More local talent added to Thursday night venue at Opera House

The Opera House Arts Council is proud to present a local talent night at its finest. The show will start at 7 p.m. this Thursday, Jan. 26. The line-up this week includes  Kamber Cain, Kim Kutina, Tiffany McGuirk, Ginelle Esry, Emily Shinn, Brian Collins, Kassy Wynes, Terry Simmons, and Paula Newman. Admission is $7 per

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Turn your business dream into a reality

Do you have a business dream? Have an idea but don’t know where opportunity exists?       The El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Committee has identified four buildings available for immediate occupancy in historic downtown El Dorado Springs!  These buildings range from 1,500 square feet to over 4,400 square feet. We

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Love note from Jeff City

My Fellow Missourians: All federal and state government offices observed Martin Luther King Day on Monday, Jan. 16.  It was nice to have Monday as a holiday because it gave me the opportunity to do some work at the ranch and tend to the animals after several days of icing, rain and cold temperatures.  I

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MU VITA sites open, provide free tax preparation help

To assist Missourians with their tax return preparation, tax experts in the personal financial planning department in the College of Human Environmental Sciences at the University of Missouri, the MU School of Law and MU Extension will open Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites from Jan. 24-April 17. Sites will be open around the state,

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Deadline to apply for Conservation Stewardship Program is Feb. 3

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is reminding farmers and ranchers that they have until Friday, February 3, to enroll for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) at their local USDA Service Center. CSP helps established conservation stewards deliver multiple conservation benefits on working lands, including improved water and soil quality and

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NRCS accepting applications for Conservation Innovation Grants

The USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is accepting applications for grants to fund projects that could stimulate the development and adoption of innovative conservation approaches and technologies. State Conservationist J.R. Flores said Missouri anticipates having $100,000 in state-component funds available for Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG). He said individual grants up to $50,000 can be

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Freed from Depression

Written by a Grateful Survivor Number seven of nine children, I was born here in El Dorado Springs. In a two room shack, my parents told me. I always thought it probably had crescent moon cutouts. I was raised in a world void of love. Throughout adulthood, I had no purpose for living and have

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EL DORADO SPRINGS POLICE REPORT

In the case of all arrests, it must be remembered that the charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.    NOTE: Anyone having information concerning any alleged crimes are encouraged to contact the police department at 876-TIPS (8477) Jan 16 – Officer responded to the 204

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ST CLAIR COUNTY SHERIFF’S REPORT

Jan 10 – Zachary Dewey, 28, Branson, arrested by St. Clair County deputy on Appleton City municipal warrants charging him with ordinance violations for driving while revoked and displaying plates of another, ordinance violation. Total bond set at $ 1,000 cash or surety. Jan  12 – Shelby Webster, 43, Buffalo, arrested on St. Clair County

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VERNON COUNTY SHERIFF

Jan 10 – Driving while intoxicated at E Logan Rd. Nevada Jan 11 – Domestic assault at 4700 block E Hwy 43, Deerfield Theft at 18900 block S BB Hwy, Nevada Jan 14 – Theft at 21100 block BB Hwy, Nevada Jan 17 Stealing at 10800 block E KK Hwy. Moundville Identity theft at 19100

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