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Three arrested, drug seized after search warrant of a Nevada home

According to Officials with the Sheriff’s Office, three Nevada residents were taken into custody after Detectives with the Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant at a residence on E. Sycamore Street in Nevada, MO on Wednesday morning. According to Vernon County Sheriff Jason Mosher, a team from the Sheriff’s Office executed the search warrant and

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PAUL LUSTER PROMOTED

PAUL LUSTER PROMOTED – My father (retired El Dorado Springs Police Chief and current El Dorado Springs Councilman Jimmy Luster) asked me to send you a photograph concerning my recent promotion to the rank of Major with the Kansas City Police Department.  I am a 1994 graduate of El Dorado Springs High School and have

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Thank you

Thank you to all who came to give your life saving blood at the El Dorado Springs Church of Christ on Thursday, Jan. 30. Our goal at this Blood Drive was to collect 35 units. We had a great turn out from our community and met our goal, collecting 41 units. We are so thankful

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GOD, ONE; SATAN, ZERO

GOD, ONE; SATAN, ZERO – Pape Christian Church celebrated the baptism of Darren Burchett. Darren is shown with his parents, Jason and April Burchett. Photo by Rhonda Wallen.

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FIREFIGHTERS HONORED

FIREFIGHTERS HONORED – Members of the El Dorado Springs Volunteer Fire Department were honored at a banquet on Saturday, Feb 1, in the Civic Center. The banquet was attended by the fire fighters and their families as well as the State Fire Marshall Tim Bean. Recognized for their years of service were: Tavis Burchett –

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TOPS meets every Thursday morning

Tops Chapter 9319 El Dorado Springs (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) met in the United Methodist Church, 201 E Broadway Thursday, Jan. 30, for their weekly weigh-in and meeting. Susan led us roll call, 28 members weighed in today and we had a net gain of 5.2 lbs. Best loser of the week was Melissa with

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GO CHIEFS

GO CHIEFS – Sean Cook and his 130 lb. eight month old Great Dane, Cosmo, showed their support for the Kansas City Chiefs at the grass roots level with this emblem Sean painted at the entrance to the mobile home park on East Fields. You may still be able to see it and a twin

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Search and Rescue–A Tale of Two Families

Dog’s Nation has been providing a monthly Public Service Announcement for this newpaper. Last month we focused on the challenges of the holidays for families with a member diagnosed on the autism spectrum. This month’s PSA will explain further why families with children on the spectrum face environmental dangers. The story we share with you

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Remove email address

Please remove this email account cedar@sos.mo.gov from future correspondences.  This account is provided by the state and is limited on storage space.  It is no longer checked daily due to its limited use.  If you are sending to the county clerk, please send to clerk@cedarcountymo.gov and if you sending to the commissioners, please send to

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Resurfacing projects scheduled to begin week of Feb. 3

 Drivers can expect one-lane traffic during daytime hours and occasional traffic delays when a project to resurface several state routes in Benton, Cedar, St. Clair and Vernon counties starts the week of Feb. 3, the Missouri Department of Transportation said. Drivers can expect flaggers directing them through the work zones. Crews and equipment will be

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