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A short time to get a lot done

SWORN IN – Allen Hicks, Logan Friar and Alvan Reasoner were sworn in before the regularly scheduled city council meeting on Monday, May 6. Hicks was sworn in for a three year term. His main concerns are small business and El Dorado’s homeless population.   Logan was appointed to the El Dorado Springs City Council

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Rezoning tabled until next meeting

After the pledge, roll call and the approval of the last city council meeting minutes and executive session minutes, the council began with the Public Forum. There were several citizens there and Jessica Dunn who lives on Tywman showed the council pictures of the high water that had been around her house during the last

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31st Annual Route 54 Cruisers Car Show

The Rt. 54 Cruisers 31th Annual Car Show will be held in Downtown El Dorado Springs on Saturday, May 11. We are hoping for a beautiful day filled with sunshine as cars gather from the 4-State area to share their love of cars and trucks. It will be a busy day with Registration from 8

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Downtown grocery coming?

   The El Dorado Springs Planning and Zoning Commission met on Thursday, April 25, to listen to public concerns about rezoning issues.   The first issue was a change from R-1 low density residential zoning district to B-3, Highway business zoning district for the property at 400 N. Main (formerly the Martin House which burned

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New Board Member

ALREADY SIGNED IN – New Cedar County Memorial Board Member Melissa Gallette read her oath of office at the CCMH Board meeting on April 23. She had already taken the oath of office before hospital notary Michaela Robertson on April 16.

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ElDo Alumni Association announces additional scholarship

The El Dorado Springs Alumni Association is excited to announce an additional scholarship. This scholarship will be for graduates of El Dorado Springs High School seeking to go back to school to improve themselves through additional studies. This is not for current High School graduates. The scholarship will be $1,000 paid to the learning institution.

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Fish Fry Fundraiser May 3

For a freewill donation you can enjoy fried fish, hush puppies, baked beans, coleslaw, fried potato wedges and homemade bread and butter at Fairhaven Park from 4 – 7:30 pm Friday, May 3.   The meal benefits Stoney Creek, Walnut and Shady Lawn Amish Schools.   There’s extra seating and two serving lines.   The

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Honored

CLEO AND BETTY WITT RECOGNIZED FOR YEARS OF SERVICE – Barry and Kathy Witt, representing the Witt family, received a commemorative plaque honoring Barry’s parents, Cleo and Betty, posthumously, for their years of community involvement. The honor, from the Missouri State House of Representatives was presented by State Representative Dane Diehl.

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Visionaries

AND PRESERVATIONISTS – It took about five months for the dedicated members of the El Dorado Christian School PTO to get ready for their spring banquet. The banquet’s main goal was to celebrate Christian Education. The theme: Preserve the Vision. Remembering our past. Forming our future.   (from left) PTO Leadership Team  Susan Lawson,  Christian

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Rain or Shine Cruisers are coming to town

Rt 54 Cruisers plan their 31st Annual Car Show on Saturday, May 11, in downtown El Dorado Springs – rain or shine. There will be dash plaques for the first 100 entries; each class will have top 5 and judges will be from out of town.   Best in show will receive a trophy, $200

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