100-Mile Yard Sale coming

Discover More on Rt. 54 is hosting the 2nd annual 100-mile yard sale that will be coming up on Labor Day weekend, Sept. 3-5.  This will cover communities along U.S. Hwy. 54 from Nevada to Camdenton. The host locations are for sellers living away from Hwy 54 who wish to participate over Labor Day weekend.

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CCMH welcomes new physician

Cedar County Memorial Hospital is proud to welcome Barbara Chilton, D.O., Board Certified by the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians, to the Medical Mall Clinic in El Dorado Springs. Dr. Chilton comes to the Medical Mall Clinic with extensive education and experience. Dr. Chilton received her B.S. in Biology from East Central University, in Ada,

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White Trash Bash Caplinger Mills

Editor: In regards to the White Trash Bash that was held here in Caplinger Mills, last Saturday Night Aug 13,2016.  I have read the Sheriffs comments in the Cedar County Republican He as you know is a FN liar. I was there , I live here and never saw him in the heart of the

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Citizens detain suspect

  Two people have been arrested after breaking into a concession stand at the Champion Diamonds Baseball Fields just outside of Nevada Sunday afternoon. According to Sheriff’s Office officials, a deputy was dispatched to the baseball fields after two citizens reported the trespassing and burglary. The deputy arrived on scene to find one suspect, who

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Cycles hit deer

Jeffery D. Robison, 23, El Dorado Springs, was taken by Barton County Ambulance to Nevada Regional Hospital with injuries reported as moderate after his southbound 2004 Aprilia Motorcycle struck a deer in Hwy. A four miles southwest of Milford at 3:10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 21. According to the report by Cpl. J. E. Wilde, Robison

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John’s Daughter at Opera House Thursday

The Opera House Arts Council is planning another scholarship concert  this Thursday night Aug. 25, at 7 p.m. featuring John’s Daughter . John’s Daughter, features local singer/songwriter Kim Kutina.  along with husband, Will Kutina.  They  and wife duo have been making music since their meeting in July 2011. Kim is the the daughter of El

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Time to get Renaissance Festival tickets

This is your chance to win tickets to the Kansas City Renaissance Festival in Kansas City. Find the form in the Sun newspaper/Sun Super shopper, fill it out and bring it by the Sun office at 125 N. Main in El Dorado Springs. Drawings for tickets begin Thursday, Sept. 1, and will continue weekly until

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The Band Plays On

The Band Plays On Last Three Concerts for The Summer of 2016! The weather cooled down last weekend and it was much cooler at the summer concerts which was much appreciated. We have come to the last weekend of August, which means Summer Band is soon to be over for 2016. Students have returned to

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Capitol Perspectives: The Dignity of Missouri’s Capitol

by Phill Brooks The recent conviction of 22 protesters whose 2014 demonstration in the Missouri Senate visitors’ gallery chamber forced the Senate to recess is an indication of how different Missouri’s Capitol is from the U.S. Capitol I covered in 1972. For an hour on May 6, 2014, the protesters sang and chanted against the

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Missouri Chamber of Commerce endorses Eric Greitens for Governor

The Missouri Chamber of Commerce endorsed Eric Greitens for governor of Missouri. Eric released the following statement: “I’m honored to have the support of small business owners and job creators across Missouri. They know our state is in crisis, and we need to go in a new direction after the failures of career politicians like

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