Sheriff Scott Keeler reported on Wednesday afternoon, June 8, Samantha Leonard, a 14-year-old female reported missing from her residence in Osceola, was located safe outside of Mound City, KS, in Linn County. Jamie Huff, 17, Osceola, was located with Leonard. He is a suspect in another St. Clair County investigation involving a stolen vehicle on
This Friday, June 17, treat yourself to fried, pasture raised chicken and noodles plus sides at the Fair Haven Park. The all you can eat meal begins at 4:30 p.m. and lasts until 7:30 p.m. This event is a fundraiser for the Stoney Creek School and payment is by donation only. For more information call
Shotgun and Lace, a Country/Rock trio made up of siblings Jordan, Joanna and Erika Coleman from Schell City, has been signed to perform Saturday, July 23, at the El Dorado Springs Picnic.
During the El Dorado Springs City Council meeting on Monday, June 6, several citizens took advantage of the public forum to vent their frustration over several issues. Virginia Davis voiced her concern about speeders in her neighborhood. She said they speed by her house on South Main and don’t stop at the sign at Main
The Sac Osage Electric annual meeting will be Tuesday, June 14. Registration of members – 5-6:30 p.m. Entertainment. Business Meeting Call to Order – 6:30 p.m. Children’s Prize Drawing Door Prizes – Grand Prizes – Large Flat Screen TV, Apple iPad, Garman GPS and others. Free Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Chips, Drinks and Schwann’s Ice Cream
The annual El Dorado Springs Sun Celebrate Freedom issue will publish on June 30. Please submit information and a picture of your active military family member by Friday, June 17. You can bring it by the office at 125 N. Main or e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
The El Dorado Springs Picnic Committee is still accepting applications for booths for the 135th annual El Dorado Springs Picnic to be held July 21, 22, 23 with set up Wednesday, July 20. Contact Judi at 417/876-2691 or El Dorado Springs City Hall at 417/876-2521.
Anyone who saw Lon Peruzzi’s trailer in Woody’s Mobile Home Park after the storm last Thursday evening blew a huge tree down on it would likely have to agree that (1) the Good Lord was looking out for him and (2) he is fortunate that James Edwards and Michael Owens heard him hollering for help.
FRIENDS IN DEED – Lon Peruzzi (center) and his dog, Skeeter, had two friends on Thursday, June 2, when they needed them. James Edwards (right) stopped out of curiosity in the driving rain, stuck his head into the demolished trailer and hollered. Lon answered. Michael Owens (left) stopped to help, crawled into the wreckage and
IT”S OFFICIAL – The community and Camp Galilee owners and personnel celebrated the camp’s new lease on life with an official El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting at 2:45 p.m. on Saturday, June 4, in front of the camp entrance. Visitors were encouraged to tour the facilities and enjoy an all-time camp favorite,