Frog Jump and Turtle Races

Frogs and turtles need to be returned to their home habitat following the contests. Do not leave them in the Park or other unfamiliar places. They need to be taken back where you caught them up so they can find food. Frogs also breathe through their skin so they need to be kept wet. Thank

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Street Dance Wednesday night

The Picnic Committee is very happy to announce that the County Liners will be the band playing for the Street Dance July 20 after Picnic set up. The Street Dance will begin at approximately 8 p.m. directly across from the Community Center on Spring St.

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Picnic set up Wednesday, July 20

Picnic set up will begin at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 20. Trailers should plan on arriving 30 minutes to an hour early. Check in with Picnic Committee members immediately upon arriving. Trailers will begin setting up on Main Street first. Set up will be planned and directed based on trailer hitch orientation. After trailers have

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Sam’s Scavenger Scrimmage rules

The 4th year using the digital version of Sam’s Scavenger Scrimmage will be Saturday, July 23, beginning at 12 noon at the Sunderwirth Bandstand. 1. Each team must provide their own digital camera or cell phone to record pictures of the clues that they are provided. 2. Each team will consist of three to five

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Lip Sync contest July 23

The 2016 Lip Sync contest will begin at 5 p.m. Saturday, July 23, in the Park. Each Lip Sync performance will be limited to one song and the contestant must provide his or her own CD. Contestants are judged in the following categories: costumes, props, lip movement, overall performance and audience appeal. There will be

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Gov. Nixon signs bills

Other bills signed will protect those who rescue children left in vehicles, equalize child custody, and help adoptees obtain birth certificates; Governor vetoes bill to take away protections for consumers with motor vehicle extended service contracts Gov. Jay Nixon today signed Senate Bill 921, which strengthens the rights of crime victims and directs public colleges

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Marriages

Marriage Applications: Recorder of Deeds Office Cedar County Carole Wilkerson Recorder Johnathon David Janssen, 30, Overland Park, KS, and Bethany Diane Simpson, 26, Mission, KS St. Clair County Lauren Andrew Lysinger and Holley Necole Nichols Bill  A  Cravens   and  Lois  Laverne Fuller Jason Patrick Kennedy and Amy R Crider Donald Gene Witt and Season

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CEDAR COUNTY COURT

The following felonies have been filed in Cedar County: Harry James Ladd, El Dorado Springs, dist/del/manf/produce or attempt to or possess w/intent to dist/del/manf/produce a controlled substance  4/11 Logan Michael Queen Hyman, Humansville, burglary 2nd deg 2, property damage, 1st deg. theft/stealing   6/14 The following felonies have been disposed in Cedar County: Gary D

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EL DORADO SPRINGS MUNICIPAL COURT

June 14 Gil Baker, dog running at large, $50.50 David Childs, poss drug paraphernalia, $175.50 Melissa Klein, poss drug paraphernalia, poss marijuana, $351 Kaghan Mays, trespass 2nd degree, property damage, $201 Justin Raines, obnoxious dog, dog at large, $101 Cody Werkmeister, fail to stop stop sign, expired license plates, $101 Jonathan Winkleman, C&R driving w/accident,

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CEDAR COUNTY SHERIFF’S REPORT

June 27 – Car in the ditch east of Stockton on 32 Hwy. Handled by deputy. Theft on 54 Hwy in El Dorado Springs. Report taken by deputy. Theft on 1501 Rd in Stockton. Report taken by deputy. Property damage in the Crabtree Cove area. Report taken by deputy. Ambulance calls – residence on Orchard

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