It’s fall y’all

DRESSED FOR THE OCCASION – Most trees are still green, but this one hauled out its autumn outfit to go with the cooler weather.

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CCMH board adopts social media policy for employees

At the Wed., September 21, meeting of the Cedar County Memorial Hospital Board of Directors adopted a social media policy for all employees. The purpose of the policy is two-fold: 1) to protect CCMH from being denigrated or harmed by comments made by employees or former employees on social media platforms: 2) to ensure that

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City Council grants several requests

The El Dorado Springs City Council met on Monday, Sept.19. Council members Glenda Baker Gabby Kinnett, Nathan Murrell and Mayor Cory Gayman were present along with City Manager Bruce Rogers and City Clerk Kandi Baldwin. Councilman Jim Luster was absent. The council received a letter form Camp Galilee requesting that the City abandon the furthest

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ElDo Community Foundation offers $12,000 in grant funds for community projects

Applications are now being accepted for the 2022 Annual El Dorado Springs Community Foundation Grants.  Only online applications can be accepted.  To apply please go to the following website and search for El Dorado Springs Community Foundation: https://www.grantinterface.com/Process/Apply?urlkey=cfozarksgrants. Applicants must be a 501-c3 not for profit organization.  Applications are being accepted from Oct. 1 through

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CCMH announces raffle prizes for upcoming event

Hey everyone – here is a listing of the RAFFLE PRIZES that have been donated so far that will be offered at our Sunday, Oct. 2, CCMH Community of Caring event — Hope you are planning to join us!! Two Kansas City Chiefs tickets to the Sunday evening Nov. 6, 7:20 p.m. match-up against the

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The Rock Wall

A magazine has been lying on Ma’s (Kimball’s grandmother’s) coffee table for weeks telling the world, “King Tut’s family secrets.” I was up about 2 a,m. Monday and decided a little heavy reading would put me back to sleep. You know who King Tut was – the Egyptian boy King who died at 19 a

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BBB: consider the following when looking for a heating contractor

When the temperature drops this fall, the last thing anyone wants is for the furnace to stop working. But when it does, you need a reliable contractor – and fast. Good heating contractors are in high demand during the colder months, so you shouldn’t be surprised if you can’t get it fixed immediately. Rather than

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See fall colors on a tram tour of the Katy Trail Oct. 19-20

Experience the dramatic scenery and fall colors along the Missouri River bluffs during the Fall Colors Tram Tours on Wednesday, Oct. 19 and Thursday, Oct. 20.  The two-hour, round-trip tours will take visitors on the Katy Trail between Rocheport and McBaine in the comfort of an open-air tram coach. This 9-mile section of the trail

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Fire report for week of Sept. 15

On Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 10:12 a.m. the fire department was dispatched to a clinic on Hospital for a activation of a smoke alarm. The department was cancelled enroute. One truck and three firefighters responded. Later that day at 12:32 p.m. the department was dispatched to the airport to set up a landing zone but

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CCMH INTRODUCES NEW EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

CCMH is very happy to welcome Heather Johnson, who has accepted the position of Executive Assistant to CEO Terry Nichols. She, along with husband Brian, and children, Jacob, Cassie and Megan recently relocated to Cedar County as Brian accepted the position of History teacher and Head Boys Varsity Basketball Coach at the El Dorado Springs

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