BETTER ACCES ON MAIN – MoDOT is working on Main Street in El Dorado Springs, upgrading all handicapper accessible ramps to the current ADA standards. Work will continue through January.
Cedar County Clerk, Heather York, wishes to remind everyone that the last day to file as a candidate for the April 6, 2021 General Municipal Election is Tuesday January 19, 2021 at 5 p.m. Anyone interested in filing for a position on the Cedar County Ambulance Board District #2 and #5, Cedar County Memorial Hospital
Local author Jackie Cargill will have a book signing this Saturday, Jan 16, from 2 – 4 p.m. at the El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce office at the corner of Hwys. 54 and 32 in El Dorado Springs. She will sign her new book, Heart of the Ozarks.
The Olympia Rural Fire Department will hold their annual Chili Feed from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 16. At the Fires Station (10 miles south of El Dorado Springs, on Hwy 97.) for $7 for 12 and up and $4 for kid 5 – 11 you can get all you can eat
Nature made Gardens Herb Shop has planned an open house and grand opening between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Saturday Jan. 16. There will be free kettle corn, hot spiced apple cider and drawings for gift cards. The shop, owned by Angela Kenney, is located at 200 W. Hwy. 54, Suite 3, in El
Reported cases since beginning of COVID-19 pandemic (927) Active COVID-19 cases (52) Total # of cases requiring hospitalization Current # of hospitalized cases # of deaths (13) Total Cedar County Test Count (total of negative line list + # positive cases) Negative Cedar County Test Count (9173) 1/10/21 Positive Cedar County Test Count (927)
ECS CROWNS COURTWARMING KING AND QUEEN – Juliet Kama, daughter of Krystal and Andy Wyant and Chad Murray, son of Rachel and Craig Murray became the El Dorado Christian Courtwarming Queen and King on Friday. Jan 8. Princess was Emersyn Johnson, daughter of Karen and Craig Johnson. Prince Asher Daniel, son of Darla and Chad
Governor Mike Parson announced over $68 million in Federal Budget Stabilization Fund appropriations for infrastructure and capital improvement projects at Missouri’s public universities and State Technical College of Missouri. Releasing these funds will help address major repairs and restore campus buildings to maintain a safe environment. “Public universities play a major role in their local
SEASONAL BEAUTY – Decorations of snow and ice compliment the winter’s bare branches on El Dorado Springs City streets. Would have been nice for Christmas.
The first El Dorado Springs City Council meeting of the New Year began the process of hearing how various departments in the city finished the year. Councilmen Brett Entrikin, Jim Luster, Cory Gayman and Mayor Nathan Murrell were present along with City Clerk Kandi Baldwin and City Manager Bruce Rogers. Councilman Nick Bland was absent.