Flip of the switch

CHRISTMAS HAS ARRIVED IN EL DORADO SPRINGS – The annual Christmas Lighting of the downtown Park was held on Monday, Nov. 21. The 69th Miss Merry Christmas, Macie Stoffer, was crowned  by last year’s winner Libby Toliver. Miss Merry Christmas will ride in the Christmas Parade on Dec. 10. Miss Merry Christmas 2022

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Discover nature with MDC through Eagle Days

From December through February, Missouri’s winter eagle watching is spectacular. Discover nature with the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) through Eagle Days events around the state or enjoy watching bald eagles on your own. Because of Missouri’s big rivers, many lakes, and abundant wetlands, the Show-Me state is one of the leading lower 48 states

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Dr. Wyant appointed Cedar County coroner

DR. WYANT, M.D. APPOINTED CEDAR COUNTY CORONER BY GOV. PARSON – Andrew Wyant, M.D. is currently a Family Medicine Physician and Chief of Staff at Cedar County Memorial Hospital, and has an outpatient practice at the CCMH Medical Mall Clinic. He was recently appointed Cedar County Coroner by Governor Mike Parson to fill the unexpired

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El Dorado Springs woman receives minor injuries in wreck

A 31-year-old woman from El Dorado Springs suffered minor injuries in a single-vehicle wreck on Wednesday, Nov. 16. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, Samantha J. Tubbs, 31, was northbound in a 2006 Dodge Durango on 151 Rd. around 5 miles south of El Dorado Springs. The wreck occurred at around 6

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Boot Scootin’ Time

FFA ROYALTY -King Montana Hacker, Queen Wriley Taylor, were crowned as the El Dorado Springs FFA Barnwarming Royalty at the FFA event on Saturday, Nov,. 19. Seniors were  Hannah Klaiber, Garrett Klaiber, Alyssa Irvin and Truman Ledbetter; Juniors Grace Kinnett and Matthew Esparza; Sophomores Clanci McKelips and Kandon McQuirk and Freshmen Lela Brown and Grady

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The Rock Wall

This is the calm before the storm, so to speak. The grandkids are coming – all five of them – and I’m excited. I get to see Davis and Erica’s three almost every week, sometimes several times a week.  Ben, 13, Erica and Davis’ oldest, is a perfect gentleman and you hardly know he’s here.

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BBB checklist to keep safe during the winter months

The last thing anyone wants is to be left out in the cold when winter hits. By doing a few simple things, you can keep your family safe from the elements. Take steps to avoid waking up to a faulty heating system or frozen pipes. Plan ahead to make your vehicle reliable in adverse conditions.

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ElDo Christmas Basket Project reminders

Toys valued from $15 to $30 drop off at Fugate Motors’ Toys for Tots drive until Dec. 9. Monetary donations to Steve Wiseman, 884 S 275 Rd, El Do, Project treasurer, to cover food costs and any additional toys needed. Gift wrappers needed Tuesday, Dec. 13, 9 a.m. at First Baptist Church Family Life Center. 

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R-2 BOARD HONORS CROSSING GUARD, BONNIE WENDT

Thursday, Nov. 10, the El Dorado Springs R-2 Board of Education Unanimously passed this resolution honoring our retiring crossing guard– Bonnie Floyd Wendt. A Resolution Honoring Bonnie Wendt Whereas, the roles of school safety personnel are incredibly important to the El Dorado Springs R-2 School District, its students, and parents; Whereas, Bonnie Wendt has safely

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ECS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS VISIT OZARK CHRISTIAN COLLEGE

On November 4th, Mrs. Kelly Bryson took a group of the El Dorado Christian high school students to “The Event” at Ozark Christian College in Joplin.  The purpose of this ministry is to encourage and equip youth ministry leaders and to challenge high school students to live on mission for Christ through Christian service and

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