remodeling ideas

During the Cedar County Memorial Hospital Board meeting on Wed. Jan. 18, Hospital CEO Terry Nichols took board members and other attendees on a walk through the hospital to explain his idea about how certain things could be changed for efficiency. The Hospital Board of Trustees usually meets in the classroom. On this particular meeting

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The Rock Wall

Last week I forgot to mention that all the information about “The Beach” was taken from articles written by Virginia Ryan Strain, as in “Virginia Ryan Strain Swimming Pool.” Mrs. Strain wrote most of what went into the Centennial edition of the El Dorado Springs Sun which was published the week of the Picnic in

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KEEPING THE KIDDOS WARM

CCMH Marketing Specialist, Jeanne Hoagland stopped by the El Do R-2 School last week to drop off donations from our recent Coat Drive for Cedar County schools — and caught a quick pic with School Nurses – Johnna Boch, RN and Mary Eason, LPN – who keep up with who might need an extra “warm

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Heavy, wet snow to create a Wintery Wednesday

A winter storm is expected to bring snow to much of Missouri beginning Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, affecting Wednesday morning’s commute. Snowfall amounts up to 4 inches have been forecasted for the north and central part of the state with 5 to 9 inches possible south of Interstate 44. The Missouri Department of

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We the People, Consent of the Governed

Our founding fathers spent a considerable amount of time debating, contemplating, and discerning the dangers to a free society. The whole premise of the Constitution was to give power of government to the people so they could live a life they chose to live. The idea that a person was in control of their own

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NEVC Board accepts resignation of principal/counselor

By Johannes Brann At its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, Jan. 19, the Northeast Vernon County R-1 School Board accepted the resignation of Mrs. Megan McInroy, who has been serving as Principal/Counselor at its high school since July 1, 2022. In addressing the board during its closed session, Ms. McInroy indicated she would not be

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