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Fidelity Invests $500,000 to upgrade El Dorado Springs network

Fidelity Communications, part of the Cable One family of brands,  will begin construction in mid-July on a $500,000 upgrade to its robust, fiber-rich network in El Dorado Springs. The project will further strengthen the reliability of Fidelity’s high-speed internet service, while also preparing for the future connectivity needs of the El Dorado Springs community. “Fidelity

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Talent Show auditions

Live auditions have been completed for the 2021 talent show.  We will continue to accept videos to ELODOPICNICTALENTSHOW@GMAIL.COM until July 2.  You will be asked to perform the same song, dance or performance in the show as you have auditioned unless approved by the talent show coordinators. The talent show will be Friday, July 23,

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Be safe with fireworks this July 4th

Just a reminder to everyone, that the only time fireworks can be discharged, within the City Limits, is on the 4th of July, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. The possession of fireworks and use of fireworks on City Properties and in the City Parks are prohibited. Impeding traffic with fireworks use

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Hospital Board approves hazard/retention pay to employees

Special Board Meeting was held on Thursday, June 24, 2021, at 1:30 p.m. in the Hospital Classroom. Those attending were Michelle Leroux, President; David Bozarth, Board Member; Judy  Renn, Secretary/Treasurer; Marvin Manring, Vice-President (by phone); Bryan Breckenridge, Hospital Attorney (by phone); Jana Witt, CEO; Carla Gilbert, Director of Finance; Marie Mitchell, CNO-RN/MSN and Diana Pyle,

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MDC encourages people to discover red, white, and blue in nature

With the Fourth-of-July weekend coming up, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourage people to look for red, white, and blue in nature through a holiday hike, bird watching, backyard fun, fishing and other outdoor activities. MDC offers some suggestions to get started finding red, white, and blue in nature: Red Royal Catchfly Flowers, Red

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COVID_19 Vaccine Clinic

Cedar County Memorial Hospital will administer Johnson and Johnson single-dose Covid-19 vaccines free of charge from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, June 30, at the Cedar County Memorial Hospital. At this time, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is approved only for the 18 and older population.

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CCMH Business of the Year

HOSPITAL HONORED FOR EXCELLENCE – Last Friday evening at the annual El Dorado Springs Chamber of Commerce “Picnic in the Park” – Cedar County Memorial Hospital was awarded Business of the Year during the presentation of the “Excellence in El Dorado Springs” community awards. The hospital was recognized for their handling of the COVID-19 pandemic

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Hospital Board hears audit, discusses meeting time and day change

The Cedar County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees heard the presentation of FY 2021 Audit from their accounting firm CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, at their regular board meeting on Monday, June 21. Board members Michell Leroux. David Bozarth, Marvin Manring and Judy Ren where present as were attorney Brian Brackenridge, CNO Marie Mitchell, CFO Carla Gilbert, Secretary

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Tough luck – for us

HONORED FOR NINE YEARS OF DEDICATION –  Past and present executive board members and staff wished executive director Jackson Tough well and honored Jackson with a plaque for his service and dedication to the chamber organization and to the community. Tough said of the comments “It was one of the few times I was speechless.

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City Council hires Barnstormers for Street Dance

The El Dorado Springs City Council voted to hire Barnstormers for $600 for the Picnic’s Wednesday Night Street Dance. Council members Brett Entrikin, Jim Luster, Nick Bland and Mayor pro-tem Cory Gayman were present along with City Manager Bruce Rogers and City Clerk Kandi Baldwin. Mayor Nathan Murrell was absent. During the public forum, Terri

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