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Just Say No assembly

DRUG DOG, BATMAN, POLICE CHIEF – On Friday, El Dorado Springs 4th, 5th and 6th grade students participated in a Just Say No assembly with El Dorado Springs Police Chief Jerrod Schiereck as emcee accompanied by his partner, St. Clair County Deputy Lee Hilty, and his drug dog, Havic, who demonstrated his drug finding abilities

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Time to dig in the dirt

NEW TREE AT THE HOSPITAL – The Iris Belles Garden Club planted an ornamental Cleveland Pear on the south side of the Cedar County Memorial Hospital on Monday, April 10. Beverly Janes, Vicki Golubski and Virginia Sprouse, with the help of hospital buildings and grounds, got it safely in the ground.

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Genealogical Society to hear about Orphan Train

The Cedar & Vernon County Genealogical Society will meet at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, April 18, in the John Smith Library in El Dorado Springs. Kathy Dains will speak about the “Orphan Train”, a train that brought abused, neglected or abandoned children from New York and Boston to the farming communities of the Midwest. Cheap fares,

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Main Street Magic

IN THEIR DOWNTOWN DUDS – King Roy Hooper, Queen Kinlee Ihde and Jester Paul Stiers reigned over the 2017 El Dorado Springs R-II Prom which was held on Saturday, April 8, in a venue across from the Park.

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Good job!

CCMH SENIOR LIFE SOLUTIONS RECEIVES PROGRAM OF THE YEAR AWARD -Cedar County Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce that our Senior Life Solutions program has been awarded Program of the Year. The Senior Life Solutions program at Cedar County Memorial Hospital is one of more than 40 programs located in the United States. Senior Life

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El Dorado Springs Chamber Director addresses legislators

Last Monday afternoon El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jackson Tough visited Jefferson City to address the Missouri Legislative Rural Economic Development Caucus. State Representative Warren Love who invited Tough said “our legislators wanted to gain perspective on the status of rural economic development, better understand the functions of our rural chambers of

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Council moves forward on Solar Farm, substation

At the Monday, April 3, El Dorado Springs City Council meeting City Manager Bruce Rogers said that MC Power Company plans to purchase 20 acres at $5,000 per acre from the city to build a solar panel farm to sell power to MOPEP. El Dorado Springs and 34 other cities are part of a buying

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Cedar County earns Certified Work Ready status

Last Wednesday, March 22, the acting director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development Mike Downing announced that Cedar County had achieved official designation as a Certified Work Ready Community (CWRC.) Downing said, “By becoming a Certified Work Ready Community, Cedar County will be able to validate the quality of its workforce to the current

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Ready to work

CERTIFIED – Cedar County received its own certificate for being a certified Work Ready Community on Wednesday, May 22, at a ceremony at the Cedar County Memorial Hospital in El Dorado Springs. CWRC status makes communities more attractive to businesses because it offers a feedback loop for what’s needed by different players in the dynamic

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Bulky trash, spring leaf pick up

The date for the residential spring leaf pick up in El Dorado Springs will be the week of April 17-21 and bulky trash pick up will be the week of April 24-28. Place the bulky items and/or bags of leaves out the night before or by 4 a.m. the same day as your regular trash

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