June $1,000 Missouri Lottery Scratchers winners were Kim Palmer and William Reeder, both from El Dorado Springs.
It’s not cool to be hot, says University of Missouri Extension health and safety specialist Karen Funkenbusch. Water, rest and shade help workers beat the heat. During heat waves, farmers and ranchers face increased risk of heat-related illness, which in severe cases can be fatal if untreated. It takes new workers time to adjust to
Herriman Chapel 15th annual camp meeting, Holiness Church Aug.19, 1942 Gary Murrell, pastor of Herrriman Chapel and a member of the Herriman Chapel Camp Meeting Board, announces the upcoming 2016 Herriman Chapel Camp Meeting. This year’s camp is scheduled for Sunday, July 31 through Sunday, Aug. 7. Eighty-nine years ago, in the spring of 1927,
1. Who are you? My name is Dean “Leon” Dwerlkotte. I am your current Cedar County Sheriff. I am a 1972 Stockton graduate. I served 8 1⁄2 years in the US Army, and am a Vietnam Era Veteran. I have been married to my wife, Jan (Cargill) for 33 years, and we have a son,
American Legion Post #233 would like to thank Bob Leeper for donating half of his winnings from the drawing at the El Dorado Springs Picnic to the American Legion. Commander Roger Schiereck
Iris Belles Federated Garden Club awarded yard of the month to Tom aka Honey Bunny and Lisa Phillips who seven yers ago moved to 808 S. Main St. Tom is a truck drivers and Lisa works for KESM. Honey Bunny spends many hours gardening when he is home on the weekend. Lisa waters during the
The University of Missouri Press has produced the printed version of the 2015–2016 edition of the Official Manual of the State of Missouri, commonly known as the “Blue Book” for its typically blue color. Now available, the Official Manual is the most comprehensive source of information about state employees, as well as the organizations, committees,
by Travis Farran Run for a Reason, the annual family event held in El Dorado Springs for the 9th year, was established to promote awareness, advance treatments and support research involving childhood cancer through St. Jude and at the same time promote health and fitness in the El Dorado Springs Community. Over 300 participated in
HULA HOOP – Age 5 and under: first place – Maci Walter; second place – Ryllie Perkins; third place – Taegen Robb HULA HOOP – Age 6 – 8: first place – Booke Coale; second place – Zane Spencer; third place – Mckenna Robison HULA HOOP – Age 9 – 11: first place – Emma Edmonds; second place
Saturday night, Home Town Honey Kamber Cain brought her high energy performance to her hometown El Dorado Springs Picnic for a half hour of her non-stop songfest. At the end, she posed with the unpredictiable emcee of the Picnic, Ron Alumbaugh.