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(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – Last Tuesday during a press conference at the State Capitol, Governor Mike Parson announced he has issued Executive Order 24-01, which bans individuals and businesses from nations designated as foreign adversaries from purchasing agricultural land within a 10-mile radius of critical military facilities in the State of Missouri. more
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – Last Tuesday during a press conference at the State Capitol, Governor Mike Parson announced he has issued Executive Order 24-01, which bans individuals and businesses from nations designated as foreign adversaries from purchasing agricultural land within a 10-mile radius of critical military facilities in the State of Missouri. more
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – For the month of December 2023, Governor Mike Parson granted 29 pardons pursuant to Article IV, Section 7 of the Constitution of the State of Missouri. Official documents have been filed with the appropriate government agencies and have been sent to the individuals. Families have been or are in the process of being notified. more
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – For the month of December 2023, Governor Mike Parson granted 29 pardons pursuant to Article IV, Section 7 of the Constitution of the State of Missouri. Official documents have been filed with the appropriate government agencies and have been sent to the individuals. Families have been or are in the process of being notified. more
Last Tuesday, the Stockton Tigers opened the 2024 portion of their basketball schedule, hosting the Marionville Comets. Due to ongoing upgrades at Stockton High School, the game was moved to Stockton Middle School, the home of the Tigers from 1966 to 2008. With a touch of nostalgia in the air, the game was the Southwest Conference opener for both teams. The Comets and Tigers were coming off of losses, hoping to start the new year on the right foot. more
Last Tuesday, the Stockton Tigers opened the 2024 portion of their basketball schedule, hosting the Marionville Comets. Due to ongoing upgrades at Stockton High School, the game was moved to Stockton Middle School, the home of the Tigers from 1966 to 2008. With a touch of nostalgia in the air, the game was the Southwest Conference opener for both teams. The Comets and Tigers were coming off of losses, hoping to start the new year on the right foot. more
Last week, the Lady Tigers opened the new year with a road trip to Lamar. Even with districts over a month away, the outcome of the game had the potential to have an impact on district rankings. Although they reside in a different district, Adrian was a common opponent of both Lamar and Stockton. Lamar had defeated Adrian in December but Adrian had knocked off Stockton earlier in the season. With Adrian as a common opponent, the Lady Tigers needed the victory, hoping to leapfrog Lamar when district rankings are made in February. Adding to Stockton’s concern, starter Kila Burchett was injured and unable to play. more
Last week, the Lady Tigers opened the new year with a road trip to Lamar. Even with districts over a month away, the outcome of the game had the potential to have an impact on district rankings. Although they reside in a different district, Adrian was a common opponent of both Lamar and Stockton. Lamar had defeated Adrian in December but Adrian had knocked off Stockton earlier in the season. With Adrian as a common opponent, the Lady Tigers needed the victory, hoping to leapfrog Lamar when district rankings are made in February. Adding to Stockton’s concern, starter Kila Burchett was injured and unable to play. more
January 15, 2024, marks the fifty-seventh anniversary of the first Super Bowl. Though it would be two more years before the name "Super Bowl" was used to characterize the game, what's now referred to as "Super Bowl I" was a competition between the Kansas City Chiefs of the American Football League (AFL) and the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL). Back then the game was referred to as the AFL-NFL World Championship Game, which most fans would agree does not have the same ring to it as "Super Bowl." The game was competitive in the first half, and the score was 14-10 in favor of Green Bay at halftime. But the Packers blanked the Chiefs in the second half, and the final score was 35-10 in favor of Green Bay. In a testament to just how different things were in 1967, two networks, NBC and CBS, were allowed to broadcast the game, each using their own announcers. Also noteworthy is the game was not a sellout, marking the only time that has happened in Super Bowl history. more
January 15, 2024, marks the fifty-seventh anniversary of the first Super Bowl. Though it would be two more years before the name "Super Bowl" was used to characterize the game, what's now referred to as "Super Bowl I" was a competition between the Kansas City Chiefs of the American Football League (AFL) and the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL). Back then the game was referred to as the AFL-NFL World Championship Game, which most fans would agree does not have the same ring to it as "Super Bowl." The game was competitive in the first half, and the score was 14-10 in favor of Green Bay at halftime. But the Packers blanked the Chiefs in the second half, and the final score was 35-10 in favor of Green Bay. In a testament to just how different things were in 1967, two networks, NBC and CBS, were allowed to broadcast the game, each using their own announcers. Also noteworthy is the game was not a sellout, marking the only time that has happened in Super Bowl history. more
Wednesday, Jan. 10: 48-26, Sunny more
Following the presentation of the April 4 election results by city clerk Kandi Baldwin, Alan Hicks was sworn in for a one-year term on the El Dorado Springs city council. Also sworn in were Gabby Kinnett for a second term of three years and Nathan Murrell, former council member, for a three-year term. The council then appointed Cory Gayman, current mayor, as mayor for another term and Murrell as mayor pro tem. The meeting was held Monday night at the community center. more
Get ready for the annual Electronics and Appliance recycling drive held at the Stockton United more
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“For the past 30 years Agape Boarding School has provided over 6,000 boys with an opportunity to get their life back on track and toward a bright future. Agape has made the decision to stop … more
Cedar County Republican newspaper's general manager Melanie Chance will leave the newspaper on May 5 to become a marketing director for JCG. Chance, from Fair Play, has worked for CCR for four years, the last two as general manager. However, readers will hear from Melanie as a contracted columnist of Chance's Chatter, and she will be covering some larger events. The transition has been in the making since February, when Gayman discussed a new position in the company as marketing director. When Chance finally decided, she gave Deanna Moore, publisher, and Phillips Media a seven-week notice. Since her decision, she has been doing small tasks toward her marketing position while serving as the paper's GM. more
Three people from El Dorado Springs have been charged with felony child abuse crimes after the alleged abuse was hotlined to authorities by somebody in the El Dorado Springs R-2 School … more
  The dentist’s favorite holiday is almost here. Halloween will sweepy the area soon, with plenty of fall-themed events and festivities for all to enjoy.   Stockton Assembly … more
The Cedar County Republican is excited to announce the spooky winner of our October photo contest, an anonymous goblin. Congratulations, anonymous goblin! The goblin captured this shot of two … more
October is National Adopt a Shelter Dog month. Polk County Humane Society (PCHS) has had several dogs and cats adopted lately, in part to Izzy Hindman’s Pet Spotlight of the week.  Look … more
The Stockton Board of Aldermen approved the purchase of a fire/rescue boat, discussed SACC Halloween plans, and reviewed several policy changes at Monday night's regularly scheduled meeting. The … more
The Black Walnut Harvest is here! Around two weeks ago, over 180 hulling stations throughout Missouri and 12 other Midwestern states open to buy freshly-fallen Black Walnuts harvested by hand from … more
Located just 8 miles outside of Stockton where Washington Avenue and the Sac River meet lies Caplinger Mills. Full of historical significance, Caplinger Mills Historic District was listed on the … more
A preliminary hearing for the Missouri Attorney General’s second petition to shut down Agape Boarding School and remove its students to safety is scheduled to take place Thursday, Oct. 13, in … more
Marvin Manring, local Democrat candidate for House District 127, woke up at 4:30 a.m. in his Stockton, Missouri, home Thursday, Sept 29. In the cold dark of the harvest morning, he fitted on a suit, … more
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