On Friday, April 16, the Mo-Kan Square Dancers will hold a dance with Kenton Sullivan as caller. This will be held from 7:30 to 10 p.m. in the Home Ec/Dining Hall Building at the Vernon County Fairgrounds, Nevada. Admission is $5 per dancer. For more information, call the Eberts at 417-667-3069 or the Millers at
Citizens Memorial Hospital and Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation will hold a drive-thru spring hiring fair, Friday, April 9, 1-4 p.m., at Davis Pavilion near CMH Broadway Professional Building, 2001 W. Broadway St., Bolivar. Job seekers are encouraged to bring a copy of their resumes and will be asked to wear facemasks and follow directional
Missouri has ample opportunities to enjoy safe hunting—like spring turkey season, which runs from April 19-May 9 and includes a youth season April 10-11. No matter what your quarry, the most important aspect of any hunting trip is safety. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer a free virtual Basics of Safe Hunting program,
Greater prairie-chickens are links to Missouri’s once vast native grasslands, and though state endangered, they still dance and “boom” on Harrison County hilltops thanks to conservation partnerships. The males’ noble struts and stomps on hilltop leks to attract hens for mating will be offered via an online webcam this spring. Prairie-chicken conservation is a partnership
Registration is open for the Saturday, June 26, Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation’s Heroes for Hospice 5K/10K Run presented by Craig Lehman-Shelter Insurance. The race begins at 8:30 a.m. and will be electronically timed for accuracy. Both courses will begin in front of the CMH Community Rooms and will conclude with a loop around Dunnegan
The Mo-Kan Square Dancers are re-opening their dances. The next dance will be held on Friday, April 2, from 7:30 to 10 p.m. with Jay Wright calling. This will be held in the Home Ec Building/Dining Hall at the Vernon County Fairgrounds, Nevada. Admission is $5 per dancer. All dancers and interested persons are invited
Due to virus incident rates at zero in the El Dorado Springs R-2 School District and Cedar County, the mask mandate for all students PreK-12 in the El Dorado Springs School District is suspended, beginning on Wednesday March 24. Masks are still required for all those on school buses, due to a federal mandate.
All former employees of Nelly Don, Junior House and J.H. Collectables are invited to a Dutch treat breakfast at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 4, at the 54 Cafe in Nevada.
El Dorado Christian High School students and their dates will be at the Park in downtown El Dorado Springs for pictures, prior to their Spring Formal at Camp Galilee. The Promenade is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. on Thursday evening April 8. The students will leave the Park at 5:10.
There will be a meeting concerning the Coal Hill Cemetery at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 11th. All who are interested in the cemetery are encouraged to attend. The meeting (to take care of some business) will take place in the Coal Hill Church building across from the cemetery. Linda Perrodin Secretary/Treasurer