The El Dorado Springs Office of the Missouri Department of Conservation is looking for old photos of any of the prairie ground in this vicinity. This would include Cedar, St. Clair and Vernon Counties. If you have any and could bring them by the office, we can scan them and you can have them right
Notice is hereby given that the Cedar County Commission will conduct a meeting from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016, in room 5 of the Cedar County Courthouse. The tentative agenda of this meeting includes: 9 a.m.Assessor, Chad Pyle for Weekly Court Orders Road & Bridge Supervisor D.J. Ford. 1 p.m.
Tickets are now on sale for “Murder at the Opera House,” an Inter-active Comedy Dinner Theater at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 13. The new event, sponsored by the Opera House Arts Council, will be held at the Arts Council Building at the corner of Main and East Spring in El Dorado Springs.(The former Foundation
A class on infant massage specifically for children ages birth to two years will be offered at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 8, in the El Dorado Springs R-2 Elementary Library. Expectant parents are also encouraged to attend. Sheryl Swopes, massage therapist from Oasis Day Spa, will conduct the class, which is being sponsored by
Discover More on Rt. 54 is hosting the 2nd annual 100-mile yard sale that will be coming up on Labor Day weekend, September 3rd-5th. This will cover communities along U.S. Hwy 54 from Nevada to Camdenton. The host locations are for sellers living away from Hwy 54 that wish to participate over Labor Day weekend.
R-II Board to put no increase bond on ballot During its Thursday, Aug. 18, meeting, the Dorado Springs School Board voted to put $5.6 million bond issue on the Nov. ballot with no increase in the current 54¢ levy. The ballot language the board approved is: Shall the El Dorado Springs R-2 School District, Cedar
BACKPACK BUDDIES – Opening day dress code seemed to be backpacks as this group of young men headed for their High School classes Wednesday morning at the El Dorado Springs High School.
Someone who bought a Lucky for Life ticket for the Aug. 21, 2016, drawing in El Dorado Springs has won $25,000 a year for life. One ticket sold at S & B Liquors, 3320 East Hwy. 54, matched all five white-ball numbers drawn last night to win the game’s second-level prize. The winning numbers are:
At its Aug. 18 tax levy hearing, the El Dorado Springs R-II Board set the tax levy at a total of $3.7266 per $100 assessed valuation. The operating levy is $3.1866. The debt service levy is 54¢.
The El Dorado Springs City Council set the tax levy for El Dorado Springs at $1.0342 with a projected tax revenue of $323,500. It was approved by all councilmen present – Mayor Brad True, Jim Luster, Nick Bland and Randy Bland. Councilman Jerry Baldwin was absent. City Manager Bruce Rogers and City Clerk Lisa Allison