ECS SODA ANNOUNCED FOR 2ND QUARTER

Student of the quarter, also known as SODA (Student Of Distinguished Attitude) was announced by El Dorado Christian School Principal, Mrs. Kelly Bryson on Thursday, January 20, 2022.  Winners of SODA second quarter- front row l-r; 4th grade, Bennett Johnson, Kindergarten, Zoe Schweizer and 2nd grade, Anna Watkins. Back row:  High school, Javen Keith, junior

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Test your nature trivia knowledge at Jan. 29 MDC program

There’s nothing trivial about nature – until you turn it into a contest where you can win prizes. People can test their knowledge of nature in a format that’s both fun and educational at the Missouri Department Conservation’s (MDC) “Nature Trivia” event on Jan. 29 at MDC’s Shoal Creek Conservation Education Center. At this event,

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Hello to all in the 125th,

A shortened week here in Jefferson City with the observance of Martin Luther King Day, but we were busy and got a few things accomplished! General Assembly Convenes for Annual State of the State Address Members of the Missouri General Assembly gathered in the House Chamber Wednesday afternoon to listen to the annual State of

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HERD OF DISTINCTION

The Cozy Creek Ranch at El Dorado Springs Missouri ,owners Ruthie Green and Shannon Green has received the ADGA Award Herd of Distinction. The Award is to recognize those herds that have demonstrated above all other over time by ADGA programs such as DHIR, linear appraisal , and shows. Herds qualifying have met the criteria

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Hartzler ranked Third Most Conservative Member of Entire U.S. House

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (R-MO.) has been ranked the third most conservative member of the U.S. House of Representatives for the 116th Congress according to GovTrack, an organization which analyzes Congressional data. “Being a conservative leader in Washington means more than just talk – and I am proud to have the third most conservative legislative record

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Hartzler, Blackburn, Smith, Colleagues Request GAO Report on Federal Funding for Abortion Advocacy Groups

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (R-MO.), Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), and Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ) led 142 Congressional members in requesting the Government Accountability Office(GAO) produce a report detailing the federal funding for Federally Qualified Health Centers, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, International Planned Parenthood Federation, MSI Reproductive Choices, and four domestic abortion providers covering fiscal years

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Ashcroft Revokes Commission of St. Louis Notary

Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced, today, that the Notaries and Commissions Unit within his office revoked a St. Louis woman’s notary commission after she pleaded guilty to ordering over 900 fake COVID-19 vaccination cards from China. The Notaries and Commissions Unit appoints and commissions notaries public and authenticates official acts of the governor. Ashcroft

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ST. CLAIR COUNTY SHERIFF

The Complete St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office News Release January 11th, 2022 through January 17th, 2022 Text Caster  Sheriff Lee Hilty would like to share more information about the Text Caster partnership. Upon signing up for the service, citizens will be able to get alerts on road closings, weather alerts directly from the National Weather

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VERNON COUNTY SHERIFF

Jan. 14, trespassing at S. 2700 Rd., El Dorado Springs. Jan. 14, property damage at Main St., Sheldon. Jan. 15, theft at A. 1375 Rd., Nevada. Jan. 16, burglary at S. 1497 Rd., Nevada. Jan. 16, theft at E. Elm, Moundville. Jan. 18, littering at Stockade Rd., Deerfield.Jan. 19, theft at S. 1650 Rd., Nevada.

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