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CCAD wants to build new Stockton barn

Two building experts were at the Monday, Feb. 20, Cedar County Ambulance Board meeting to discuss the possibility of the district building a new ambulance barn. Board Chairman John Wilson had evidently gotten in contact with Chillicothe based Ken Mata, Morton Buildings, and Lyle Prior, Municipal Development and Bonds, to make presentations about a design/build

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Possible legal issues with CCMH offer to ambulance board

While the Monday, Feb. 20, CCAD meeting was proceeding smoothly, most people in the room were not aware that Drew Alexander, Directr of Nursing for Cedar County Memorial Hospital, had give the board a letter that night offering space for an ambulance barn in the hospital’s Stockton facility. Jan. 16, 2017 Cedar County Amulance District

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MDC offers guided prairie chicken viewing at Wah’Kon-Tah

Male prairie chickens are showoffs in spring. They do a foot-stomping strut and make a booming sound to impress females as courtship occurs on hilltops. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer the public a chance to view prairie chickens on a lek, or booming ground, at Wah’Kon-Tah Prairie 6 to 9 a.m. on

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Steer weigh-in

Land-O-Lakes Youth Fair market steer and market heifer weigh-in/registration will be from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26 at the El Dorado Springs Sale Barn. For more information, call 876-8811 or 876-1109.

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Deadline to Register

The deadline to register for the Municipal Election is March 8, 2017. If you are NOT registered, now is the time. Just bring with you something that proves you live in Cedar County. The County Clerk’s office will be open until 5 p.m. on that day for your convenience. If you have missed voting in

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Invest 2 Hours, make Wonder City wonderful

We’re cleaning up El Dorado Springs and need YOUR help. The Spring City Clean Team Committee set the date for the second annual “Clean-Up El Do” campaign to coincide with Earth Day on Saturday, April 22. Organize your own Spring City Clean Team. Volunteer team’s work averages just 2-3 hours, but makes a huge difference

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Area private pesticide applicator trainings set

Ag producers who apply restricted-use pesticides must be certified as a private applicator.  Certification is good for five years and then producers must re-certify by attending a certification training. Certification trainings will be offered as listed below: Feb. 20 at 2 p.m.   Call 417-448-2560 to register. Fairgrounds Diner, Centennial Blvd., Nevada. Feb. 24 at

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Automatically Elected for April 4, 2017 Municipal Election

Memorial Hospital Board, one position, five year term – Julia Phillips. Village of Umberview Heights Trustees, three positions, two year terms – Arthur Thomas Hansen II, Doug Hedrick and Diana Koontz. Chapel Hills Fire District, two positions, six year terms – Jim Allison and Leonard Hopkins. Special Road District Commissioner Bear Creek – Rick W.

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Community’s help needed Bulldog Band to get new uniforms

The El Dorado Springs Bulldog Band is very excited to announce that the Board of Education approved the Proposal of New Uniforms at their Thursday night, Feb. 9, meeting.  Band Director Jordan K. White was joined by Caleb Alexander, Cody Rutledge, Matthew Reddick and Alex Posey to present the current uniforms and new uniform concept

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School board agrees to new band uniforms

During a Thursday, Feb. 9, school board meeting considering a variety of topics, the El Dorado Springs R-II School board voted to help purchase 50 new uniforms for the Bulldog Band. The presentation was made by the Band Director Jordan White. He showed the board one of the old uniforms that have been used for

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