Dogs can be a great tool for conservation-related work. That’s why the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) launched its Canine Unit earlier this year. People will get a chance to meet MDC’s Canine Unit team for the southwest part of the state at this year’s Ozark Empire Fair. Polk County Conservation Agent Corporal Susan Swem
Great Picnic Weekend for Municipal Band It was wonderful seeing so many people out listening to the music last weekend. The weather wasn’t as bad as it has been in years past, so we were grateful for any cool breezes blowing across the bandstand. We are coming to the time of year where our Band
Citizens Memorial Hospital has received the American College of Cardiology’s NCDR Chest Pain – MI (Myocardial Infraction) Registry Platinum Achievement Award for 2021. CMH is one of only 212 hospitals nationwide to receive the honor. The award recognizes CMH’s commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of care for heart attack patients and signifies
A Springfield man who was identified when his photo was broadcast by local TV stations was charged in federal court today with bank robbery. Charles Edgar King Jr., 56, was charged in a criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District Court in Springfield on Tuesday, July 20. His initial court appearance was heldand King remains
On Sunday, July 18, at 1:33 a.m. the Fire Department was dispatched to a couch fire on S. Park St. Truck 5 and five firefighters responded. On Tuesday, July 20, at 7;52 p.m. the Fire Department was dispatched to the Cedar County Memorial Hospital for a fire alarm. No fire was located. Two trucks and
We will Praise the Lord and tell of His greatness… Grandchildren of Iris Bland and the late Randy Bland, and Ireland Moomaw, daughter of Jason and Mindy Moomaw, are the sixth generation to attend the Herriman Chapel Camp. Herriamn Chapel Camp is continuing through this week. The theme for this year in special services for
The first annual Wayside Film Festival attracted a diverse crowd which included Super Heroes masquerading as regular folk.
TOPS Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs met in the Bethel Free Will Baptist Church, 1300 S Summer St, El Dorado Springs, on Thursday, July 22, for their weekly weigh-in and meeting. Linda Hall, Leader, called the meeting to order. Carol led us in singing “Walk Around the Block” We said our TOPS and KOPS pledges.
Citizens Memorial Hospital is a proud partner of the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH). Each year, NOSORH and rural-focused organizations across the United States set aside the third Thursday of November to recognize National Rural Health Day (NRHD). NRHD, now in its 11th year, is an opportunity to celebrate the “Power
Stockton Ambulance Station Time: 6:30 p.m. Call To Order: 6:30 Roll Call: Rusty Norvall – Chair, Nadine Sinclair – V Chair, Robert Graves – Sec/Tres, Diana Johnson, Evelyn Boyle andRobert Moore Approve Agenda: Motion to approve made by Nadine seconded by Moore, 6 ayes, 0 nays, motion carried. Swearing in of directors Motion to leave