The Wayside Inn Museum will host a Needlework and Quilt Exhibit during the El Dorado Springs Picnic, July 21-24. This exhibit is open to needlework and quilters in El Dorado Springs, formerly from El Dorado Springs, and the surrounding area. The purpose of this show is to increase the prestige, artistry, creativity, professionalism and recognition
Editor: In the May issue of the Sac Osage Co-Op News on the back page is the Manager’s Column and in this issue he gives tips on where trees should be placed in relation to overhead utility lines. In the final paragraph we are cautioned about attempting to remove trees that are near power lines
Have you ever wanted to attend a program that covered virtually every topic concerning money? Your wish has been granted. University of Missouri Extension in Vernon County will offer the Making Money Count program in Nevada. The class develops skills in making decisions and communicating about money, spending plans, credit, consumer skills and contracts, record
The Cedar County Ambulance Board is scheduled to meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 18, in the El Dorado Springs Ambulance Barn. Unfinished business on the agenda includes tower update, new director training, inventory, appoint District 2 director and audit update. New business will include Quick Books education.
The Board of Directors of Cedar County Memorial Hospital will conduct a meeting at 11:30 a.m. on July 18, in the classroom at Cedar County Memorial Hospital, 1401 S. Park St. in El Dorado Springs. Unfinished Business: None New Business: In addition to routine reports, the board is scheduled to declare surplus property.
The El Dorado Springs R-2 School Board is scheduled to hold a special meeting to convene at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 14, in the High School Library. In Old Business, the board is scheduled to approve the Elementary Handbook. In New Business the board is scheduled to consider and approve bids for roofing, review District
Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) released the following statement on House passage of H.R. 2646, the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act, a bill she co-sponsored: “We have all experienced the pain and suffering that stems from mental illness, but none more so than the families of those afflicted. They are often left feeling too
Our bodies are made for activity, but modern conveniences have caused us to become more inactive. Physical inactivity can place our health at risk for many chronic diseases. Here’s the good news! We have something fun planned to get you up and moving! The MU Extension “Stay Strong, Stay Healthy” program in El Dorado. This
By Mark D. Hughes For most Missourians, the first of July brings plans and preparation to celebrate Independence Day — one of America’s biggest holidays. For all Missourians — and usually with much less fanfare and fireworks — July 1 also brings the beginning of a new state fiscal year and the start of a
No one stress or concern in farm country bothers all. Topics vary by where you are, farm to farm, and where you are in the life cycle of a farm. Farmers, agribusiness leaders and lenders gathered to share ideas July 7 at the Audrain County 4-H Center, Mexico. It is one of seven listening sessions