Editor: Who would ever have thought that the United States of America would be part of a courty where: 1. A father could take his daughter to an abortion clinic for an abortion but could not take her to church. 2. A mother could take her son to a liquor store but could not take
Editor: When we came home from Bolivar last Tuesday we Stopped in Stockton to get our car license and our friend needed to renew his Drivers License. In the line at that time were about 8 people. 4 of us were from El Dorado Springs. We like that license bureau. . We stopped to eat
Editor: I am not sure how many inquiring minds will read this, but am compelled to weigh in regarding the upcoming property assessment ballot initiative pertaining to Cedar County Memorial Hospital (CCMH). My name is Craig Wamsley; I serve on the medical staff at the hospital, and have been employed for the past 14
Editor: Before I moved to Cedar County 19 years ago, my first question was “Is there a hospital?” Will that be a question that incoming industries and businesses will ask? I have been to many hospitals over the USA and, due to my health issues, I have probably had access to every department in CCMH.
Editor: My husband, Harold Wray Wilson, recently experienced severe adnominal pain that came on quite rapidly. I drove him to Cedar County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) as quickly as possible. I called ahead, and the Hospital staff was there to meet me at the Emergency Department. Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, I did not try
Editor: I wanted to write a letter to the editor in support of the Cedar County Memorial Hospital property levy initiative for quite some time, but I am admit writing is not my forte. However, my husband, Bob, who many may know is an avid reader and collector of books, recently happened upon an article
Editor: My husband and I retired to this area (El Dorado Springs) from Kansas City six years ago. We have need for a myriad of medical services for the chronic health conditions from which my husband suffers. We found that Cedar County Memorial Hospital had an extended list of services including Senior Life Solutions; a
Editor: I am writing to express my heartfelt support for Cedar County Memorial Hospital, its leadership, co-workers, RNs and Medical Staff. I strongly urge all citizens of Cedar County to support their local hospital, and vote “YES” on the upcoming tax levy for the hospital. Cedar County Memorial Hospital is a vital, essential, life-saving facility.
Editor: We all have a lot to look back on and be thankful for as we remember the loved ones we have lost. Sorrow can still be there, but be thankful for the time you had with them. They had a part in your life’s plan. They have helped make you what you are today.
Editor, After reading many pro and con comments regarding the proposed hospital tax increase, I feel like making a personal statement. First let me say that while my wife and I reside in Barton County we do pay some property tax in Cedar County. There are only so many medical training programs (nursing, lab, x-ray,