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Unfit for occupancy

SLOWLY AND STEADILY –  118 West Lafayette has become one of approximately 80 houses that the City of El Dorado Springs has torn down since 1997. City Manager Bruce Rogers says that the process is long and complicated to condem and demolish a property, sometimes taking more than a year.

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Entertainers wanted

The El Dorado Springs Picnic Committee would like to invite local entertainers to apply for the scheduled openings for the Picnic.  The picnic will be July 22-24.  Openings are approximately 30 minutes.  The picnic committee will make the final decision of time allotment, depending on the schedule.  We are so looking for a band to

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Picnic booth space available

2021 booth space applications were mailed or emailed all past vendors.  If you still need an application, please contact Judi, 417-876-2691 or City Hall, 417-876-2521 and we will gladly get one to you.  We sell approximately 1,000 feet of space each year lining Main Street and Spring Street with vendors (local and commercial, out of

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Easter Egg Hunts

Cedar County Memorial Hospital Wednesday, March 31 @ 5pm 1401 S. Park El Dorado Springs Optimist Club Saturday, April 3 Egg Hunt in City Park (after pancake breakfast in Community Center)

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Bulldog wrestler brings home state runner-up title

TREY GRAVES MAKES BULLDOG HISTORY- Trey Graves, 195 pound senior at Eldo High School brought home the 1st medal in school history Wednesday, March 12 at the Missouri State Wrestling Tournament. Trey started his season winning the Lone Jack Tournament in December.  After a very tough match with a class 2 wrestler Trey brought home

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Like a breath of fresh air

CCMH Easter Egg Hunt on (hopefully) At the monthly meeting of the Cedar County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees, the board decided to have their Annual Easter Egg Hunt. According to Marketing Coordinator Jeanne Hoagland, the event will be at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 31. The Cedar County Commissioners met with the Board to

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Texas storm hits El Dorado Springs

During the El Dorado Springs City Council meeting on Monday, March 15, City Manager Bruce Rogers said El Dorado Springs was affected by the storm that hit Texas last month. The energy pool of 31 cities that El Dorado Springs belongs to purchased $21,000,000 in additional energy for their customers. El Dorado Springs’ share is

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Cedar Co. COVID-19 stats for March 15

Reported cases since beginning of COVID-19 pandemic (1116) Active COVID-19 cases (1) Total # of cases requiring hospitalization Current # of hospitalized cases # of deaths (17 confirmed PCR, 5 by antifen) Total Cedar County Test Count (total of negative line list + # positive cases) Negative Cedar County Test Count (14,399 on March 14)

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COVID-19 a year later

A year ago we talked to four people in El Dorado About the Pandemic and how it was effecting them and the businesses they associated with. We have revisited them. Paula Gibbs – Manager El Dorado Springs Woods Supermarket. “Things have gotten better. There are still outages. There are still things we don’t get every

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Lady Bulldogs win district title

LADY BULLDOGS WIN AGAINST NOTRE DAME – The Lady Bulldogs competed in the district tournament last week.  They hosted Pleasant Hill in the semi-final round on Monday night.  The game started out close as the Lady Bulldogs found themselves in foul trouble.  In the second half, the Lady Bulldogs were able to pull away with

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