Queen Candidate

LEONARD TO PARTICIPATE IN BLACK WALNUT PAGEANT – Kraysen Leonard, 17-year-old daughter of Todd and Michele Leonard, is El Dorado Springs’ candidate for the 2020 Black Walnut Queen. Kraysen will graduate from High School in May 2021 in the top 10% of her class with an honor diploma. She plans to attend the University of

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Student tests positive

A student at El Dorado Springs R-2 High School has tested positive for COVID-19. This student last attended class on Wednesday, September 16. All individuals who were in close contact with the affected student have been notified and placed on quarantine. Thank you for your continued efforts to help us minimize the spread of COVID-19.

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Coming this Weekend…

Black Walnut Festival – The 60th Black Walnut Festival starts at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 24, with the Black Walnut judging contest and offers three full days of games, music and Fund Time Carnival rides. On Saturday, Sept. 26, the parade starts at 2 p.m. and the Queen Contest begins at 7 p.m. Walker

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Get drive through flu shots

The Cedar County Health Department, a service of Cedar County Memorial Hospital, will offer drive-thru flu vaccinations to serve our community. The first date for drive-thru flu vaccine will be Monday, Oct. 19, from 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. in El Dorado Springs at the Cedar County Memorial Hospital Medical Mall Clinic parking area –

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DAR ISSUES CONSTITUTION WEEK PROCLAMATION

DAR Regent Heather Brown, Vice Regent Dorothy Palmer and Constitution Week Chairman Marty Patton, members of the Elizabeth Carey chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution were present for the reading and presentation by Nevada Mayor George Knox. In 1955, the National Society of Daughters of American Revolution petitioned Congress with a resolution; and

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Police chief writes probable cause statement

Police Chief Jarod Schiereck wrote the following probable cause statement based on his investigation of an alleged assault of a three-year-old girl for “getting into” a woman’s Dr. Pepper. PROBABLE CAUSE STATEMENT I, Jarrod Schiereck, knowing that false statements on this form are punishable by law, state that the facts contained herein are true. Abuse

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The Rock Wall

This week our tech guy made a special trip to fix my Microsoft Word that has been malfunctioning about half the time. In order to get my computer to take the new MS 16.41, he had to install a new operating system, OS 13.6. I was on the phone with Microsoft on Friday trying to

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Get facts at snopes.com

Editor: I have been a subscriber of the “Sun” for many years. I always read it in its entirety and I believe we are all entitled to express our opinions. I would like to make a small suggestion to all the online folks. If you ever wonder, or care, if something stated as fact is

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Governor Parson Signs HB 66 and HB 46 into law

Monday Governor Mike Parson signed HB 66 and HB 46 into law, which were passed by the General Assembly during the recent special session on violent crime. “We have a serious problem with violent crime here in Missouri, and we have seen it escalate even more in recent months,” Governor Parson said. “HB 66 and

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BBB: scammers still making robocalls during COVID-19 pandemic

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has affected many areas of society this year, but it hasn’t put an end to scammers trying to contact you through the telephone. If you answer your phone and hear a recorded message instead of a live voice on the other end, it’s a robocall. While schools, trash collection services, politicians

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