Fire report for week of June 21

On Monday, June 22, at 10:14 p.m., the chief was dispatched east of town to a reported fire. Turned out to be a controlled burn. On Wednesday, June 24, at 10:22 p.m., the Fire Department was dispatched to the El Dorado Springs Airport to set up and protect a LZ for a medical aircraft. Trucks

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2020 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR

Dr.Neil Linsenmayer was recognized a the El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce Executive of the year. Linsenmayer is the current President of the Chamber and a past vice presidnet and past treasurer. He is pictured with Heather Brown current chamber vice president.

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The Band Plays On

Come Celebrate the 4th of July with the Band The El Dorado Springs City Band will celebrate the 4th of July playing patriotic music for this special occasion. Wear your RED, WHITE, and BLUE and come on down to listen to these great songs as we honor our military and our community members who have

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Fireworks only on the 4th

by Jarrod D. Schiereck Chief of Police Just a reminder to everyone, that the only time fireworks can be legally discharged, within the El Dorado Springs City Limits, is on the 4th of July, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 10 p.m.  The possession of fireworks and use of fireworks on City Properties and

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Hartzler Supports the JUSTICE ACT

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (MO-04) announced her support of H.R. 7278, the JUSTICE Act, this week. The bill, originally introduced in the Senate by South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, addresses important elements of needed police reform in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death last month. Hartzler joins over 148 in co-sponsoring this legislation. “The JUSTICE Act

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Discover red, white and blue in nature this holiday weekend

With the Fourth-of-July weekend coming up, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages people to look for some red, white, and blue in nature through a holiday hike, bird watching, backyard fun, fishing, and other outdoor activities. MDC offers some suggestions to get started finding red, white, and blue in nature: • Red Royal Catchfly

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Fire Chief gives fireworks advice

Fireworks can be discharged in the City limits of El Dorado Springs between the hours of 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. on July 4 only. Here are some safety tips: Purchase fireworks only from a properly licensed retailer. Always wear eye protection and earplugs if you have sensitive ears. Tie back long hair and don’t

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Love note from Jeff City

Greetings, My Fellow Missourians It’s fescue Seed Harvest time throughout Southwest Missouri and like many others, my family is busy combining fescue seed. Our cattle ranch’s objective is to turn forage to cash by grazing cattle on predominantly fescue grass inter seeded with legumes. One of the fringe benefits of growing Fescue for grass and

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Law enforcement reform should not result in people being less safe

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (MO-04) issued the following statement regarding Speaker Pelosi’s anti-policing bill: “The vast majority of law enforcement officials are unsung heroes – good, courageous, and selfless public servants who protect our way of life. However, right now some Americans have lost confidence in our communities’ institutions. That’s why we must come together to

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