MAKING REARRANGEMENTS – Hospital CEO Terry Nichols took hospital board attendees on a tour of the CCMH facility during the Hospital Board meeting on Wed., Jan. 18.
During the Cedar County Memorial Hospital Board meeting on Wed. Jan. 18, Hospital CEO Terry Nichols took board members and other attendees on a walk through the hospital to explain his idea about how certain things could be changed for efficiency. The Hospital Board of Trustees usually meets in the classroom. On this particular meeting
CCMH Marketing Specialist, Jeanne Hoagland stopped by the El Do R-2 School last week to drop off donations from our recent Coat Drive for Cedar County schools — and caught a quick pic with School Nurses – Johnna Boch, RN and Mary Eason, LPN – who keep up with who might need an extra “warm
On Tuesday, Jan. 24, 69 McDonald’s Restaurants in the Ozarks will begin encouraging customers to support Springfield’s two Ronald McDonald Houses by donating $1, $5 or $20 and adopting a heart. With every heart adopted, the contributor will have an opportunity to enter a social media contest holding their signed heart with the message “I
A winter storm is expected to bring snow to much of Missouri beginning Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, affecting Wednesday morning’s commute. Snowfall amounts up to 4 inches have been forecasted for the north and central part of the state with 5 to 9 inches possible south of Interstate 44. The Missouri Department of
The El Dorado Springs Community Foundation is pleased to announce grant recipients for 2022. We appreciate the many worthy grant requests received this year. The list below represents the projects receiving grant funds. $12,000 was awarded to the following applicants: • $8,700 to the El Dorado Springs RII School District • $1,500 to
El Dorado Springs holds the distinction of having the first swimming pool in our four county area. It was made possible by three St. Louis school teachers—Miss Lucile Ketchum, Miss Lillian Parks and Miss Majors—who came to El Dorado Springs in 1913 for a vacation. They liked the place and decided to move here. They
The El Dorado Springs City Council voted on an ordinance imposing a city sales tax for local Parks in El Dorado Springs, MO, and providing for such an ordinance to be submitted to the qualified voters of the city. All council members were present: Glenda Baker, Jim Luster, Gabby Kinnett, Nathan Murrell and Mayor Cory
Lucille Tschanz, Community Springs resident celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday, Jan 12. She was greeted by balloons, family and friends and a cake decorated with flowers and cats.
Veterans and First Responders are invited to an appreciation breakfast, 7 – 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan 21, at the corner of First and Pine Streets. Pancakes, biscuits & gravy, scrambled eggs, sausage, milk, juice and coffee are on the menu. VFW Service officer present.