Fire report for week of Jan. 3

On Sunday, Jan. 3, at 8:48 p.m. the Fire Department was dispatched on a mutual aid call for Jerico Springs Fire Department to a structure fire (hay barn). Tankers 1 and 2 and six firefighters responded. On Thursday, Jan. 7, at 2:50 p.m. the Fire Department was dispatched to a residence on S. Park to

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Missouri Welding Institue to hold competition in Nevada

Missouri Welding Institute’s 11th annual welding competition will take place Thursday, Jan. 28 and Friday, Jan. 29 in Nevada. More than 150 students are set to compete at this year’s competition, with high school students kicking off the event on Thursday. Vo-tech students will compete Friday, January 29. Scholarships and prizes will be awarded at

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MDC offers free virtual backpack camping workshop Jan. 22

Online session will teach about trails, safety and comfort Walking into the wild with shelter and food in a backpack is a good way to experience Missouri’s unspoiled natural places. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer a free virtual backpacking workshop from 1 to 2 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 22. This event for

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CMH to host second annual Galentine’s Night online in February

Citizens Memorial Hospital will host the second annual Galentine’s Night online in February. “Galentine’s Night is dedicated to improving the health and wellness in women and taking time for self-care,” says Wren Hall, director of community relations. “Most women tend to focus on everyone else first and have a hard time making themselves a priority,

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Hartzler statement on House certification of 2020 election results

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (MO-04) issued the following statement as Congress undergoes the Constitutional process of certifying the 2020 presidential election results: “The assault on the United States Capitol building was appalling and something one would expect from a third world coup – not from people who consider themselves patriots. It was thuggery, plain and simple,

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Sandy Crawford Capitol report

This week, my colleagues and I returned to Jefferson City to begin the 2021 legislative session. Opening week tends to be a bit shorter, with swearing in ceremonies on the first day and mainly housekeeping items to start. Very soon, we will learn our committee assignments, and then the real work of discussing and debating

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R-2 School Board report for Jan. 14

El Dorado Springs R-2 Schools Board of Education Meeting No. 371 Jan. 14, 2021 MS/HS Library Media Center 6:45 CLOSED SESSION The Board may consider business in closed session relating to: I. Personnel pursuant to 610.021(3) 7:00 P.M. OPEN SESSION I. Call to Order and Approval of Consent Agenda a. Meeting Agenda b. Approve Minutes:

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CEDAR COUNTY SHERIFF

01/03 • ESPD reported a call from 166 Rd Eldo stating a suspicious vehicle driving around with their lights off and then on and speeding away.  GOA • Officer reported MVA on Hwy 97 and 1662 between a Sac Osage Truck and an Eldo Fire Truck.  No injuries and roadway is clear.  MSHP took over.

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ST. CLAIR COUNTY SHERIFF

Sheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made nine arrests and took multiple reports during the weeks of December 22, 2020 through December 28, 2020                                                              Arrests Blake

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VERNON COUNTY SHERIFF

Jan. 4, domestic dispute at E. Panama Rd., Nevada. Jan. 5, theft at Sheldon. Jan. 5, suspicious activity at N. Second St., Sheldon. Jan. 6, theft at Murphy Hill Rd., Nevada. Jan. 6, theft at N. 3rd. St., Sheldon. Jan. 6, theft at S. 43 Hwy., Nevada. Jan. 7, theft at S. First St., Sheldon.

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