Class of 1955 to meet for 80th birthday celebration

The El Dorado Springs High School class of 1955 will meet at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 21, for brunch at the Cedar House Grill on W. Hwy 54.  Order from the menu. Please contact Don Hertzberg at 876-5896 or Ron Hubbard at 816/ 215-1195 by July 1, so we will know how many plan

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90’s club

Updated Tuesday, June 16, 2017, 9:00 a.m. (To put someone on the list, please give us his or her name, hometown, birth date and phone number.) Audrey Rhoad, El Dorado Springs, Sept. 5, 1914 Ruth Roberts, El Dorado Springs, Sept. 11, 1915 Kathern Grubb, El Dorado Springs, Dec. 27, 1915 Josephine Steward Johnson, El Dorado

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The Rock Wall

I have no doubt that summer heat is here. I got to enjoy it last Friday and Saturday working in the boathouse on a birthday present for Kimball. Monday evening after work the heat was even higher. I almost cooked. I was coveting every little breeze. I had to pace myself to keep from having

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City Council hears concerns over trash and debris

During the Public Forum at the June 5 City Council meeting, Glenda Baker stated she was still concerned about the construction debris on the roof of the house at the corner of Spring and Jackson. She said she had commented on it before at previous council meetings. “It looks bad,” she said. She mentioned that

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Now hear this

This Saturday, June 17, the Opera House Arts Council will have a fundraiser in the Park to raise money for a new sound system. The system will be available for community events like weddings, kindergarten graduation, Christmas Lighting, etc,  as well as the annual summer Municipal Band Performances. It has the capability to play music

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Breakfast Smorgasbord this weekend

Come out to the Fair Haven Park, Saturday, June 17, for an All You Can Eat Breakfast Smorgasbord. Breakfast starts at 7 a.m. and lasts until 10. The menu includes pancakes, biscuits, sausage gravy, scrambled eggs, sausage, coffee or tea.   Adults – $6 donation; children 4-10 $4 donation and under 4 free.   All

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School board makes decision on construction management

During the June 8 R-II School Board meeting, they made decisions on base salaries, the type of constructions management to use among other decisions. All board members were present – Chad Whitesell, Benny Brower, Mark Burley, Terry Shepherd, Josh Floyd, Greg Beydler and Darrell Eason. The first item of business was a 20-year retirement plaque

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It’s later than you think

Editor: With the many terror attacks that has occurred in the past few weeks, it boggles the mind to see the elected Donald Trump’s efforts to properly vet the Muslim people who wish to come into the United States of America. It is true that all Muslims are not terrorists but it is equally true

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Missouri cattleman can now export beef to China

Following demands from U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill and a bipartisan group of colleagues, President Trump has finalized an agreement with China to lift its beef import ban and allow Missouri ranchers to export their beef to China. “This is outstanding news for Missouri ranchers who can support more jobs and increase their profits by tapping

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Walker woman claims Missouri Lottery prize

Dianna Hall of Walker won $150,000 when she matched all five numbers drawn in the May 22 Show Me Cash game. The winning numbers were 5, 11, 21, 29 and 39. Hall purchased her winning ticket at the Hot Spot, 1112 E. Austin Blvd., in Nevada. Show Me Cash is a $1 daily Draw Game

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