L&R Scholarships available

The Professional Business Women will give two $100 L&R Scholarships to two young women returning to school after being in the work world.  To receive a scholarship application leave your name and address on the answer machine and an application will be mailed to you.

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Kameron Williams severely injured

Kameron Williams, 19, Butler, was severely injured in a one-car accident at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, On Hwy. D north of Butler, according to the report by Troooper H. R. Stevens. He is the son of Danny Williams, Neosho, and Heather Hartegan, Butler. He suffered damaging injuries to his neck and spine where a

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The Rock Wall

The police scanner went crazy Monday after midnight. We couldn’t sleep. Finally, I called the dispatcher who told me it was a structure fire on South Grand near the school. I turned off the scanner so we could sleep. Then about 3 a.m. I texted Davis who had left our house a little earlier after

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Little Store gone

VACANT BUILDINGS UP IN SMOKE – An early morning fire call at 1:48 a.m. Monday,  Feb. 6, sent the El Dorado Springs Volunteer Fire Department to the former Little Store eating establishment and Begley’s Garage, located  at the intersection of Pine and Grand Streets in El Dorado Springs. They were fully involved when firemen arrived

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Taking aim Council moves toward apaproval of indoor shooting range

During the Monday, Feb. 6, council meeting, City Manager Bruce Rogers told the council that Nathan Murrell, owner of Bear Arms, has applied for a zoning change to allow an indoor target range on a conditional use basis. Rogers said that the shooting range is set up in a structure similar to a shipping container

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Bear Arms owner, Nathan Murrell, plans unique shooting facility

El Dorado Springs may get an indoor shooting range if the City Council grants a request for ordinance changes by Nathan Murrell DBA Bear Arms. The ordinance changes include allowing guns to be fired inside the city limits. Tuesday, the Sun spoke with Murrell about his plans. He said, “Basically, it’s a modified shipping container

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Hometown care for your family

Story Time well be at 10 a.m. Feb. 10, in the meeting room of the library. Come and join us for stories and making valentines. If the public school is cancelled due to bad weather, we will cancel story time. The library will have take and make packets available for children 3-12. Come by and

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Providing information

SPECIALISTS Q: I am concerned because I have several specialists that I see, and they all have different opinions. What am I supposed to think? A: I have been in El Dorado for 34 years practicing medicine, and boy, how things have changed. My first 10 years of practice, we did surgery every morning for

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Property Tax Rebate help offered at the Korth Center

Care Connection for Aging Services will have a volunteer available to help seniors to apply for the Missouri Property Tax Credit at its Korth Center in Stockton. People 60 and older are eligible for the free assistance with their “Circuit Breaker” Missouri Property Tax Credit applications. The Korth Center at 309 W. Englewood will offer

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Care Connection For Aging Services Senior Center VITA tax schedule for 2017

El Dorado Springs Senior Center – Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 – Noon E-File Site. Starting Feb. 7, for tax appointment call 417-876-5574. St Clair County Courthouse – Thursdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. MOPTC (Circuit Breaker only). Starting Feb. 9, for appointment call 417-646-2449 Korth Senior Center – Wednesdays 9 – Noon MOPTC (Circuit Breaker

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