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New books at Cedar County Library

Golden Prey by John Sandford – A series of audacious robberies compels newly appointed U.S. Marshal Lucas Davenport to investigate the possible return of a gang leader who once killed two FBI agents. No Easy Target by Iris Johansen – Threatened by an enemy from her past, animal psychic Margaret Douglas goes on the run

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Providing information

SUNBURN Q:  We went to the last weekend and got royally sunburned.  What’s the best way to deal with it? A:  Sunburn is skin damage from the ultraviolet rays from the sun.  Most sunburns are first degree burns, which affect only the outer layer of skin.  If it blisters and swells up, that means that

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2017-2018 Missouri State Highway maps are here

The new 2017-2018 Official Missouri State Highway Map is now available. The map features brighter colors and stronger paper to make it both easier to read and more durable. New interstate interchanges and exit numbers have been added since the last published edition in 2013. The map shows Missouri’s 33,873-mile highway system and is distributed

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Driver crashes while asleep

Charles A. Howdeshell, 19, Rolla, fell asleep, ran off Hwy. 54 at Walker Corner on Hwy, 54, at 4:05 p.m. Sunday, May 14, and overturned several times in a westbound 2011 Ford F150. The report by Cpl. J. E. Wilde said he was not wearing a seatbelt and was transported to Nevada Regional Medical Center

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Card of Thanks

Wow! What a great community we live in. A big thank you to everyone that helped with our fundraiser “Kure for Khara.” Thanks to those who sold tickets, gave donations and helped serve food. Thanks for helping make this a success. We couldn’t have done it without you. Camille Bland and Macie Mays

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Hamilton resigns from CCAD

Byron Hamilton resigned from his District 2 position on the Cedar County Ambulance District board as of the end of the Monday, May 15, meeting in the El Dorado Springs ambulance barn. Chairman John Wilson said he would review any applicants before the next meeting June 19. District 2 runs east from Main Street in

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PAPE CELEBRATES MOTHER’S DAY

PAPE CELEBRATES MOTHER’S DAY – On Mother’s Day, Carl Nelsen opened out Sunday School hour with the hymn, “A Christian Home.” He then gave a brief history of two mothers in Scripture, Hannah the mother of Samuel, and Mary the mother of Jesus. We sang “Happy Birthday” to Pat Martin and Alivia Bray. We welcomed

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Ceat Cemetery (Black Jack) report

This is a brief report in the improvements of the Ceat Cemetery. A chain link fence has been installed and several trees and brush have been removed. Anybody interested in making donations to the continued care of the cemetery may do so by contacting Linda Gayle Leonard at 417/876-2785 or Darl Mays at 417/296-4552. We

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2016 Virgil City Cemetery Report

Donations as follows: Oak Grove Community Club, Brandi Cameron, Cindy Pippin, Doris Fortney, Anna Barker, Marjorie Fields, Pauline Hlavacek, Doyle White, Kristi Tolivar, Howard Nikodim, Melody Madewell, Duane White, Tom Cheek, Delmar Fast, Lola Dunfield, Frances West, Geraldine West, Joe Nikodim, Vicki Marcum, Mary Hymer, David Hymer, Judy Lasley, Don Williams, Jim Nikodim, M.L. McGuire,

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THAT’S MY DAD

THAT’S MY DAD – On Saturday, May 13, Derrill Price III saw for the first time his dad’s name listed on the Wall that Heals. Derrill III was 5 1⁄2 months young when his dad was killed on May 24, 1969. He has learned what he can about his father from photos and stories told

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