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TOSHUA BARNES-MCCORMICK PRESENTED WITH A CITATION OF RECOGNITION – On June 22, members of Twilight Gardeners Garden Club, Southwest District of Federated Garden Clubs of Missouri, presented a Citation of Recognition for successful execution of landscaping to improve the land to Barnes-McCormick Insurance Agency, Inc. Two and a half years ago Toshua McCormick and her

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Have a safe and enjoyable 4th of July

Just a reminder to everyone, that the only time fireworks can be discharged, within the City Limits, is on the 4th of July, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. The possession of fireworks and use of fireworks on City Properties and in the City Parks are prohibited. Impeding traffic with fireworks use

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Local Celebrations

Saturday, June 2 @ Dusk Stockton City fireworks display – Football Field Saturday, June 2 @ Dark Deerfield – park at Emery’s Truck Plaza Sunday, June 3 @ 4 p.m. -Rock the Lake at Orleans Trail – Stockton – free entertainment Food and drink – cash only

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Support ElDo Cross Country team

This coming Friday, July 1, the El Dorado Springs Cross Country team have a pulled pork sandwich fundraiser at the new Woods parking lot in El Dorado Springs, starting at 11 a.m. Cost is $8, which includes a sandwich, chips, cookie and drink.

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City Pool schedules swim lessons

Pool hours are 1 to 5 p.m. daily. Daily pool fee is $3. Remember, rafts, innertubes and beachballs are not permitted at the pool. The first session of swimming lessons will be July 5-15 and the second session from July 18-29. Lesson prices are $20 for 1st child and $10 per each additional sibling. Toddler

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Crume pleads guilty

Ty Gaither, the Cedar County Prosecuting Attorney announce that on June 16, 2022, Justin Crume pled guilty to two felony counts of Assault. The charges involved an incident that occurred at the Stockton Football Field wherein a student and coach were assaulted by the defendant. Sentencing for Justin Crume was June 23, 2022 in front

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Picture this

Tom Altenburg retired from Hallmark, presented the Wayside Inn Museum Board with an award winning painting

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The Rock Wall

Our condolences to the family of Jesse Watts. Nice man. Nice family. Adrian and her two boys left for home Friday morning to spend the night in Little Rock then finish the trip to St. Francisville (30 miles north of New Orleans) Saturday. Cain had to work and didn’t accompany them. He’s allergic to cats

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Congratulations EHS track team

Editor: I would like to congratulate the EHS track team for their outstanding results at the state track meet. In particular, I’d like to recognize the Boys 4 x 800 relay team for setting a new school record, held since 1978. I was part of that 1978 relay team, along with Don Lewis, John Koger

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BBB: Know your rights with debt collectors

With federal regulations changing and debt collectors’ tactics evolving, it’s important to learn what collection agencies legally can and cannot do and to stay vigilant against debt collection scams. By law, debt collectors can contact consumers by phone, letter, email or text message, as long as they identify themselves as debt collectors. They can contact

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