The Missouri Secretary of State, John R. Ashcroft, and the Missouri State Librarian, Robin Westphal, are pleased to announce that Cedar County Library has been approved for a federally funded CARES Act Grant of $4,810. This grant will enable the library to purchase five public access computers for the Stockton Branch and two laptops to
Viruses can live up to 72 hours on gas pump handles, keypads and other high-touch surfaces in public spaces. Here are some precautions you can take. Gas pump handles and keypads see a lot of hands every day, along with many other public surfaces like door handles, shopping carts, mailboxes, and hand dryers. While transmission
CEDAR COUNTY Marriage Applications: Recorder of Deeds Office Cedar County Carole Wilkerson Recorder Blaze Daniel Ray Bullard, 19, El Dorado Springs, and Hayley Dawn Broughton, 20, El Dorado Springs. Taylor Ryan Zitting, 20, Humansville, and Helen Sophia Willaims, 19, Humansville. Kevin Michael Martin, 26, Stockton, and Marisa Ashley Hughes, 26, Stockton.
Destiny Alexander, false police report, $225.50. Jessica Beard, trespassing 1st degree, $151.50. Steven Caudill, poss drug paraphernalia, $225.50. Dalton Crowder, following too close/accid, $85.50. Brandi Deckard, driving while suspended, $275.50. Drake Curry, trespassing 2nd degree, $101. Karen Govoro, animal at large, $76. Jonathon Houdeshell, fts stop sign, $86. Joseph Hughes, fts stop sign, $175.50. Wyatt
The following misdemeanors have been disposed in Cedar County. Bluecurrent Credit Union v Shawnna Adams, Stockton. Jgmt transcribed Circuit Court $15,581.87, 6/6/20. Wakefield & Associates, INC v Sheila Amant, Stockton. Judgment entered $1,726.04, 6/9/20. Creditbox.com LLC v Nicholas Antonini, Stockton. Jgmt transcribed Circuit Court $1,306.75, 6/5/20. Cedar County Memorial Hospital v Darla M. Arlint, Walker.
Jail capacity-62; current status-55 • Traffic stop at Woods Stockton. Warning given, • Received call of an assault against spouse and child on Hwy B Jerico. Spouse fled and suspect doesn’t know where she is. Spouse arrested. • RP requesting assistance with husband suffering from bi-polar on W Blair. Having a manic episode with delusions
Sheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made 11 arrests during the week of June 9 through 16, 2020. Warrant Arrests Donovan Williams- On June 15, Donovan Williams, 39, Osceola, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy on a class A misdemeanor. Williams was booked and released pending formal charges. The arrest comes after a
June 16, vandalism at S. 1469 Rd., Nevada. June 17, harassment at N. Ash St., Bronaugh. June 17, property damage at E. 54 Hwy., Deerfield. June 17, theft at E. Union Track Rd., Nevada. June 18, driving while intoxicated at W. Austin Blvd., Nevada. June 19, trespassing at E. Rebel Rd., Nevada. June 19, theft
In the case of all arrests, it must be remembered that the charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. NOTE: Anyone having information concerning any alleged crimes are encouraged to contact the police department at 876-TIPS (8477) Law enforcement activities The El Dorado Springs Police Department
OATS Transit schedule update for your community: OATS Transit is open for regular transportation service, but with restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There is limited seating on each bus to facilitate social distancing measures, and riders are encouraged to wear face mask/coverings. Drivers are sanitizing the buses on a routine basis. Individuals can call