Cedar Republican Central Committee to meet

The Cedar County Republican Party Central Committee will meet at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug, 16, in Room 5 of the Cedar County Courthouse. The purpose of this meeting is for committee reorganization. The public is welcome to attend.

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Preserve Our Past needs help

The Preserve Our Past Museum (POPS) need your help. We are outgrowing our building. We recently put a new roof on the laundry next to the museum and are working on making this building an extension of the museum. One of the new exhibits we would like to include will be the senior composites that

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Capitol Perspectives: An Unusual Primary

by Phill Brooks This year’s Missouri primary was one of the most unusual I’ve seen. It involved more negative attacks funded by more big-buck donors with more inexperienced winners than I can remember. I had thought it would be a pretty clean primary as a result of the suicide of one of the Republican candidates

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Training To Explore Arts, Economic Development, Sept. 26-27

A two-day training this fall will show civic leaders, artists, elected officials, entrepreneurs, business owners and others how the arts can play a role in the community and economic development. “Community Development Academy Explores: Arts & Economic Development,” Sept. 26-27 in Excelsior Springs will look at the arts as a strategy for boosting and diversifying

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Want to help start a Lions Club?

Would you like to be a member of the largest service organiztion in the world? Lions International would like to invite the community of El Dorado Springs to an informational meeting about starting a Lions Club that would meet at noon, in El Dorado Springs. This meeting will take place Wednesday Aug.31 between 11:30 a.m.

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New option offered to Master Gardener students

Master Gardener students have another option to learn. University of Missouri Extension now offers a small-group format for Master Gardeners, says MU Extension horticulture specialist Jim Quinn. Gardeners meet as a group, and MU horticulture specialists or experienced Master Gardeners guide them through videos from the online Master Gardener class. Previously, MU Extension only offered

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West Central launches ‘Double-Up Food Bucks’ program

West Central Missouri Community Action Agency (West Central) is pleased to announce the launching of the Double-Up Food Bucks program at local farmers markets across the region. Double-Up Food Bucks is a healthy food incentive program that helps low-income families purchase more fresh fruits and vegetables and supports local farmers. Through this new program, people

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Cards of Thanks

Thank you to all our family and friends for the gifts of flowers, food, cards, donations to  High Hope and most importantly love and support during this time of loss. Thank you to the Church of Christ for the use of their facilities during our luncheon. A special thank you to Bland Hackleman Funeral Home

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Marriages

Marriage Applications: Recorder of Deeds Office Cedar County Carole Wilkerson Recorder Keith W Turner. 35. Milo, and Stephanie Renae Allison, 29, El Dorado Springs Zachary Thomas Dunfield, 20, El Dorado Springs, annd Shelby Lynn Johnson, 22, El Dorado Springs Brian Jason Lundy, 28, El Dorado Springs, and Elizabeth Ashley Ahlgren, 22, El Dorado Springs Richard

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ST CLAIR COUNTY COMMISSION

The St. Clair County Commission met Monday, May 23, with Presiding Commissioner Robert Salmon, Northern District Commission Leroy Strope and Southern District Commissioner Gerald Williams present. The Commission spoke with Darin Hamelink, MoDot, regarding B.R.O funding balance. Hamelink stated he would check into the matter and advise the Commission of the balance. Note: B.R.O.-Bridge Replacement

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