June 11 – Abandoned vehicle on corp ground. Handled by deputy. Residential burglary alarm on N Hwy in Stockton. Handled by deputy. Physical disturbance on 166 Rd in El Dorado Springs. Handled by deputy. Two car MVA at 32 and 97 Hwys near El Dorado Springs. Report taken by deputy. Ambulance calls – residence on
May 24 – Davy Bardwell Jr, 33, Osceola, arrested on St. Clair County warrant charging him several counts. Bardwell charged with class C felony tampering with motor vehicle-first degree, class D felony resisting arrest by fleeing, unclassified misdemeanor operating vehicle on highway without a valid license-second offense, infraction of failing to wear protective headgear when
On Father’s Day, Pape Christian Church celebrated the men in our lives. Pictured – front (from left) Darren Burchett, Wilson Burchett (reaching out to little brother, Jaxon Burchett, who was shy about getting in the picture), Zachary Laugeness, Judd Lawson, Cameron Lawson, Dennis Wallen and Jesse Newton; (back row) Wendell Burchett, Ronald Hoffman, Dale Wallen,
Mary Arlene (Marlene) Thomas Brandt, 87, Village of Loch Lloyd, MO, passed peacefully in her sleep June 17, 2016. Visitation will be 5-7p.m., Thursday, June 23, in Mount Moriah, Newman & Freeman Funeral Home. Interment – Missouri State Veterans Cemetery, Springfield, at a later date. The family requests donations to the DAV or Missouri State
Charles “Chuck” Tigner, 54, El Dorado Springs, passed away peacefully June 16, 2016. He was born Jan. 25, 1962, the son of Wallace Dean and Charlotte Marie (Rodgers) Tigner. Chuck loved fishing, cutting his grass, his animals and living out in the country. Survivors include his wife, Christy; mother, Charlotte Messick; mother-in-law, Patricia Atteberry; daughters
All flowers, figurines or other items on the ground, not mounted on stones, need to be removed from the El Dorado Springs City Cemetery by Tuesday, July 5.
For the month of June only we will host our community meal Sunday, June 26 at the El Dorado Springs RII Elementary Cafeteria. The meal will start at 6 p.m., and everyone in the community is invited. We will have our regular transportation available as well. For Transportation you may call the church at 876-3543.
Dixie and I want to thank the Iris Bells Garden Club for awarding us the Yard of the Month for June. It is a great honor and we greatly appreciate it and want to thank everyone who had a hand in it. We want to thank Kenny for the nice write-up he had with the
Karl Allison and his son, Davin, attended the Champion brands 60th anniversary celebration in Clinton on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, where he received recognition for being their longest running customer. Davin said, “My dad opened his business in 1957. If you have any room in the paper I thought it might be a nice piece.”
Gov. Jay Nixon signed House Bill 1568 on June 21 to expand access to naloxone hydrochloride, a non-addictive opioid antagonist that blocks the effects of an opioid overdose. Naloxone has been approved by the FDA and can be administered by injection or via nasal spray. When administered in time, a dose of naloxone can reverse