El Dorado Springs Fire Department responded to two incidents on the week of Jan. 12. Jan 8 to a chimney fire at 507 S. Ohio and weather spotted on Jan. 10.
EL DORADO SPRINGS LIONS GO SHOPPING – On Dec.14, the El Dorado Springs Lions, through their annual Shop-With-A-Lion project, were able to help nearly 25 area children have a more enjoyable Christmas. Since its beginning in 2005, the Shop-With-A-Lion project has spent over $37,000 serving more than 750 children. Funds for this project are three-fold:
Greetings, My Fellow Missourians Nearly every year since 1975 I have attended the annual Missouri Cattleman’s Convention. This year the 52nd Annual Convention was held in Columbia. We always try to honor a member that has contributed to the founding of the association. This year Morris Westfall from Halfway, Missouri was recognized with the Pioneer
Join staff for a guided hike at Saturday, Feb. 1, to see what the prairie has to offer this time of year. Don’t forget your camera! Be prepared for a 2-mile hike over uneven terrain. Bring water, snacks, a hat and sunscreen. Dress for the weather as the winds can be strong this time of
Missouri’s pork producers applaud President Trump’s signing of the first phase of a trade deal with China. This deal is a step toward opening the door for more pork exports to the country, which is struggling with reliable sources of pork after being hit with African Swine Fever. “Pork is the most-consumed protein in China,”
CONFIRMED – Dr. Sam L. Alexander, Cedar County, shown with his wife, Marsha, was confirmed by the Senate as a member of the MO HealhNet Oversight Committee. Senator Sandy Crawford is on the right.
The following misdemeanors have been disposed in Cedar County. Michael Trevor Appel, failure to register motor vehicle, 10/17/19. Fine: $50.50, 21/3/20. Sage Atkinson, Carthage, operated mtr veh with brakes not in good working order, 10/17/19. Fine: $150, 1/7/20. Alexandra Stranimier, El Dorado Springs, defective equipment, 10/22/19. Fine: $100, 1/7/20. Regina Renee Jolly, Weaubleau, shoplifting, 8/25/19.
Cedar County Jail Capacity = 62; Current Capacity = 64 01/12 • ESPD requested building check on E 166 Rd El Do. Clear, negative contact. • Disturbance reported on N Terrace Stockton. Subject refuses to leave residence. Handled by officer. • Disturbance reported on E Davis Stockton. Upstairs neighbors shooting fireworks in parking lot. Clear,
Sheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made 11 arrests and took multiple reports during the week of Jan. 7 through 14, 2020. Warrant Arrests Amanda Crawford- On Jan. 14, Amanda Crawford, 31, Lowry City, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy on a class E felony unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia-amphetamine or methamphetamine, a class
Jan. 6, vehicle fire at s. 1525 Rd. Nevada. Jan. 6, injured animal at S. I49, Nevada. Jan. 7, theft at N. Tucker St., Nevada. Jan. 8, auto theft at S. 1700 Rd., Nevada. Jan. 8, theft at N. Webster St., Nevada. Jan. 8, domestic dispute at E. Stockton Rd., Nevada. Jan. 9, auto theft