News from Harwood and Schell City

By Helen Ellerman Madalyn’s Kitchen, south of Schell City, is still just open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at her regular time and on Saturday she just services breakfast until 10:30 a.m. The Health Department had not told her that she can open up on Sundays yet. Bob and Cheryl Ellerman of Edwards, and Cheryl’s

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WAITING FOR THE 4TH

While Wilbur Charbonneau (right) celebrates a little early, Zach and Margaret Charbonneau help Barbara Wallen celebrate with the Rocket that graced Wilbur’s Fireworks at his location on Hwy 54 West. For 50 years Wilbur sold fireworks in this area. Now the rocket is carrying on its own tradition at B&D fireworks at 200 W. Hwy.

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2020-21 recipients of the Nellie Nicholas Memorial Teaching Scholarship

The Sac-Osage Retired School Employees Association announces the 2020-2021 recipients of the Nellie Nicholas Memorial Teaching Scholarship. This year’s scholarship winners are Khara Burley, majoring in Elementary Education at God’s Bible School and College, Cincinnati, OH; Samantha Cox, majoring in Elementary Education at Missouri State University; Amy Ford, majoring in Ag Education at College of

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New books at Cedar County Library

Wrath of Poseidon by Clive Cussler, The 20th victim by James Patterson, The Goodby Man by Jeffery Deaver, Bombshell by Stuart Woods, If It Bleeds by Stephen King, The Last Trial by Scott Turow, Seeing Darkness by Heather Graham, Fair Warning by Michael Connelly, The Summer House by James Patterson, Hush by James Patterson, Credible

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Lillian Sunderwirth Scholarship recipients

The 2020-21 renewals include: Khara Burley, Makinsey Conner, Amy ford, Kiley Gerster, Tyler Goatley, Wyatt Graves, Quinton Hays, Julia Higgins, Tailor Hutsell, Caleb Jones, Ashley Knoll, Nate Marsh, Payton Newman, Bryson Rader, Taylor Robison, Jennifer Stark, Madison Whitaker, Abram Tabor and Calvin Tabor. Due to Covid 19, the decision was made not to have a

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Dennis 70th anniversary

Roy and Marvelene Dennis are celebrating their seventieth wedding anniversary. Roy Dennis and Marvelene Brown were married on July 8, 1950, in Eureka Springs, AR. They are long-time residents of El Dorado Springs, where they raised their two sons, Denny and Danny. Roy retired from the U.S. Postal Service in 1985 and Marvelene from Sac

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The Rock Wall

Kimball and I got a shock last Wednesday evening. I had rushed home after work to take a quick nap before we went to prayer meeting. I laid down at 5:30 and set my alarm for 6:45. When I sat up, I could see Caddeaux’s tail down by the cedar chest at the foot of

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Superintendent Koca to retire to the farm

On Wednesday, June 17, the Sun sat down for a telephone interview with El Dorado Springs R-II Superintendent Mark Koca about his 35 years of teaching experience, the last nine as superintendent of the El Dorado Springs school system. The previous evening, the El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce named Mark to their Hall of

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Make a splash this summer during frogging season

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages the public to discover nature this summer during frogging season. Beginning June 30 at sunset through Oct. 31, those with a fishing permit or small-game hunting permit may frog for bullfrogs and green frogs. The daily limit is eight frogs of both species combined and the possession limit

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