Timothy Wayne Wilson, 50, of Alta Vista, KS, passed away July 4, 2016. He was born May 24, 1966, in Springfield. Survivors include his wife, Regina (Rector) Wilson, of the home; one daughter, Danielle Wilson, Alma, KS; two grandchildren; his mother, Anna Wilson, Cassville; two brothers, David Wilson and wife, Norma – Reeds Springs, and
Lee Anne Stukesbary, 49, Nevada, passed away on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, in Nevada. Lee Anne was born Dec. 20, 1966 in El Dorado Springs to Wilbur Lee and Marilyn Kay (Scott) Charbonneau. Lee Ann attended school in Nevada graduating from Nevada High School. She worked as a night auditor for hotel/motel finances for a
When the board was preparing to make final adjustments to the budget at it’s June 23 meeting, Supt. Mark Koca told the board, “We usually make a motion to transfer the maximum amount from Fund 1 to Fund 4 for capital projects. The reason we don’t go ahead and specify an amount is we wait
A $5,000 discretionary grant from Children’s Trust fund has been award to the El Dorado Springs Parents As Teacher program to develop new programs in the coming year which will focus on child abuse and neglect prevention. The one-year, non-renewable grant will be used to provide programs for parents, and to develop a PAT lending
The Cedar County Sheriff office has received two used patrol cars that were gifted free from Greene County and Jackson County. Green County Sheriff Jim Arnott said, “We are often responsible for helping citizens in a variety of ways from contacting a victim of a crime to providing medical care at a motor vehicle accident
The El Dorado Springs Parents As Teachers program received a grant this week through MissouriCare through Missouri Health Net for $500 which will be used to expand existing program services. Funds were presented by Edward Williams, Missouri Care manager for Marketing and Community Relations, and Nyala Bullock, MissouriCare Community Relations Specialist. Receiving the grant were
Two Schell City residents were injured in a one vehicle wreck at 3:55 p.m. Friday, July 1, on Hwy. Y a mile northeast of Harwood, according to a report by Trooper J. D. Leemasters. The report said the 2007 Ford 150 driven east by Duane E. Sellers. 49, who was wearing his seatbelt, went off
Missouri University of Science and Technology announces the names of students who made the honor list for the Spring 2016 semester. From El Dorado Springs: Dennis Carl Floyd II, engineering, Jr.
Take and Make packets will be available in the library on July 11. Take and Make is a project sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
The new director of the Missouri Department of Conservation is Tom Draper. Truthfully, he has been the boss there for quite some time. To explain that, I had an interview with the latest director Robert Zeihmer, just a couple of years ago in his office in Jefferson City and Draper sat beside him as if